The name says it all. Don’t fence me in with approximately 15 acres of bottom land, open field, streams, surrounded with high ridges and woods. The remaining 60 acres is full of deer, turkey and other wild game. Thick woods, hillsides, streams and Kentucky Beauty. This farm has it all deep in the Kentucky hills away from everything yet great roads for when going to town is needed. Home has three bedrooms, one full bath and one half bath, beautiful hard wood floors, recent updates to kitchen, HVAC, electric, and roof. The full basement has access from inside and outside! The Farm is turn key and ready!
Elliott County was established in 1869 from land given by Carter, Lawrence, and Morgan counties. The County is named for U.S. Congressman John Milton Elliott, Sandy Hook is the County Seat.
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