Pleasureville KY Real Estate & Homes for Sale

The median home value in Pleasureville, KY is $147,000. This is higher than the county median home value of $119,600. The national median home value is $185,800. The average price of homes sold in Pleasureville, KY is $147,000. Approximately 50.95% of Pleasureville homes are owned, compared to 37.38% rented, while 11.67% are vacant. Pleasureville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale. Commercial properties are also available. If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Pleasureville real estate agent to arrange a tour today!


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Type:
Single Family
Sq.Ft.:
1,496
Status:
Active
Beds:
3
Lot size:
13.5 Acres
Year built:
1922
Baths:
1.00
MLS#:
1522560
Subdivision:
None

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

PRIME SHELBY COUNTY LAND WITH AN OLDER HOME IN NEED OF EXTENSIVE REPAIRS, BARN, DETACHED GARAGE AND OUTSIDE BUILDING ALL ON 13.5 ACRES + OR -. 3 bedrooms, eat in galley gitchen, living room and one bath. Closed in front porch used as living space. Land is level and located minutes to Shelbyville, Frankfort, Louisville and other points of interest.NOTE - HOME BEING SOLD ''AS IS, WHERE IS, WITH NO WARRANTIES IMPLIED OR EXPRESSED.''

Type:
Farm
Sq.Ft.:
3,600
Status:
Active
Beds:
4
Lot size:
100.18 Acres
Baths:
4.00
MLS#:
1521836
Subdivision:
None

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Don't miss this opportunity to own this beautiful farm! Farm features a 4 bedroom 3.5 bath vinyl sided home with approximately 3600 sq. ft. of living space with BEAUTIFUL views, large lake, 26 X 60 pole barn with concrete floor, work shop, tack/feed room, electric w/separate meter & water, 24 X 60 pole barn with electric w/separate meter & water and some 4-board fencing and farm fencing. The front of the home is pre-1900's with new electric, windows, drywall, etc. and the rear of the home was built in 2004 over a unfinished basement. Home features Great Room with vaulted ceiling and wood burning fireplace, Kitchen w/large pantry, Dining Room, Living Room/Library, Office w/wet bar, 4-season Florida room, 2 porches, deck, plus much more. Tons of wildlife in the area. This property offers tons of privacy with the home and buildings sitting well off the highway out of sight. The home sits on a vista overlooking the beautiful farm lake, pasture and woods. Make your appointment today to see this awesome farm. DO NOT ENTER THIS PROPERTY WITHOUT AN REAL ESTATE AGENT PRESENT!! Additional land available see MLS#1521837 and MLS#1521838.

Type:
Single Family
Sq.Ft.:
3,600
Status:
Active
Beds:
4
Lot size:
100.18 Acres
Baths:
4.00
MLS#:
1521840
Subdivision:
None

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Don't miss this opportunity to own this beautiful farm! Farm features a 4 bedroom 3.5 bath vinyl sided home with approximately 3600 sq. ft. of living space with BEAUTIFUL views, large lake, 26 X 60 pole barn with concrete floor, work shop, tack/feed room, electric w/separate meter & water, 24 X 60 pole barn with electric w/separate meter & water and some 4-board fencing and farm fencing. The front of the home is pre-1900's with new electric, windows, drywall, etc. and the rear of the home was built in 2004 over a unfinished basement. Home features Great Room with vaulted ceiling and wood burning fireplace, Kitchen w/large pantry, Dining Room, Living Room/Library, Office w/wet bar, 4-season Florida room, 2 porches, deck, plus much more. Tons of wildlife in the area. This property offers tons of privacy with the home and buildings sitting well off the highway out of sight. The home sits on a vista overlooking the beautiful farm lake, pasture and woods. Make your appointment today to see this awesome farm. DO NOT ENTER THIS PROPERTY WITHOUT AN REAL ESTATE AGENT PRESENT!! Additional land available see MLS#1521837 and MLS#1521838.

