5150 Rabbit Hash Rd
MLS# 460517
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5150 Rabbit Hash Rd

Land/Lot
$155,000
Union, KY 41091
 

Union, KY 41091

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Mt. Zion exit from I-75, go west on Route 536 to property. Approx 9.9 mi to property. Take driveway on the left when turning off Rabbit Hash.
5150 Rabbit Hash Rd Union, KY 41091
Land/Lot   $155,000

Just 10 minutes from US 42, this 10 Acres are 1/2 wooded and great for hunting! Includes a deer stand. Great site to build your dream home! Own a piece of history. Property includes Small Ryle family cemetery! List price is for land only. Agent can assist in locating builder. Approximately 915' of road frontage.

Features
County: Boone County
Acres: 10 Acres
LOT Acreage: 10 to 19 Acres
Lot description: 10 acres
School district: Boone County Public

Demographics
General
Zip code:41091
State:Kentucky
Population
Total:18,629
Male:9,384
Female:9,245
Median age:38
Income Per Capita:$87,755
Population Change:+4.29%
Pop Density Sq.Mi.:361
Environment
Annual precipitation:64.62
Temp Jan (avg):30.8
Temp July (avg):75.9
Air pollution index:208
Education
Education index:4
High school degree:3,162
College degree:5,741
Associates degree:1,088
Bachelors degree:3,077
Graduate degree:1,576
Household
Households:6,437
Households w/ children:2,923
Size (average):2.89
Net Worth (average):$708,228
Income Median 0-25:$47,500
Income Median 25-44:$80,016
Income Median 45-64:$96,172
Income Median 65+:$58,947
Income Change:+8%
Mortgage Debt Median:$149,288
Home Equity Median:$317,578
Miscellaneous
Work Travel (median):32 min
Dwelling Median Age:9
Dwellings Owned:5,706
Dwellings Rented:731
Dwellings Vacant:251
Airport(major):Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International

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Rabbit Hash

About Rabbit Hash

Introduction

The rural area of Boone County that is now known as Rabbit Hash was first settled around 1813, three years before its cross-river neighbor (Rising Sun) Indiana became a state. As steamboat travel and trade increased up and down the Ohio River, a ferry and general store were eventually opened on the banks of the Ohio River and a rivertown was born. Originally known as Carlton, for one of Boone County’s earliest settlers James Carlton, the town was asked by the postal service to change its name when increasing amounts of mail were getting mixed up with that of the nearby town of Carrollton. The name of Rabbit Hash came from a local man who proclaimed during the winter of 1847 that there should be plenty of rabbit hash to eat due to flooding forcing all lowland creatures to seek higher ground, creating an influx of rabbits in the area.

Summary

Rabbit Hash, KY consist of a 7-square mile area along the banks of the Ohio River approximately 20 miles southwest of Cincinnati. Home to just over 300 residents, Rabbit Hash welcomes thousands of visitors every year who seek out the nostalgia of The Rabbit Hash General Store and surrounding antiquities. The whimsically-named town is also known for their canine mayors. Rabbit Hash’s first mayor, elected in 1998, was a dog of unknown parentage by the name of Goofy Borneman-Calhoun. He has been succeeded in office by Junior Cochran (Labrador), Lucy Lou (Border Collie) and current Mayor Brynneth Pawltro (Pitbull).

Transportation

Rabbit Hash is most easily accessed via KY-18 via Burlington, KY or KY-536 via Union, KY. Interstate 71 is approximately 15 miles from Rabbit Hash. A ferry from Rising Sun, Indiana to Rabbit Hash was also recently approved by Boone County officials.

Hospitals

St. Elizabeth in Florence is approximately 17 miles northeast of Rabbit Hash.

Shopping

Rabbit Hash is home to the famed Rabbit Hash General Store. You can also find antiques and crafts at local shops. Additional shopping can be found in nearby Union, KY. Florence Mall Shopping district is approximately 16 miles northeast of Rabbit Hash.

Recreation

Any visit to Rabbit Hash should be considered recreation in itself, whether it is to hear a local band play or to sit along the banks to watch boats, barges, and time float by. Hiking, camping, fishing and other outdoor recreation opportunities can be found at nearby Big Bone Lick State Historic Site. There are several riverboat casinos along the Indiana banks of the Ohio River in Lawrenceburg, Rising Sun and Florence, Indiana.

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