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Jessamine County Kentucky...Life in the Fast Lane.

Can I enjoy myself while out showing properties? YES...I can!

 Yesterday, I was over in Jessamine County, Kentucky and had a little time to stop and smell the sweet aroma of country living!

The property I was to show was south of Nicholasville on Brumfield Lane.

On the way there and on the way back I couldn't resist a few shots to be able to share with you what I see everyday in Kentucky. The backroads are a blast to drive on and eye candy is everywhere.

This red house was a former country store at Hwy1268. It was not in operation or I would have stopped in to chat with the locals.

 

 

 

 

 This is Brumfield Lane that was an absolute tree tunnel! Some of my favorite roads in the country are like this.

Many are right beside creeks that flow along for miles and miles. I have to wonder if they were first Indian paths then carriage lanes... now roads. Hmmmm... 

This one brought me right up to the property I was to show. A nice little farm with goats, horses, dogs, cats and chickens! The chickens are negotiable.

 These rooster and hens were looking out the window of the chicken coop.

 

 

  

 

 

The chickens had a pretty nice setup. They were curious about me as they peeked out the window.

 

 

 

 

The entrance to the farm next to the one I was showing. I loved the horse statues!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This was a picture of the goat house. All the goats were inside taking a siesta. They came out as I was ready to leave. The caretaker said that they did milk some of them and some were to EAT! Poor things!

I guess I am too tender hearted now to be a country girl that lives off the farm. I would probably turn into a vegan!

 

 

I know it takes some time to go out and show farm property, but I enjoy the trip there and I truly appreciate seeing all the lucious beauty of Central Kentucky.

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Lizette Fitzpatrick - Baby Boomer Real Estate Relocation Specialist with Prudential Don Foster in Richmond, Kentucky.

Rated number #1 featured Kentucky Realtor®  on Activerain.com and Localism.com. Publisher/Author for the only Central Kentucky email newsletter on local real estate listings and sold properties, Kentucky relocation, local events, homeowner information and fun! For more information on Lizette, Kentucky Horse Farms, Prudential Don Foster, Madison County, Fayette County, Richmond or Lexington, Kentucky click on Lizette.us.

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Comment balloon 8 commentsLizette Fitzpatrick • May 30 2008 12:44PM

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Lovely pix!  Thanks for sharing!

Posted by Joan Wexelbaum (Luxury Mortgage) about 10 years ago

Hey Lizette,

Wonderful pictures. One thing I do miss since moving out of Kentucky was the back country roads which would wind around the various farms through out the state. Back when gas was affordable one of my past-times was to spend a day driving around the state of Kentucky checking out new areas.

Sean Allen

Posted by Sean Allen, International Financing Solutions (International Financing Solutions ) about 10 years ago

Your pictures were beautiful, It is almost like scenes from a story. Sounds wonderful

Posted by Dione Sage (Nova Home Loans) about 10 years ago

I would have enjoyed kickin' around those neighborhoods,   long as the chickens didn't get too close!    It looked like a fabulous summer day!

Posted by Connie King about 10 years ago

Thanks Joan! I appreciate your comment!

Sean - I agree! I never get tired of driving on all the backroads. I usually take them instead of the highways. Photo opportunities!

Dione - It would make a good story...Hmmm.

Connie- Next time you are here we will have to go toolin around some of those roads. Maybe a trip to Nonesuch for lunch.

Posted by Lizette Fitzpatrick, Lizette Realty,Lexington KY MLS - Kentucky Homes - (Lizette Realty - Lexington KY - Richmond KY) about 10 years ago

Lizette--Eating goats?!! I think I would become a vegetarian! :) Love the pics...You live in a beautiful area!

Posted by Teri Eckholm, REALTOR Serving Mpls/St Paul North & East Metro (Boardman Realty) about 10 years ago

how cool is this - I love the photos and the layout - nicely done

Posted by Thesa Chambers, Principal Broker - Licensed in Oregon (Fred Real Estate Group) about 10 years ago

I like those horse statues in your pics, Ky has some unbelievable scerery, take a camera along cause you never know what you may see.

Posted by Bart Whitmore, Real Estate Agent (Keller Williams- Louisville) about 10 years ago

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