Type:
Single Family
Sq.Ft.:
1,012
Status:
Active
Beds:
3
Lot size:
0.62 Acres
Year built:
1985
Baths:
2.00
MLS#:
1521003
Subdivision:
None

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Type:
Single Family
Sq.Ft.:
1,210
Status:
Active
Beds:
2
Lot size:
5.5 Acres
Year built:
1990
Baths:
1.00
MLS#:
1827084
Subdivision:
Rural

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

You will think you are in Gatlinburg... Lots of trees, perfect for the hunter or the nature lover. This newly renovated 2 bedroom home is just what you are looking for. Home has eat in kitchen overlooking the 5.5 acres of mostly trees, so you can watch the deer and turkey as you have breakfast. Nice den and living area combo, full bath and two bedrooms complete the upstairs. Downstairs you can have your man cave, or office, plenty of storage in the walk out basement. There is a two car garage, with electric and concrete floor, shed for that boat or camper, potting shed, creek and did I mention trees..Home is in move in condition with new roof, new septic, new paint, new carpet, and the list goes on and on. Beautiful in the spring and very private in the summer. This won't last long. Come on and see what we have to offer.

Type:
Single Family
Sq.Ft.:
1,939
Status:
Active
Beds:
3
Lot size:
1.25 Acres
Year built:
1969
Baths:
2.00
MLS#:
1516682
Subdivision:
Colonial Acres

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

This is a great place to call ''Home''. Nice spacious well maintained home. New carpet in Master and Family Room. Recently painted throughout. Vinyl double hung insulated windows. The roof is approximately 5 years young. This home is situated on TWO lots providing a nice spacious yard! There is a storage building outside, as well as a nice storage room in the attached garage. Convenient location, just outside the city limits! The acreage is estimated by seller at 1.25 +/-. Buyer to verify acreage.

Type:
Single Family
Sq.Ft.:
2,050
Status:
Active
Beds:
n/a
Lot size:
1 Acres
Year built:
1970
Baths:
MLS#:
1826980
Subdivision:
Rural

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Nice four bedroom two bath home with a two car attached garage on approximately one acre lot. This well built home is near the community of Defoe with easy access to Shelbyville, Eminence, Frankfort, and other municipalities. Some nice original hardwood floors, laundry area, family room, dining room and screened rear porch.. 14 x 16 strorage shed.

Type:
Single Family
Sq.Ft.:
1,625
Status:
Active
Beds:
3
Lot size:
5 Acres
Year built:
1998
Baths:
2.00
MLS#:
1516506
Subdivision:
None

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Welcome to 4094 Cedarmore Road located in the peaceful countryside of Shelby County. No light noise with this property! Ranch style home features 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and 1625 sqft of living space. Plenty of privacy. Covered back deck perfect for relaxing and watching wildlife in the backyard. Additional 10 acres is also available to purchase. Schedule your showing today!

Type:
Single Family
Sq.Ft.:
1,900
Status:
Active
Beds:
3
Lot size:
23 Acres
Year built:
2003
Baths:
2.00
MLS#:
1822964
Subdivision:
Rural

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Beautiful, hard to find, quiet, country setting within 1 hour of Lexington and Louisville! One level living featuring a large living area with hard wood flooring, a newly remodeled kitchen with granite and stainless steel appliances, 10 foot ceilings throughout, 3 spacious bedrooms including the luxurious master with huge walk in closet and an amazing ensuite, plus a bonus area. And while the home is a must see, its the land that steals the show here! 23 acres of flat to lightly rolling land with a new in 2016 Amish Built barn ready for 4 stalls and a tack room and the remainder with concrete flooring. Barn is 30 by 50 and has electric!!! Four board fencing, 4 fully fenced pastures all connected with gates, with the remainder of the land being wooded makes this a horseman and a hunters dream!! Other updates include a new roof in 2016 with a 70 year warranty, a goat shed, new propane tank, animal shed in back pasture, and more! Schedule your showing to see this one of kind property soon

Type:
Single Family
Sq.Ft.:
2,501
Status:
Active
Beds:
3
Lot size:
6 Acres
Year built:
1984
Baths:
4.00
MLS#:
1819687
Subdivision:
Rural

