Lexington KY Homes for Sale
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Lexington Real Estate, Community Information and Fun Facts
There's never a dull moment living in Lexington with thousands of entertainment and recreational options to choose from! Take a relaxing hike at Raven Run Nature Sanctuary or lounge in one of the city's noteworthy parks. Or, enjoy the glamorous Kentucky pastime of horse racing at Keeneland (home of the movie Seabiscuit!) or an exciting University of Kentucky basketball game. Still craving more? Then take a tour of the JIF Peanut Butter plant (the largest peanut butter manufacturing plant in the U.S.) or tickle your funny bone at the highly acclaimed Comedy Off Broadway, the possibilities are endless!
Lexington enjoys a rich and colorful history with deep roots in American culture. Founded in 1775, the city was originally part of Virginia until Kentucky became a state in 1792. By the 1820s Lexington was the wealthiest and largest city west of the Allegheny Mountains and quickly became known as the "Athens of the West." In fact, John Hunt one of Lexington's residents became the first millionaire. Other historical residents with strong ties to Lexington include former President Abraham Lincoln and Henry Clay, Vice President of the United States and graduate of Transylvania University, which was founded in 1780 and is the nation's 16 oldest university. That is my University too! As you can see, education is greatly valued in the community, which makes it a great place to raise a family. Single family homes for sale in the Lexington area can be found conveniently near schools. Additional Lexington school information and resources are also provided for free, courtesy of Kim Soper.
Today, Lexington is a thriving metropolitan city experiencing rapid growth while remaining highly focused on the preservation of its natural bluegrass scenic beauty. This focus makes Lexington a great place to live, work and enjoy the rich history the city has to offer. Culturally, the city demonstrates a deeply sociable character, with an appreciation for the arts with examples including two ballet companies, the Actors Guild of Lexington, the Lexington Philharmonic, the Lexington Children's Theater, and the Lexington Opera House as well as a diverse festival lineup including events like Mayfest held Mother's Day weekend in Gratz Park, the Woodland Arts Fair, Picnic with the Pops, Southern Lights, A Midsummer's Night Run, the weekly Farmer's Market, Gallery Hops, Roots and Heritage Festival, and many more! Another cultural phenomenon for Lexington and Kentucky as a whole is its immense support of the University of Kentucky athletics program, most notably with its 8-time NCAA Championship Wildcats basketball - most victories of any school in the nation.
The tranquil beauty, unique social culture, and Lexington's own influential style has caught the world's attention! American designer Ralph Lauren has been quoted saying that Lexington is one of only three other cities in the U.S. that he could base his entire fashion collection. Lexington's close city neighbor of Versailles adds further excitement to the region. Versailles is a city of only eight nationally to be deemed a Preserved American Community and is also one that attracts big Hollywood movie productions like Dreamers and Elizabethtown. Lexington also played host to the 2010 World Equestrian Games, the first time it was ever held outside of Europe which attracted over 600 million viewers to the Bluegrass Region.
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