For Sale

422.28 Acres

Elizabethtown, Hardin County
Kentucky
 
John Pawley, CCIM, GAA
270-234-6108
johnpawley@baumgardnerandassociates.com
 

About Walker Farms

Walker Farms features 422.28 beautiful rolling acres with a hillside boasting the most spectacular panoramic views in Hardin County,  approximately 205 tillable acres, 185 wooded acres with 3 natural springs and beautiful creeks winding throughout, a newly remodeled 2,300 sq. ft. ranch style home with full walkout basement situated in a park like setting,  a 60' X 60' clear span steel building, 80' x 75' pole barn and a 22,000 square foot aluminum greenhouse structure all located one mile from Elizabethtown city limits, 35 miles South of Louisville, 75 miles West of Lexington, and  75 miles North of Bowling Green with easy access to 3 major highway systems:  Interstate-65, Bluegrass Parkway and Western Kentucky Parkway

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The Land

  • 422.28 rolling acres with the most spectacular panoramic views in Hardin County

  • Located 1 mile from Elizabethtown city limits 

  • Approximately 205 tillable acres

  • Approximately 185  wooded acres

  • 3 natural springs

  • Beautiful creeks winding throughout 

  • Plentiful Wildlife

Walker Farms
View from the Hillside
View from the Hillside
View from the Hill
View from the Hillside
View from the Hillside
Park Like Setting
Deep Woods View
View from the Hillside
The Wooded Hilltop
View from Farmhouse Deck
Farm Picture Rainbow
Farm Picture Fall View of Woods on the H
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Farm Picture Cropping.2
Farm Picture Fall View for Hilltop
Farm Picture Cropping
Farm Picuture 2 Summer Deer
Farm Picture Turkey
Farm Picture Turkeys
Farm Picture September Mowing
Farm Picture Fall Deer
Farm Picture Deer in Yard
Harvest Time
Beautiful Creek Lined Woods
Beautiful Creeklined Woods
Beautiful Creeklined Woods
Farm Picture Deer in the Snow

The Farmhouse

2,300 Sq. Ft. Open Concept Ranch Home

Ground floor:  3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, En Suite with customized walk-In closet, great room open to large kitchen with all stainless appliances, granite counter tops, dining room, utility room, vaulted ceilings, tray ceilings. exquisite trim, extraordinary views from every window and large decks off kitchen, great room and En Suite to relax from while enjoying the serene setting  

Walk-out basement: Approximately 1,000 sq. ft. finished space to include 2 large bedrooms with walk-In closets, full kitchen, dining room and walk-in laundry closet.  Approximately 1,300 sq. ft. unfinished space available for large family room, game room, storage space, perfect for mother-in-law suite or rental unit

 

Farmhouse
Large Deck off Kitchen & Great Room
Farmhouse
Front Entry
Park Like Setting
Entry Foyer
Stairway to Lower Level
Stairway
Stairway
Stairway
Dining Room.2  Update July 2020
Great Room
Great Room
Great Room
Great Room
Great Room
Granite Island
Undermount Sink
Kitchen
Kitchen
Open Concept Kitchen/Great Room
Utility Room
Utility Room
Equisite Trim
Guest Bath
Guest Bath
Guest Bath
Home Office/Bedroom
Master Suite
Master Suite
Master Bath
Customized Master Walk-In Closet
Extraordinary View from Master Suite
Large Decks
Lower Level Full Kitchen
Lower Level Dining Room
Lower Level Bedroom 1
Lower Level Bedroom 2
Lower Level Full Bath
Lower Level Full Bath

Additional Structures

 80' x 75' Pole Barn, 60' x 60 Clear Span Steel Building and 22,300 Sq. Ft.Aluminum Greenhouse Structure

Pole Barn
Pole Barn
Pole Barn
Clear Span Steel Building
Clear Span Steel Building
Greenhouse Structure

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About Elizabethtown

There are plenty of good reasons why an Area Development Magazine national survey ranked the Elizabethtown MSA 5th out of the Top 20 Southern Cities for economic and job growth. Talent, businesses and industry are coming to our region because it’s a great place to be successful. But they’re staying because it’s also a great place to live.

Elizabethtown offers affordable housing, quality health care, mild weather, good schools, safe neighborhoods and, perhaps most importantly, friendly people. Folks who grew up in our area wouldn’t want to live anywhere else, and many who did move away soon return home. Most transplanted residents agree. Why? Because the region offers that sense of connected living that few other locations can match. Here, you’re part of a community, a place where there are no strangers. Neighborhoods are places where everybody is a friend, and where porch sitting and the sound of kids playing are the rule, not the exception. And if you’re looking for a traffic jam, good luck with that!

The relaxed pace of life means getting home from work after a short commute, and being able to spend quality time with friends and family. The low cost of living means having enough money at the end of the month to afford something special. And the many amenities, from sports, outdoor activities, social organizations, churches, dining, shopping and more means folks have plenty to do, if that’s their desire, during time away from work.

Whether you're watching your kids play at the new world-class Elizabethtown Sports Park, enjoying a great night out at one of our many casual and fine dining options, or experiencing one of the many community festivals or a performance at the great cultural arts venues, there's always something going on in Elizabethtown and Hardin County. Need more, just 35 miles North is America's 16th largest city, Louisville, Kentucky.

Here, quality of life is more than a cliché, it’s the real thing. And if you have any doubts, just come for a visit. One trip and you’ll begin to understand! Learn more about living in Elizabethtown here.

About

Hardin County

Hardin County along with neighboring Meade and LaRue counties make up the Elizabethtown-Fort Knox, Ky., Metropolitan Statistical Area, recently among the nations’ best for corporate facility investment, start-up growth rate, white collar job creation and a thriving manufacturing sector.

Manufacturing is concentrated primarily in Elizabethtown with about 80 manufacturing plants and supporting facilities employing more than 9,200 workers. Many industries manufacture components related to the automotive industry and key in on Hardin County’s central location relative to automobile assembly plants located throughout the Mid-South and Midwest.

Hardin County is poised for significant additional growth in the advanced manufacturing sector with the 1,551-acre Glendale Mega Site. Certified by CSX Railroad, it is one of the largest industrial tracts in the U.S. and is located south of Elizabethtown alongside Interstate 65 and a CSX main line.

Fort Knox, located in the northern end of the county, has undergone a major transformation and is now home to U.S. Army Cadet Command, U.S. Army Recruiting Command, U.S. Army Human Resources Command, and more. The post has a daytime population of approximately 23,000 soldiers, family members, civilian employees and contractors.

In addition, local healthcare, tourism, professional services and other business sectors are growing, meaning those who make a career move to Elizabethtown can rest assured their families will find opportunities here as well.

Area economic health goes hand in hand with Elizabethtown’s quality of life. Whether lifelong residents or newly relocated to the area, this is a place people want to call home. Elizabethtown area residents enjoy highly ranked schools, a variety of recreational opportunities including a nationally renowned youth sports park, access to advanced healthcare, a low cost of living and more. 

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Lower Level Bedroom 2