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

If you are looking for peaceful living that showcases the beauty of nature, THIS HOME IS FOR YOU! Custom designed 3BR/3.5BA Real Log Home. Beautifully landscaped tree-lined driveway leading to the covered porch that beckons a promise of hospitality. Enter the home and immediately be taken by the abundance of sunlight, gorgeous hardwood flooring and meticulously detailed heavy timber cathedral ceilings. A great room that features a creek rock fireplace. Updated kitchen that features a hanging pot rack and multiple granite tiled counter space. The master bedroom is a retreat in itself where one can unwind after a busy day. The master ensuite has a marble top vanity, tiled shower and large walk-in closet. Upstairs a 2nd master bedroom and full bathroom can be found, as well as 3rd bedroom with half bathroom. Partially finished basement. 6 acres of land, plenty of room outdoors. Watch the sunset from the back deck. 3-car garage w/electric! Schedule your private tour TODAY!

Type:
Single Family
Sq.Ft.:
2,501
Status:
Active
Beds:
3
Lot size:
6 Acres
Year built:
1984
Baths:
4.00
MLS#:
1511944
Subdivision:
None

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

If you are looking for peaceful living that showcases the beauty of nature, THIS HOME IS FOR YOU! Words cannot describe this charismatic custom designed 3BR/3.5BA Real Log Home. The home's true character begins with the beautifully landscaped tree-lined driveway leading to the sit-a-spell covered porch that beckons a promise of hospitality. Enter the home and immediately be taken by the open area's abundance of sunlight, gorgeous hardwood flooring and meticulously detailed heavy timber cathedral ceilings. The great room is invitingly comfortable where you can spend hours reading a book in front of the creek rock fireplace true masonry with a Vermont Casting Wood Burning Stove. Wait until you see the updated kitchen with all its ingredients a chef would need such as a hanging pot rack. Picture friends sitting around the island visiting as you prepare meals on the multiple granite tiled counter space. The stainless-steel appliances remain. Enjoy many holiday celebrations in the dining room's festive atmosphere. There is additional living space in a secondary family room that boasts a wood burning buck stove. Easy access to the full guest bathroom on the 1st level can be found off any of the rooms. The master bedroom is a retreat in itself and envelopes you with warmth and security where one can unwind after a busy day. The master ensuite has an extended marble top vanity with make-up area, patterned tiled shower with frameless glass door and large walk-in closet. A second master bedroom and full bathroom can be found on the 2nd level, as well as 3rd bedroom with half bathroom. Both rooms have heavy timber beam cathedral ceilings. There is a partially finished basement with living space that can be a family room or recreation room for entertaining friends. A bonus room can also be found that is perfect for an office, craft room or playroom. The unfinished area is great for storage. With 6 acres of land, there is plenty of room outdoors to host cookouts and gatherings while playing volley ball or badminton. Sip on a beverage on the back deck while watching sunrises and sunsets. You will find a 3-car garage with electricity, as well as an additional storage building to house your recreational vehicles and/or boat! As you can tell, this unique property has so many features that can't completely be covered in this description. We invite you to schedule your private tour TODAY so you can experience the many quiet moments of solitude and be captured by this home's beauty!

Type:
Farm
Sq.Ft.:
1,440
Status:
Active
Beds:
2
Lot size:
245 Acres
Year built:
1939
Baths:
1.00
MLS#:
1496934
Subdivision:
None

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

245-acre family farm located approximately 1-1 1/2 hrs from Louisville, Lexington, and Cincinnati. 2 1/2 miles from KY River (9 1/2 miles from boat ramp); ten miles from $5 million Six Mile Distillery and Historical Park near Amish community of Defoe, Kentucky. Road frontage off both sides of Hwy 561. Rustic barn with dry-stone foundation at property's edge. Peaceful setting with potential building sites for your dream home. Heavily-wooded property (some marketable timber) excellent for hunting - plenty of deer, turkey, and other diverse wildlife. Perfect terrain for recreational vehicles. Bonus two-bedroom, one-bath family home with original hardwood floors, central air and heat, living room with custom built-ins, kitchen and separate dining room, and spacious den with wood-burning stove. Livable, selling as-is.

