c. 1900 – Paris, KY

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Posted April 2014. This home has been archived on OHD. The sold status is unknown.
Added to OHD on 4/3/14   -   Last OHD Update: 10/14/19   -   4 Comments

161 Levy Rd, Paris, KY 40361

  • $424,500
  • 5 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 3200 Sq Ft
  • 46 Ac.
If you are looking for a great historical home on a small farm in Bourbon County, then look no further. You will be amazed when you see this early 1900's two story home. 1st Floor: 10 ft. ceilings Formal Living rm./Parlor, Formal Dining rm., Kitchen and breakfast area, Family rm., one full bath. 2nd Floor: 10 ft. ceilings 5 bedrooms with two full baths. Original hardwood flooring throughout, 7 beautiful fire places, floored attic w/storage. The home is currently being remodeled with a brand new asphalt roof with GAF's Lifetime Designer Shingles, Copper box gutters, copper front porch roofing. Brand new windows, with the list going on and on. More than 50% of the remodel has been completed. Brokered And Advertised By: Mike Brown Real Estate & Auction Co, LLC Listing Agent: Kevin Rodney R. Combs
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4 Comments on c. 1900 – Paris, KY

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  1. Graham says: 158 comments

    The listing shows a 100k jump up in the price. I wonder if that is to cover the updates being done. Not too clear if the other 50% will be done or not.

  2. Jim says: 4869 comments

    Graham, the price hike was only 12 days after the $349K listing – very strange. An input error? Change of heart? Selling a property in mid-renovation is confusing to buyers even without that. I like it though.

  3. Paul W says: 539 comments

    I would have to assume the price is based on “land value”. This is one case where perhaps the ‘smart’ thing to do is sell the house and an acre or two at a more reasonable price, and sell the land off separately. Glad it has a new roof but I’m not seeing “more than 50 percent remodel” here. If they get realistic , they will likely sell it, but its a hard sell when I look at what still needs to be done exterior with painting and siding repairs. Great project house though.

  4. Wow! I vote keep just 5-10 acres and sell the rest to pay for the house and some of its restoration.

    I am digging that rock wall.

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