Relocate to Lexington, KY
Welcome to Lexington and the Bluegrass Region – a thriving area nestled in the heart of Kentucky. Here you will discover the perfect combination of breathtaking countryside and cosmopolitan amenities.
Home to 450 horse farms, Lexington is considered the Horse Capital of the World. Some of the wealthiest residents are horses, and they are frequently visited by queens, counts and sheiks. Today there are plenty of museums, art galleries, shopping opportunities, historic homes, sporting venues and restaurants guaranteed to please a variety of tastes.
Located within a days drive of 75% of the U.S. population, Lexington is the gateway to the South, and is centrally located in the Bluegrass Region at the crossroads of I-75 and 1-64. Lexington is accessible by air with approximately 100 direct and nonstop flights. If you arrive by air, be sure to request a window seat to witness one of America’s most beautiful air approaches. Once you have landed, Blue Grass Airport is a convenient 10 minute drive from downtown.
Lexington is known as a “large small town”, with a population of 250 - 300,000. Lexington and the Bluegrass have four distinct seasons, with no prolonged periods of heat, cold, rain, wind or snow.
More and more horse people are choosing to purchase in Lexington because it is so “horse friendly”. Whether you are interested in looking at land, farms, or residential properties, give me a call, and I will be happy to take you on a tour!
Universities/Colleges in Lexington and the region include the University of Kentucky, Transylvania University, Georgetown College, Midway College, Sullivan University, Lexington Community College, Berea College, Centre College, Eastern Kentucky University, Kentucky State University, Lexington Theological Seminary, Asbury Theological Seminary, Asbury College, Spencerian College and the National College of Business and Technology.