Type:
Single Family
Sq.Ft.:
1,440
Status:
Active
Beds:
2
Lot size:
245 Acres
Year built:
1939
Baths:
1.00
MLS#:
1496804
Subdivision:
None

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

245-acre family farm located approximately 1-1 1/2 hrs from Louisville, Lexington, and Cincinnati. 2 1/2 miles from KY River (9 1/2 miles from boat ramp); ten miles from $5 million Six Mile Distillery and Historical Park near Amish community of Defoe, Kentucky. Road frontage off both sides of Hwy 561. Rustic barn with dry-stone foundation at property's edge. Peaceful setting with potential building sites for your dream home. Heavily-wooded property (some marketable timber) excellent for hunting - plenty of deer, turkey, and other diverse wildlife. Perfect terrain for recreational vehicles. Bonus two-bedroom, one-bath family home with original hardwood floors, central air and heat, living room with custom built-ins, kitchen and separate dining room, and spacious den with wood-burning stove. Livable, selling as-as.

Type:
Farm
Sq.Ft.:
2,297
Status:
Active
Beds:
4
Lot size:
92 Acres
Year built:
1914
Baths:
2.00
MLS#:
1460666
Subdivision:
None

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

This 92 acre property features an updated farmhouse with a metal roof, a tobacco barn, cattle barn, milk house, fencing and 2 ponds. The house has a living room, family room, master bedroom, guest bedroom, breakfast room, kitchen, mud room, laundry room and 2 full baths on the first floor. Upstairs are two bedrooms with closets. The roof and HVAC systems were replaced recently.

Type:
Farm
Sq.Ft.:
4,568
Status:
Active
Beds:
2
Lot size:
143 Acres
Year built:
1850
Baths:
2.00
MLS#:
1460615
Subdivision:
None

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

''Forest Hill'' is one of the most historically significant houses in Kentucky. The gently rolling farm, once 2000 acres, was home to Presley Neville O'Bannon, (he also sometimes spelled it O'Banion) the Hero of Derne during the 1805 Barbary Wars. For his heroism, he was the original recipient of the jeweled Mameluke sword, the official officer sword since 1825 of the United State Marine Corps, and was the first American to raise the U.S. flag on foreign soil. He led the attack on the Barbary Coast pirates who were holding 180 American seamen for ransom. The lyrics in the official Marine Corps song ''by the shores of Tripoli'' refer to O'Bannon and his fellow soldiers. Screen star John Payne portrayed the role of O'Bannon in the 1950 film ''Tripoli''. After the Frankfort premiere of the movie, Payne placed a wreath on O'Bannon's grave in the Frankfort Cemetery. As an additional historical note, Presley's sister Amanda was married to Elijah Pepper, a whiskey distiller in Woodford County, whose brands included "Old Pepper" and "Old Crow". Woodford Reserve bourbon is located on the site of Pepper's original distillery. Presley O'Bannon died at the home of Elijah and Amanda's daughter, Amanda Pepper O'Bannon and her husband, John W. O'Bannon, in September 1850. John W. 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 "Forest Hill" was Sally Ward Lawrence Hunt Armstrong Downs, the original "Belle of Louisville". She and her fourth husband, Major George F. Downs, lived at the farm as well as the Galt House, a hotel in Louisville, where she once rode her horse up the staircase to the second floor. Her death in 1896 was front page news in the Courier-Journal. By her twenties, her name had been given to racehorses and a rose. Steamboats, a doll, a type of ladies' walk, even a waltz were named for her. Her portrait, by George Healy, used to hang in the hallway at "Forest Hill" but is now part of the collection at the Speed Art Museum. Her first husband was Timothy Bigelow Lawrence, scion of a wealthy Boston family. Their wedding was attended by governors Robert Letcher, John Crittenden and Lazarus Powell, as well as George Prentiss, editor of the Louisville Journal. Her dress cost $5,000. On her death, Kentucky humorist Irvin Cobb, because of her many marriages, suggested engraving her tombstone: "At last she sleeps alone." A later owner was Will S. Threlkeld, a relative of the current owners. His Thoroughbred breeding operation at "Forest Hill" produced Royse Bud, a foundation mare of the great Storm Cat. Threlkeld was a banker and business partner of Bull Hancock and Warner Jones, Sr and was a noted character in his own right. He often ate in the main dining room in Louisville's Pendennis Club with his Scottish terrier, Jeep. Heaven help a member brave enough to complain. In addition to historic "Forest Hill", the property includes a second residence, a custom built walk-out brick Cape Cod built in 1986. It contains 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths and approximately 4715 finished square feet (including finished part of lower level) plus an attached 2 car garage.The farm was part of the buffalo trail that went from Henry County to Harrodsburg.

