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28.9 acres in Fayette County, Kentucky

3860 Lemons Mill Road, Lexington , Kentucky 40511 - Fayette County
$1,995,000 28.90 Acres
6 beds 7 Bathrooms 6882 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 3163331


Absolutely gorgeous custom built home located on 28.9 acres overlooking the Elkhorn Creek and within 7 miles of the Kentucky Horse Park! With over 6800 square feet, this home features an open floor plan with a spacious first floor master suite, formal living and dining rooms, large family room, a paneled study with fireplace, kitchen with granite countertops and breakfast area and a large screened porch across the back of the house with brick floors and vaulted ceilings. The second level offers 5 additional bedrooms and 4 full baths - one of which would be perfect for a guest or nanny suite! Other amenities include a 3 car attached garage, an electronic gated entry and a salt water pool that overlooks extensive landscaping with a wooded area along the banks of the Elkhorn Creek. If desired, there is room to build a barn, riding arena or additional improvements on the back portion of the land. Conveniently located in Fayette County within a 20 minute drive of downtown Lexington!


Newtown Pike away from town, right on Iron Works Pike, left on Mt. Horeb. Do NOT turn on Old Lemons Mill - keep going on Mt. Horeb and if you go straight it turns into Lemons Mill. Property on the left.

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