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1860s rustic farm compound in Kentucky asks $385K

With various outbuildings for infinite uses

Farm compound with various outbuildings clad in red timber or made with logs.
Cabin Creek Farm was first built in 1863.
Photos via Bluegrass Team

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Location: Mount Sherman, Kentucky

Price: $385,000

Cabin Creek Farm was built in 1863 and retains all of the charm of yesteryear with its original two-story house, century-old log cabin, and tin-roofed workshop—all on over 27 acres of secluded land in the heart of Kentucky.

The main house features four bedrooms and two bathrooms, while the property has a total of 10 spread out over 3,200 square feet. An extension crafted with rough-hewn beams and a cathedral ceiling link the original home to the relocated (and restored) log cabin and holds a large, new kitchen, pantry, and master bedroom and bath.

Various outbuildings include a workshop, antique shop, and shed—all of which can be transformed into unlimited uses. An outdoor shower, porches, and, of course, the vast woods, private trails, ancient orchard, and gurgling brook provide the best in nature that the Bluegrass State has to offer. High-speed internet, daily express mail delivery, and all other modern amenities make this a rustic, yet convenient retreat.

Located at 634 Brushy Road in Mount Sherman, it’s asking $385,000.

Via: Old Houses, Bluegrass Team