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Formed in Beattyville, KY, the Kentucky River is a tributary of the Ohio River and is 260 miles in length. The river is at a 670 foot elevaton and provides the drinking water for about 700,000 people throughout Kentucky. The North, South and MiddleForks join in Beattyville, forming the main stem flowing to the Ohio River. Fish include Bluegill, Catfish, Crappie, Walleye, Sauger and a variety of Bass.
Beattyville is the county seat for Lee County in eastern Kentucky. Close to the Daniel Boone National Forest, Beattyville boasts a mountainous, timber covered terrain with dramatic rock cliffs and abundant wildlife. Numerous festivals, including the famous Wooly Worm Festival, grow the local population of less than 1500 to encompass tourists from both within Kentucky and far beyond its borders.
Located close to the Daniel Boone National Forest, the Cumberland Mountains, Red River Gorge and the Natural Bridge State Park, free climbers, outdoor enthusiasts and tourists are drawn to the natural abundance and rocky terrain of the area. Within 60 miles of more than 20 4-year colleges and universities and more than 20 technical schools, Beattyville is a small town with an easily extendable outreach.
Within 600 miles of 51% of the U.S. population, and close to major interstates and roadways, Beattyville is easily accessible. Boasting a low property tax rate, an average annual temperature of 56 with a relative mid-day humidity of 61%, as well as river access for fishing and boating, and an abundance of breathtaking beauty, Beattyville offers a welcome change from the hustle bustle world.

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Extraordinary Waterfront Property in Kentucky, USA

Incredible, dockable, waterfront property is being offered for sale. With 2.5 miles of shoreline on the beautiful Kentucky River and a total footprint of 896 + acres of densely wooded property, this land beckons for rebirth.

Surrounded by the Daniel Boone National Forest and filled with wildlife.
Mature hardwoods and rock bluffs adorn the landscape.
Private entrance to acreage.
Minutes to shopping, interstates, attractions.

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