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208 Properties:

$389,900

5626 Woodburn Allen Springs Road

7.64 acres
5626 Woodburn Allen Springs Road Bowling Green KY 42104
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5626 WOODBURN ALLEN SPRINGS ROAD BETTER-THAN-NEW! This lovely 4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath home comes with 7.64 /- acres. The 12’ x 14’ covered pack porch overlooks a beautiful pond. There are two bedroom...
Jane Parrott, www.janeparrott.com
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$2,900,000

Edgewater Farms

533.7 acres
1220 McFarland Lane Bowling Green KY 42101
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This majestic river farm with a tremendous Heritage boarders Barren River with 80% shore line. Land qualities are mostly silt lam with 2-6% slopes. Historic four bedroom, 3.5 bath residence built in 1...
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$12,000
0 Sulphur Road Smiths Grove KY 42171
3 acres
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Stacey Fergerson
Land is mostly wooded.
$329,800
729 Mercer Road Bowling Green KY 42101
157.83 acres
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Bobby Hunton , Prudential Partners Realty
Really nice cattle property. Current owner is running cattle on the property. This property also has turkey and deer. A 10 point deer was tagged in 2015. Has several nice places to build a home, water...

Warren County, KY Land Info

Set in a metropolitan part of Kentucky, Warren County is considered a large urban county. Of Kentucky's 120 counties, Warren County ranks fifth in terms of its population (122,851, according to 2015 Census estimates). At 548 square miles, Warren County is Kentucky's 10th biggest county (comprising less than one percent of the state). Recent internal data place the average per-acre value of land for sale in Warren County at $3,354, with an average list price of $299,773 for land and farms for sale in Warren County. The main agricultural staple here is crop farming (classified by the U.S. Census Bureau to include crops such as wheat, corn, hay and cotton). Farming activities in Warren County generate annual revenues of $114.7 million, 48 percent of which is from livestock products and 52 percent from crop harvests.

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