Magnet Narrows With tall cliffs framing the Ohio River, Magnet Valley South offers more of nature. Large rocks dot the landscape, with wooded building sites. The back yard is wooded with a tall cliff and the front view is of the Ohio River and Kentucky farmland. Each of these riverfront tracts are unique in their own way. Each tract fronts a paved county road. A boat ramp is close by. Utilities are easily available. Starting at $64,900. A brief history of Magnet IN In the 1820's, the community was known as Dodson's Landing, after John Dodson who operated a wood yard to fuel steamboats. Jessie Martin took over in the 1830's and it became known as Martin's Landing. Martin owned a dog "Rono", who was widely regarded by river men. Job Ha
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