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No place in the word does bourbon as well as Kentucky. The Bourbon Trail reveals just how wonderful whiskey in the Bluegrass State is. Notable stops include the Wild Turkey Distillery, the Jim Beam American Stillhouse, and Maker's Mark.
It's not just the Bourbon - enjoy reasonable real estate prices! In Kentucky, property value per square foot is $93, compared to $119 nationally. When you search through Kentucky home listings, you may find that you can get more overall square footage for your price range than you can in most other states. You can find great deals anywhere, from near Jefferson Memorial Forest, south of Louisville, to the area by the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport in Hebron
Kentucky is also known for its rolling hills and horses. See them race at venues like Keeneland and catch the Kentucky Derby, the first leg of the Triple Crown, at Churchill Downs. If you want to see these beautiful creatures in a more natural habitat, check out the iconic Kentucky Horse Park, where legends roam the grounds
Test your golf game! Kentucky's picturesque landscape has allowed for the development of beautiful, challenging courses. Valhalla Golf Club, which has been the site of numerous PGA tournaments, is perhaps the state's best. The Club at Olde Stone (Bowling Green) and Champion Trace Golf Club (Nicholasville) are two other exceptional courses
Great scenery can be found all over the Bluegrass State, from the Cumberland Gap National Park to Red River Gorge. Mammoth Cave National Park boasts the longest cave system known to man. Meanwhile, the Land between the Lakes Recreational Area is the spot for water recreation. Homes for sale in Kentucky can also be found within, and on the edges of many beautiful locations.
The National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green puts the flashy history of one of America's favorite cars on proud display. The Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor in Fort Knox showcases all sorts of military artifacts, while the Louisville Slugger Museum is the place to learn about the most famous baseball bat on the planet
Stretch out in your yard! In the Bluegrass State, 67.3% of housing units are detached houses -- higher than the national average. Hence, most properties for sale come with a lawn. While you're not going to have the space that Daniel Boone National Forest or Knobs State Forest have, even the most modest houses have room for outdoor recreation, gardening, and more. Look outside major urban areas like Covington and Lexington to find dwellings with sizable yards
Attend great music festivals! From the Forecastle Festival at Waterfront Park in Louisville to the Moontower Music Festival at Masterson Station Park in Lexington, Kentucky grooves to the music throughout the year. Find your type of festival and live it up.
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