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1663 Jackson Hollow Road, Burkesville , Kentucky 42717 - Cumberland County
$499,000 9 Acres
5 beds 5 Bathrooms, 1 ½ Bathroom 5024 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 3049716


Located at 1663 Jackson Hollow Road in Cumberland County, Kentucky you will find a 5bd/3.5ba Country home with finished basement and an attached 24x30 ft garage sitting on 9.15 acres by survey located on the Cumberland River with approximately 492 feet of Cumberland river frontage. This property also offers a 40x96 ft warehouse/workshop with 28x40 ft of heated workshop/living area. The warehouse/workshop has one 16x10 ft and two 9x8 ft doors that would make boat storage or farm equipment a plus and offers concrete floors and 220 AMP service. This home has beautiful hardwood & tile floors, cultured marble shower, spacious rooms, Pella windows, solid surface counters, a marble pastry shelf, and many more extras you will need to see to believe. The land is 98% pasture land and has plenty of space for growing your own garden; starting your own cattle or horse farm. You will also enjoy the benefit of the Rainbow Trout and, Bass fishing from your back yard in the Cumberland River.


Follow Hwy 90 to Burkesville, cross over the Burkesville Bridge and make a left onto 61 South. Go about 1/2 mile and turn Left on Jackson Hollow Rd, home is 2 miles on the left, look for home and garage on the left.

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