Each time you step off the plane or out of the car onto the lush bluegrass of the Lexington city, it will immediately envelop you with the best of its Southern hospitality. Ranked as the cleanest city in the state, known for its exciting horseracing, fabulous bourbon, and natural beauty, the city of more than 300,000 residents, perfectly blends the small town feel with the big city’s offers.
Lexington retains the charm of a small town. Nestled at the intersection of Interstate 75 and 64, the city is highly accessible to many major metropolitan areas within an hour or just a few. It is just a one-hour drive from both Louisville and Cincinnati and only three hours from Nashville, Indianapolis and Knoxville. You can also use Bluegrass Airport for any further destinations.
Thanking its abundant healthcare, government and technology jobs, and a favorable business environment, the Lexington’s economy is one of the most stable in the nation. Forbes named Lexington 5th "Best Place for Businesses and Careers”. Two traditional great universities: the University of Kentucky and the Transylvania University, along with some smaller colleges located in Lexington will make your career opportunities abound
Known as the "Horse Capital of the World” the city brags about two award-wining horse-racing tracks: Keeneland with its richest history and the Red Mile, which is the 2nd oldest horse racing track in the nation. These are not only amazing horse farms and the breathtaking rolling hills scattered around the area that form the landscapes’ beauty. There is a plethora of wonderful parks, including the Raven Run Nature Sanctuary, Smith Street Park, Masterson Station Park, and the Kentucky Horse Park that offer acres of natural beauty with plenty of activities for everyone. You’ll also find there six public golf courses, several private golf courses, three dog parks and a public skate park at Woodland Park. Shopping area of Lexington consists of the largest mall in the state, dozens of national chain stores, marvelous boutique and antic stores. For a portion of culture and art, head to the Lexington Art League, Lyric Theater and Cultural Center or Tuska Center for Contemporary Art.
New Home Source will eagerly show you some of the best new homes in Lexington, so you can get on your way down to Kentucky very soon. The prices are ranging from the lowest $100s that fit most budget conscious purchasers and all the way up to $1,524,000 for an exquisite 5-bedroom energy efficient residence of more than 6,000 sq.ft.