Type:
Farm
Sq.Ft.:
4,568
Status:
Active
Beds:
2
Lot size:
274 Acres
Year built:
1850
Baths:
2.00
MLS#:
1460614
Subdivision:
None

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

''Forest Hill'' is one of the most historically significant houses in Kentucky. The gently rolling farm, once 2000 acres, was home to Presley Neville O'Bannon, (he also sometimes spelled it O'Banion) the Hero of Derne during the 1805 Barbary Wars. For his heroism, he was the original recipient of the jeweled Mameluke sword, the official officer sword since 1825 of the United State Marine Corps, and was the first American to raise the U.S. flag on foreign soil. He led the attack on the Barbary Coast pirates who were holding 180 American seamen for ransom. The lyrics in the official Marine Corps song ''by the shores of Tripoli'' refer to O'Bannon and his fellow soldiers. Screen star John Payne portrayed the role of O'Bannon in the 1950 film ''Tripoli''. After the Frankfort premiere of the movie, Payne placed a wreath on O'Bannon's grave in the Frankfort Cemetery. As an additional historical note, Presley's sister Amanda was married to Elijah Pepper, a whiskey distiller in Woodford County, whose brands included "Old Pepper" and "Old Crow". Woodford Reserve bourbon is located on the site of Pepper's original distillery. Presley O'Bannon died at the home of Elijah and Amanda's daughter, Amanda Pepper O'Bannon and her husband, John W. O'Bannon, in September 1850. John W. 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 "Forest Hill" was Sally Ward Lawrence Hunt Armstrong Downs, the original "Belle of Louisville". She and her fourth husband, Major George F. Downs, lived at the farm as well as the Galt House, a hotel in Louisville, where she once rode her horse up the staircase to the second floor. Her death in 1896 was front page news in the Courier-Journal. By her twenties, her name had been given to racehorses and a rose. Steamboats, a doll, a type of ladies' walk, even a waltz were named for her. Her portrait, by George Healy, used to hang in the hallway at "Forest Hill" but is now part of the collection at the Speed Art Museum. Her first husband was Timothy Bigelow Lawrence, scion of a wealthy Boston family. Their wedding was attended by governors Robert Letcher, John Crittenden and Lazarus Powell, as well as George Prentiss, editor of the Louisville Journal. Her dress cost $5,000. On her death, Kentucky humorist Irvin Cobb, because of her many marriages, suggested engraving her tombstone: "At last she sleeps alone." A later owner was Will S. Threlkeld, a relative of the current owners. His Thoroughbred breeding operation at "Forest Hill" produced Royse Bud, a foundation mare of the great Storm Cat. Threlkeld was a banker and business partner of Bull Hancock and Warner Jones, Sr and was a noted character in his own right. He often ate in the main dining room in Louisville's Pendennis Club with his Scottish terrier, Jeep. Heaven help a member brave enough to complain. In addition to historic "Forest Hill", the property includes a second residence, a custom built walk-out brick Cape Cod built in 1986. It contains 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths and approximately 4715 finished square feet (including finished part of lower level) plus an attached 2 car garage. The farms were part of the buffalo trail that went from Henry County to Harrodsburg.

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Cassandra Adams, License 58886, Xome Inc., License 58886, cassandra.adams@xome.com, 844-400-XOME (9663), 632 Chestnut Street, Berea, KY 40403

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Cassandra Adams, License 58886, Xome Inc., License 58886, cassandra.adams@xome.com, 844-400-XOME (9663), 632 Chestnut Street, Berea, KY 40403

The data relating to real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the Internet Data Exchange Program of Lexington Bluegrass Multiple Listing Service.

The Broker providing these data believes them to be correct, but advises interested parties to confirm them before relying on them in a purchase decision.

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