1520 Lebanon Road
Crittenden, KY 41030
4
Bed
1
Bath
0.7
Acres
$182,000
MLS# 607725
Super nice FLAT lot and fabulous location for this 4 bedroom STICK BUILT ranch home. Gleeming hardwoods in living area and bedrooms. Mature trees, surround the yard. Concreted 16 x 16 shop with electric is attached by breezeway. Lovingly cared for since the 1960's. Has new shingles and some sheathing, new hot water heater. Minutes to I75 at Crittenden, Flat lot and plenty of parking space. Seller is offering 1 year home warranty through Choice Home Warranty for buyer peace of mind.

Directions to this Listing: Crittenden s to exit 166 , right on violet, left on lebanon, home on left, marked on mailbox

Information Refreshed: 11/07/2022 10:45 PM

Property Details
  • MLS#: 607725
  • Type: Single Family
  • Appliances:Dryer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Washer, Electric Cooktop
  • Architecture:Ranch
  • Construction:Aluminum Siding
  • Cooling:Central Air, Window Unit
  • Inside Features:Chandelier, Beam Ceiling, Laminate Counters, Ceiling Fan(s)
  • Lot Description:121x169x128 x 168
  • Parking:Driveway
  • School District:Grant County
  • Sewer:Septic
  • Water:Public
Rooms
  • Bedroom 1:13x11 (Level: First)
  • Bedroom 2:10x8 (Level: First)
  • Bedroom 3:12x10 (Level: First)
  • Bedroom 4:24x12 (Level: First)
  • Breakfast Room:11x7 (Level: First)
  • Dining Room:11x11 (Level: First)
  • Kitchen:11x11 (Level: First)
  • Living Room:13x13 (Level: First)
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This listing courtesy of Carol Jackson (859) 393-6282 , The Realty Place (859) 393-6282
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Located in the ‘heart of it all’ in the golden triangle of Cincinnati, Lexington and Louisville, the village of Crittenden sits in northeastern Grant County, just south of the borders of Boone and Kenton counties. The towns and villages here are known for their southern hospitality and beautiful surroundings, whatever the season. Established in 1831, the village was named for Kentucky statesman John J. Crittenden, a three-term senator, former Governor of Kentucky and two-time Attorney General of the U.S. 2400 residents call Crittenden home, enjoying the relaxation of life lived at a slower pace.

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