The Blevins Family Farm is a beautiful, large country farm that has recently become available after four generations in the same family. This beautiful property contains 177+/- acres. Approximately half of the acreage is cleared, tillable land and the other half is wooded — thick with old-growth timber and hardwoods.
A few years ago, the Blevins Farm was a fully functioning dairy, as it had been for over 30 years. Mindful herd management through the generations helped to continually improve the already rich, fertile soil in the fields.
The farm grew huge tobacco crops in the 50s and up until the late 1990s. For that reason, three large barns were built on the land, where they still stand. Today over 95 acres of soybeans are being raised on contract in the fields, bringing in an annual income to the farm of $10,000.00 per year.
This beautiful bluegrass state Family Farm is off west Highway 70, just 7 miles outside of Liberty, Kentucky — the county seat of beautiful Casey County. The property is conveniently near the Mennonite Community in South Fork. The farm is in the small community of Creston, KY — which doesn’t have a post office, so the delivery address is Liberty:
Creston may be tiny, but it is one of the fastest growing areas in the county. This property is situated at the end of Blevins Road, named for the family, in south western Casey County. This location will offer the new owners privacy and seclusion, while retaining excellent access on well-maintained roads. (See the aerial view of the farm)
In addition to access to a spring head in the woods, filled with always-running, ice-cold water, and a water-table that makes well-access possible on many potential building sites, there is also city water access — with a separate meter and a shut-off valve — on the property, near the milk barn.
For those who have school-aged children, the farm is served by the Casey County School District:
- Elementary School: Walnut Hill
- Middle School: Casey County Middle School
- High School: Casey County High School
Learn more about the history of this farm.