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Central KY Communities - all around the Bluegrass Region

Central Kentucky / Bluegrass Region property seekers will enjoy the many different neighborhoods to choose from here, as well as the variety of houses, horse properties, farms, condos and townhouses available. Depending on where you settle, you could be right downtown, next to a popular community park, out in the Country or in top-rated schools districts in Kentucky.

We hope that your Bluegrass Team's Central Kentucky Community information will help you to choose between the many wonderful areas; each has a lot to offer the home buyer.

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Boyle County Kentucky

Boyle County Kentucky is known for its rolling, green hills, cattle ranches, horse properties and its Distinguished Schools. Boyle County KY is Country Living at it's best - and just 15 minutes to Centre College in Danville. Danville KY is the County seat and home to a Regional Medical Center, quaint shopping, galleries, wine shops, Centre College, a Performing Arts Center and lots of jobs.
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Danville Kentucky

As you walk along downtown Danville KY’s idyllic Main Street to sample its shops, restaurants, and attractions, you’ll soon understand why we are a Great American Main Street Award community and a Certified Retirement Community. In 2011, Money magazine placed Danville Kentucky as the fourth-best place to retire in the United States. Danville has been twice chosen to host U.S. Vice-Presidential debates, in 2000 and in 2012. Danville KY is Voted Top 10 Best Small Towns In America again and again.
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Garrard County

Garrard County is home to Herrington Lake which is a 2,335-acre (9 km2) lake. The lake was created by Kentucky Utilities' damming of the Dix River, a tributary of the Kentucky River, in 1925 to generate hydroelectric power. With a maximum depth of 249 feet (76 m), Herrington Lake is the deepest lake in Kentucky with over The lake is 35 miles long and full of great views and palisades and cool, refreshing water for skiing, water for skiing, wake boarding, jet skiing, tubing, fishing, boat riding.
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Harrodsburg KY

Kentucky’s famed Bluegrass region is Kentucky’s oldest town. Ten bourbon distilleries and a dozen wineries are a short drive away. Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill – 3,000 acres of discovery at America’s largest restored Shaker community and and of BBC NEWS Magazine’s “Five hidden US Travel Destinations.” Harrodsburg is one of Best Choice Reviews’ “50 Best Small Town Downtowns in America”; and one of Smithsonian Magazine’s “20 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2014” – the only Kentucky
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Hustonville KY

Hustonville KY is in Lincoln County, Kentucky. Rolling green pastures and streams are what Hustonville KY is all about. It is part of the Danville Micropolitan Statistical Area - so close to Danville, it is a suburb for people who want to be out in the country - and country is what Hustonville has to offer. It is directly West of Chicken Bristle, KY which is home to the self-proclaimed Chicken Bristle Film Society.
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Junction City KY

Our mission in Junction City is to enrich the quality of life for all of our citizens. Build an attractive, inviting, and secure community. Work in partnership with our residents to foster community pride, spirit and promote citizenship. Develop a vibrant, diversified and prosperous economy. Plan for the future, preserve and celebrate our heritage, and exemplify sustainability and enhance the natural beauty of our environment.
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Lancaster KY

Located South of Lexington, Lancaster is known for Lancaster Gran Theatre and the Kennedy House, said to have been used in Uncle Tom's Cabin. The Lancaster Square is a hub of activity at the intersection of Highways 27 and 52. Lancaster has a rich history and is home to the beautifully restored Governor William Owsley House, a popular tourist attraction. The city also hosts many community events year-round, including fairs, festivals and parties.
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Lawrenceburg KY

Known as a friendly town, Lawrenceburg serves as the county seat of Anderson County and is located in the heart of the Bluegrass and Kentucky's Bourbon Region. In fact, we're and ideal location for visitors of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, as we're home to both Wild Turkey and Four Roses Distilleries. Our community is one of Kentucky's fastest growing, and also boasts nationally acclaimed wine and a world renowned cigar factory.
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Lexington Kentucky

Known as the "Horse Capital of the World", Lexington Kentucky is the heart of the state's Bluegrass region. Lexington ranks 10th among US cities in college education rate, with 39.5% of residents having at least a bachelor's degree. Lexington KY is one of the 'hippest' cities in the Southeast. Outstanding cuisine at over 120 non-chain restaurants. Cozy Bourbon bars. Tour many charming and historic Bourbon Distilleries. Lexington has a combined statistical area of 708,677 people.
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Midway KY

Meet Me In Midway! Midway has a rich history of thoroughbred horses being the epicenter of the thoroughbred industry with nationally renowned Airdrie Stud, Three Chimneys and Lane’s End Farm calling Midway their home. Midway is also a dining destination and is home to some of the best restaurants in Central Kentucky. Before dining enjoy many of our unique shops in downtown. Equus Run Vineyards, Kentucky Bourbon Trail, Irish Acres Antiques, Boyd's Orchard and Weisenberger Mill are must-sees
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Nicholasville Kentucky

Nicholasville is the 11th-largest settlement in the state. In the last few decades, Nicholasville has experienced rapid growth; the population increased 380% between 1970 and 2010. The Welcome mat is out in Nicholasville - for new residents and businesses, and claimed this growth to be "the envy of other cities across the state." The city is home to the Official Kentucky Wine & Vine Fest of KY. The festival showcases wines from commercial vineyards and amateur winemakers from across Kentucky.
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Perryville KY

A bucolic area - Perryville is a quaint Civil War Reenactment town of less than 800. In October 1862, the fields west of town were the site of the Battle of Perryville, an important encounter in the American Civil War that ended the Kentucky Campaign of Confederate generals Braxton Bragg and Edmund Kirby Smith. The Perryville Battlefield is preserved as a state park, and is the site of an reenactment of the battle every year.
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Stanford KY

Stanford is home to the 800 acre Cedar Creek Lake. Stanford is a city in Lincoln County, Kentucky, United States. It is one of the oldest settlements in Kentucky. Downtown Stanford offers a curated selection of hand-made items, home decor, antiques, farm-to-table dining and good ol’ southern charm, while Cedar Creek Lake is ranked 30th in the nation for bass fishing by Field and Stream magazine. Our waters, including the Dix River, are great for kayaking and canoeing too.
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Versailles KY

Lovely Versailles is within a short driving distance of Lexington, Frankfort and Louisville in the heart of the Bluegrass Region. Versailles was founded on June 23, 1792, on 80 acres (320,000 m2) of land owned by Hezekiah Briscoe, at the time only a child. His guardian, Major Marquis Calmes, named the town after Versailles, France, in honor of General Lafayette, a family friend. Woodford County is proud of numerous historic Kentucky bourbon distilleries including Woodford Reserve.