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2006-01-03 - Crocus, Adair CO, KY - Photo Linda Waggener. Considered by many as the most beautiful homes in Adair County and by everyone as one of the most beautiful homes, here, was this residence which dominates downtown Crocus, KY. Cyrus found this Quote du Jour from a long-time resident of the home and a beloved Lindsey Wilson College teacher, Edith Spickard, who had this to say, in 1971, about Crocus: "Crocus is the kind of community in which all Kentuckians should be privileged to live." It is a beautiful community, a few miles south of Glens Fork, quietly located off busy KY 55. Crocus is about one-half mile off KY 55 on the road to Bryan and Creelsboro. A sign in the yard of the home still says, "Crocus, population 16, and growing." No story, but clicking Read More accesses Travel Guide and more Scenic Adair County photos.
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