Trigg County, Kentucky
Compass South Land Sales proudly introduces the Knight & Hale Farm, a historic Western Kentucky hunting property near Cadiz. The Farm is a product of the vision, ownership, and design of Harold Knight and David Hale, both notable figures of the renowned Knight and Hale brand. The property boasts a rich legacy rooted in the outdoor industry, with its land and lodge once serving as the backdrop for Knight and Hale DVDs and television shows. The team also utilized the space to refine and prototype their groundbreaking game calls. Over the years, many celebrities have visited, hunted, and stayed on the Farm, and their videos remain accessible today. While hunting properties come and go frequently, finding one with such historical value and legacy, especially for sportsmen who have cherished and relied on the Knight and Hale brand, is a rare occurance.
The farm is conveniently located just a few miles east of the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, just south of Highway 68 between Cadiz and Canton. Hopkinsville is just 25 minutes away and offers major medical facilities and a commercial airport that services all major airlines. Finally, a short drive leads to incredible fishing and duck hunting at Lake Barkley, boasting numerous access points and ramps.
The farm currently sits outside of the established CWD zones for Kentucky and spans an impressive +/-715.87 surveyed acres. Approximately 620 acres is encompassed by 4.5-miles of high fence. With an extensive history of white-tailed deer management, the wildlife habitat on the farm is unparalleled. Large, mature hardwoods dominate much of the property and strategically placed food plots are scattered throughout. There is also a +/- 40 acre high-production row crop field, perfect for soybean and corn cultivation. Adding to the allure of this exceptional hunting ground is an eight-acre clean lake, filled with bass and bluegill. Finally, the property holds one of only three Shooting Preserve Permits in Kentucky, which will transfer to the new landowners.
Tucked away and secluded within the farm are two dwellings. The first is a four-bedroom, two-bathroom cabin with a living area of 4,700 square feet. The other is the western style main house, which has four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and 5,400 square feet of living space. Although both houses overlook the lake, they are situated apart from one another and accessible via the paved driveway, assuring the privacy of owners and their guests.