Nestled between the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi River, the bluegrass state features remarkable geographic diversity with a rich cultural heritage including the distinction as the horse breeding capital of the world. Kentucky is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and sportsmen where adventurers can explore 1,100 miles of waterways, Mammoth Cave (the longest cave system in the world), 17 pristine state parks and over 180 golf courses. The state celebrates its history with over 700 unique festivals, from bluegrass music to barbecue and special tributes to great Americans like Daniel Boone and Abraham Lincoln––– Kentucky has a festival and a region for everyone’ tastes.
The famed Bluegrass region is all about equestrian real estate and horse enthusiasts with a number of excellent racetracks, 450 thoroughbred farms and a world–class park. The interestingly named Caves, Lakes, & Corvettes region sits over the caves and caverns of Mammoth Cave National Park. You’ll also discover the beautiful Green and Nolin Rivers there and explore the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, a tribute to America’s original sports car.
Daniel Boone Country is the home to the a National Forest and extraordinary landforms like the canyons of the Red River Gorge and Natural Bridge’s sandstone arches. The Kentucky Appalachians is known for exceptional mountain property with grand views and a true country lifestyle.
Kentucky’s Derby Region is the birthplace Abraham Lincoln and the location of Kentucky’s finest best bourbon distilleries. This distinctive region includes the state’s largest urban area, metropolitan Louisville, which recently has become a major center for the health care and medical sciences industries.
Two of the largest man–made lakes in the country, Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley, are located in Kentucky's Western Waterlands where lakefront property and vacation real estate is quite popular. Additionally, the Ohio, Cumberland, Mississippi and Tennessee Rivers all flow through this incredible region, helping to create the fabulous 170,000–acre Land Between the Lakes Recreation Area.
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