Pleasureville, KY Real Estate

Pleasureville KY Real Estate Overview

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Pleasureville KY Real Estate Stats

Average Price in Pleasureville: $441,381  County Average: $384,421

Average Cost Per Sqr Ft in Pleasureville: $197  County Average: $160

Average Walkscore in Pleasureville: 6  County Average: 12

Average Year Built in Pleasureville: 1960  County Average: 1970

Average Days on Website in Pleasureville: 177  County Average: 135

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Y nice 5 acre parcel just minutes to shelbyville, Pleasureville and eminence. ...



Cute 3br/1ba located in the heart of Pleasureville...



Manufactured home with 4 bedrooms 2 full bathrooms...



Excellent, cleared level home site. known as tract 3 on recorded plat...



Stop paying rent, come and see this affordable 3 full bedroom 2 bath home today, with 2 out buildings, garage, and 1...



Great views and abundant wildlife on 44.87 acres. recently surveyed...



5 acres fairly cleared and about three acres wooded...



New home for sale! 3 bed 2 bath home with huge front porch...



Ready and waiting - you can stop looking after you see this charming 3 bedrooms 2 full baths home...



was a nephew of presley; amanda pepper o'bannon was his niece. presley was first buried on their farm in Pleasureville but was later reinterred, with military honors and much pomp and circumstance, in frankfort in 1919. another o'bannon niece, mary jane o'bannon and her husband hawkins craig middleton, acquired the farm from the o'bannon heirs in 1845 and soon after began construction of the steamboat gothic "forest hill". middleton was a steamboat captain on the mississippi and ohio rivers and modeled the house after "beauvoir", the brown home in biloxi, mississippi that was the last home of confederate president jefferson davis. the house was originally supposed to be brick but middleton wasn't satisfied with its quality. he had cypress and yellow poplar shipped from new orleans but did use the brick for the chimneys and a small house still standing behind the main house. middleton and his wife actually lived in the small house while the main house was being built. the original first floor rooms are approximately 20' x 20' and the wonderful hallway is almost 14' x 40'. the intriguing second floor was designed for servants and storage. a poured concrete basement has been added under the rear of the house. numerous outbuildings, dating from middleton's time, grace the property. an almost equally famous 19th century occupant of...



Beautiful 18 acre mini-farm located on hwy 421 (castle hwy) in henry county...



This property sold in january 2014 for $183,000.00...



This 92 acre property features an updated farmhouse with a metal roof, a tobacco barn, cattle barn, milk house, fencing and 2 ponds...



Y nice 5 acre parcel just minutes to shelbyville, Pleasureville and eminence. ...



was a nephew of presley; amanda pepper o'bannon was his niece. presley was first buried on their farm in Pleasureville but was later reinterred, with military honors and much pomp and circumstance, in frankfort in 1919. another o'bannon niece, mary jane o'bannon and her husband hawkins craig middleton, acquired the farm from the o'bannon heirs in 1845 and soon after began construction of the steamboat gothic "forest hill". middleton was a steamboat captain on the mississippi and ohio rivers and modeled the house after "beauvoir", the brown home in biloxi, mississippi that was the last home of confederate president jefferson davis. the house was originally supposed to be brick but middleton wasn't satisfied with its quality. he had cypress and yellow poplar shipped from new orleans but did use the brick for the chimneys and a small house still standing behind the main house. middleton and his wife actually lived in the small house while the main house was being built. the original first floor rooms are approximately 20' x 20' and the wonderful hallway is almost 14' x 40'. the intriguing second floor was designed for servants and storage. a poured concrete basement has been added under the rear of the house. numerous outbuildings, dating from middleton's time, grace the property. an almost equally famous 19th century occupant of...



This all brick ranch home is waiting for you! it is located in a peaceful country setting...



Extra large lot. 20'x16' garage plus an additionla storage building...



2.65 acres with a farm house. house needs tlc. will not pass fha...



Property has no buildings or structures...



Wow - 5 acres! this 4 bedroom ranch style home has so much potential...



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Dave Halpern
9911 Shelbyville Rd.
Louisville, KY
502-664-7827
5026647827