This ~32 acre property has a bit of everything. It has a unique combination of hay fields and woods, land above and below the cliff line, ridgetop and cliff edge views, explorable cliff face and a very nice waterfall that could be easily accessed from a cabin or home location. The property also has paved frontage on a beautiful dead end country road and direct access to both county water and electricity.
This property has about 7.5 acres of hayfield/pasture with some established fencing. It also has several excellent home or cabin sites. One could put a cabin near the top of the ridge for expansive views to the south or could choose a location within the wooded area to overlook the waterfalls or be nearer to the bald point on the cliff that overlooks the lower part of the property and the valley below. About half of the property is above and half below the cliff line. Can't decide between home or cabin? This would be perfect for one of each.
A medium-sized waterfall cascades into the gorge and the cliff line includes numerous caverns and rockhouses so, like most of our properties, there are many unique geological and natural features to explore with over 1/3 mile of boulders and caverns associated with the cliff line. Timber above the cliff line is mature with many large trees. Below the cliff line, the forest was most recently select cut about 20 years ago which makes for a really pretty and hikable forest with significant future timber value.
This property is less than 30 minutes to Morehead and only a little further to Cave Run Lake.
Asking for $109,500. Owner financing is available.
Above, Ray stands at the edge of the cliff overlooking the land and valley below on a snowy February day.
Below is a picture from the road looking at the hay field adjacent to the road.
Below, is a photo of the largest of the falls. The water here falls about 30 feet.
Below left, is a big rock in the valley floor. I am realizing that these photos need someone in them for scale. Here is my foot for scale on this tree.