Paul's Blog: April 2011

A place to learn about Lexington Kentucky and to discover "the New World of Real Estate in Central Kentucky. Paul is passionate building strong, life long relationships. His goal is to make his clients so pleased with his help they will want to introduce him to others they care about. Paul works By Referral Only. This is a safe place to question, discuss and share life authentically.

The Joy of Spring at Possum Trot

Last week I had the opportunity to visit Possum Trot with an excellent videographer, Chad Rumford.  The dogwoods were beginning to bloom, the azaleas teased us with their first florescent buds breaking open, the lobelia was trailing over the rock walls and the beauty of the deciduous forest dressing themselves with new buds was stunning.

We were treated to the surprise of a large flock of turkeys as we made our way up to the wigwam.  This property is a magnificent treasure of water features, rolling hills, meadow land and numerous buildings that can function as a retreat center, a hunting lodge, or just a great place to raise a family and invite week end guests.

Give me a call and come on down to 794 Possum Trot Rd, Manchester, Ky 40962.  An hour and a half from Lexington and less than an hour from Berea.

Paul Campbell 8596845890

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Comment balloon 3 commentsPaul Campbell Realtor Lexington • April 23 2011 11:13AM
The Joy of Spring at Possum Trot
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Last week I had the opportunity to visit Possum Trot with an excellent videographer, Chad Rumford. The dogwoods were beginning to bloom, the azaleas teased us with their first florescent buds breaking open, the lobelia was trailing over the rock… more