This 6-acre land in Bardwell, KY is truly a treasure in the middle of the city. This is the perfect location for your dream home! It’s part city/part county, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds, with all the amenities of city life (city water, sewer, electric) and the freedoms of small-town living. But don’t worry: there are no building restrictions. It falls under Bardwell jurisdiction, so all you need to do is build it and then get an inspection. You can even subdivide it—or maybe keep part of it as farmland or a place to raise animals? The possibilities are endless!
This land is near Carlisle County Schools, so if you’re a family with children, you’ll be able to get them to their classes conveniently.
It also isn’t far from the Mississippi River and the Wildlife Management Area, so you’ll be able to stay as close or as far away as you want from nature.
Stop wasting your time looking at boring houses that lack character! Build your dream home on this land—while it’s still available!
Welcome to Bardwell, KY!
Bardwell, KY is centrally located within the United States, a fact that has made the community historically significant. In addition to this central location, Bardwell has access to all major utilities—Water, Electric, Sewer, and Trash—through the City of Bardwell. This convenience allows you to keep your utility costs low and payments centralized.
Convenience and affordability are important, but why stop there? With ATV trails and horseback riding opportunities, Bardwell is a dream come true for tourists seeking breathtaking views of Mississippi River. Even better: hunting and camping opportunities dot the landscape.
In a nutshell, Opportunity Zones are low-income districts that have historically been distressed and in need of revitalization. They’re set aside by the U.S. government as areas where private investors can receive significant tax breaks and deferrals for their investments.
Investors can put money into a variety of projects, including businesses, real estate, infrastructure, or pretty much anything else that the IRS deems beneficial to the community. For example, if an investor has capital gains from a stock sale, they can re-invest those funds into an Opportunity Zone project—and defer any taxes on those gains until 2026. On top of that, if the investor holds onto the investment for at least ten years, then they get to claim all of their deferred gains tax-free! That’s right: no taxes on your initial deferred gains AND no taxes on any additional capital gains you make off the investment.
*This Property is presented For Sale By Owner. Seller is a Licensed Real Estate Agent in the State of Florida.
Land Size: 6
Legal Description: 0
Property Taxes: $ 530.10
Title: Warranty Deed
HOA: $ 0.00
Zoning & Restriction Information
Zoning: Per City, No Zoning but can be used as Residential
What Can Be Built on the Property: Per City, There are no restrictions from county.
Time limit to build? Per City, There are no restrictions from county.
Are mobile homes allowed? Per City, There are no restrictions from county.
Mobile home restrictions if any: N/A
Are RV’s allowed? Per City, There are no restrictions from county.
RV restrictions if any: N/A
Is camping allowed? Per City, There are no restrictions from county.
Camping restrictions if any: N/A
Utilities & Internet Information:
Water: Would have to contact Bardwell Utilities – 270-628-3833
Sewer & Septic: Would have to contact Bardwell Utilities – 270-628-3833
Electric: Would have to contact Bardwell Utilities – 270-628-3833
Gas: Would have to contact Bardwell Utilities – 270-628-3833
Waste: Would have to contact Bardwell Utilities – 270-628-3833
Municipal and County Officials
Carlisle County Planning & Zoning Department: (Website)
Carlisle County Assesor Office: (270) 628-5498 (Website)
Carlisle County Treasurer’s Office: (270) 628-3922 (Website)
Carlisle County Recorder or Circuit Clerk Office: (270) 628-3233 (Website)
Things to Do
3 Hr 45 Min – Louisville, KY – 244 Miles – Population 617,790 (2019)(Driving Directions)
4 Hr 21 Min – Lexington, KY – 283 Miles – Population 320,601 (2019)(Driving Directions)
2 Hr 38 Min – Nashville, TN – 164 Miles – Population 692,587 (2018) (Driving Directions)
2 Hr 49 Min – Memphis, TN – 183 Miles – Population 651,932 (2019) (Driving Directions)
2 Hr 44 Min – St. Louis, MO – 165 Miles – Population 308,174 (2019)(Driving Directions)
37 Min – Mercy Health – Lourdes Hospital, Paducah, KY – 27.6 Miles (Driving Directions)
50 Min – Massac Memorial Hospital, Metropolis, IL – 37.5 Miles (Driving Directions)
2 Min – Greg’s Supermarket – Paducah, KY – 0.5 Miles (Driving Directions)
35 Min – Walmart Supercenter – Paducah, KY – 26.3 Miles (Driving Directions)
Address & Coordinates
You can view the land anytime provided that it’s available
The actual address as it appears on tax record is: Undefined , Bardwell, KY42023 (Google Map)
How To Buy This Land? Very Simple 4 Step Process Below
Step 1: Contact us to get a Purchase Agreement
Step 2: Once all parties have signed. A $1,000 deposit required with escrow and closing agent. You’ll need to come up with rest of the funds at the time of closing.
Step 3: Await title company to come back clean/clear. Usually takes 10-15 days to process title.
Step 4: Once all is complete, you’re land owner!