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Developer buys Troy Pike property for $1.5 million

A Troy Pike property where 148 single-family homes have been approved was sold for $1.5 million, according to a June 28 deed filed in the Woodford County clerk’s office.

Howard “Eddie” Sellers III and Julia Sellers sold the 55.97-acre property at 960 Troy Pike (located north of Southside Elementary School) to Legends Development, LLC (Dennis Lee Andrews).

Construction plans for 63 residential lots (the initial phase of the subdivision) were reviewed on June 19. The property has been planned for a residential neighborhood on the county’s zoning map for over 50 years, said Planning Director Pattie Wilson during a March hearing on the proposed subdivision (now known as the Legends at Versailles).

The neighborhood will be constructed in three phases of about 50 homes each, with the lots closest to Troy Pike being constructed first, according to an attorney who presented the subdivision plan to the Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Planning Commission in March.


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