Nashville, Louisville, St. Louis; what do all of these cities have in common? They are all a short drive from your new home in Glasgow, Kentucky. Located where three major interstates converge, you will have easy access to dozens of top tourist cities offering endless opportunities to explore, but that is only if you choose to leave the lush, green surroundings in the quaint suburb of Glasgow. You will find yourself enjoying the slower pace of life away from big cities and engaging in more leisurely activities like fishing, taking nature walks and horseback riding. This town will really make you appreciate what nature has to offer.
In this region you are sure to be a Cardinals fan, take a trip to Louisville to spend college game day tailgating then cheering on your local college football team or go to St. Louis to enjoy a baseball game. Sports are definitely a favorite pass time throughout the area and you will have a selection of sports and teams to choose from.
Even before you make the move, you will realize that this small town offers an abundance of opportunities you will be able to take advantage of. With nearby Western Kentucky University, you will be able to further your education and your career. This will also be a great opportunity to network with the local alumni to ensure you have a support system in your new hometown. In addition to your college friends, you will also find support in your local church. With more than a dozen churches to choose from, you are sure to find the right one for you where you will make lifelong friends and get involved in the community. Even if you have never attended church in the past, you are sure to find a place that welcomes you with open arms to help you settle in.
Builders in this region are waiting for you to reach out to start building your brand new, custom dream home. Contact Clayton Homes, Elite Built Homes or another of others to find the right fit for your project then find your perfect plot of land just outside of the tree line and start building. Use New Home Source to find and contact your builder and the research the local area. Plan your first trip to shop for land and explore the town and meet the locals to see how well you will fit in to this tight-knit community.