SOLDSold On: 6/27/2018 for $60,000This Property is No Longer Available
1111 Harrison AvenueCarrollton, KY 41008
1111 Harrison Avenue
Carrollton, KY 41008
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on Highland Ave/US-42 W/KY-36 at 3 way traffic light (Rite Aid on corner), Take the 2nd right onto Rowland Ave then turn right onto Harrison
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1111 Harrison Avenue Carrollton, KY 41008
This property has been painted, remodeled, and ready for new ownership. Has an in-ground pool. Buyer must verify school information. Property being sold as is with faults. VIEW of OH River from back yard! REO Property. Property Sold AS-IS W/O Repair, Warranty or Seller Disclosure. The Listing Broker & Seller assume no responsibility & make no guarantees, warranties o
NOTE: This property was sold on 6/27/2018 and is no longer available. The details listed below are believed accurate to the date of the sale and are subject to change.
|Basement Type:||Crawl, Partial|
|Heating:||Forced Air, Gas|
|Lot description:||.25 acres|
|School district:||Carroll County Public|
Carrollton, Kentucky is located about 60 miles south of Cincinnati and 60 miles north of Louisville. It sits at the confluence of the Kentucky River and Ohio River. The city’s population has held steady since the 1970s at just under 4,000 residents.
Carrollton was founded under the name Port William in 1792. It wasn’t until 1838, when Gallatin County split into two counties that Port William was renamed Carrollton as the county seat of the new Carroll County.
Carrollton lies between US 42 and Exit 44 of I-71.
Carroll County Memorial Hospital is located in Carrollton, Emergency Medical Service (EMS) is also available.
Downtown Carrollton has a wide variety of antique stores and small boutiques. The Butler Outlet Mall is located on Highway 227, which connects US 42 and I-71. Several other retailers and restaurants sit along Highway 227.
Boating and river sports are a big draw for the area. Carrollton is also home to General Butler State Resort Park, which offers a wide array of recreational activities including biking, camping, canoeing, fishing, hiking, golf, tennis and more.