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Lake Cumberland boaters, thinking of moving there.

Old 10-12-2017, 07:07 PM
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Retirement is approaching and down sizing and getting the heck out of Maryland. I have always liked Kentucky. I already own some land in Kentucky but its near Richmond. I am going to bring my 35 with me and I was thinking about the Lake Cumberland area. So any info both about boating the lake and living near the surrounding area. ie areas that are nice, not so nice. Land/acerage is a must and the house not so much. I am thinking about building. Believe it or not I do not want waterfront. Thanks
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Old 10-13-2017, 08:26 AM
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I've never lived there, but the boating is great at Cumberland. There are also a lot of boating resources there, as well. ...mechanics, paint guys, etc. If it was about an hour closer, we'd boat there every weekend.
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That's my retirement plan too. Love it there.
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I'm there almost every weekend from Cincinnati . Boating is awesome. Jamestown Russel springs area is nice.
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Old 10-17-2017, 07:33 AM
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That is my plan,i have a little farm in Eubank (north of Somerset).
I like the Monticello area (south side of lake) but Somerset has the most amenities.
There are a lot nice houses just north of Somerset.
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Do they have houses with docks on the lake? I did a zillow search, but it's pretty thin pickens.
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Old 08-21-2018, 09:32 PM
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Originally Posted by River918 View Post
Do they have houses with docks on the lake? I did a zillow search, but it's pretty thin pickens.
not really. Both core rules and geography play a role in that. Most every bank on the whole lake is cliffs. And no socks are being granted. Core owns x amount of feet around entire perimeter of lake
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