This 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom farmhouse used to be Hutchison Station, a stop along the L & N Line, which ran from 1890-1960. In addition to the train station, there used to be a post office, blacksmith shop, general store, and a livestock loading platform here. The farmhouse still has the original hardwood floors, 12′ ceilings, and crown moldings and is also home to a working thoroughbred horse farm and close to many other horse farms in the area. It’s also close to some great golf courses, historical sites such as Civil War battlefields and the Mary Todd Lincoln House.
Book your stay at this property
There are still some open dates left this summer so click the link below to book your stay!
Here are some of the reviews from VRBO:
–“We traveled 13 plus hours and we would do it again. Pictures do not do this place justice. The owners are so kind. The donkeys and horses are incredibly entertaining! We highly recommend this place and can’t wait to return!”
–“If you are looking for a quiet, clean, well located place to stay this is it. Our host stopped in to check on us the second day and wisely advised us of attractions and restaurants. The farm was peaceful and the donkeys were fun to watch and feed. Inside could not have been cleaner or more efficient. We were two couples and it was quite comfortable but could also accommodate a small family. It was well stocked with kitchen needs. We will definitely recommend or come back.”
–“My family stayed 2 nights on our way to Charleston. The property was perfect. The house was spotless and we could watch the horses and mini donkeys right outside our windows. My daughter loved visiting and feeding the animals. The location is convenient to Lexington and notable horse farms. Cannot say enough good things!”
Check this one out next time you are traveling to the Lexington area!