As you take a tour of Lexington, KY, you will be moved by the number of historically significant sites throughout the community. From the Mary Todd Lincoln House to the Henry Clay Estate, this area boasts many important homes and buildings. Yet it is so much more than just its history. Lexington is a thriving, friendly city where people are pleased to live. It has a vibrant arts scene, active equestrian community, excellent local shopping opportunities and strong educational heritage. Everywhere you look in Lexington, you will see a city waiting to welcome you home.
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For those who call Lexington home, the community is practically perfect. It boasts a mild climate, with pleasant summer temperatures that are conducive to outdoor recreation. A wealth of well-maintained parks keep residents involved in the community as they spend time outdoors, whether with their horses or with their families or both. It also boasts a low crime rate, so people feel safe as they interact with their community. With all of these benefits, what's not to love?
Lexington is one of the most highly educated communities in the state of Kentucky, with nearly 40 percent of its residents holding a bachelor's degree or higher. In fact, this makes it the 10th most educated city in the nation. Because of the highly educated population, Lexington residents take great pride in their public school system.
Students attend Fayette County schools, and several are highly rated. Elementary school students enjoy the offerings at Veterans Park and Ashland Elementary Schools, while middle school students can receive a quality education at Beaumont Middle School and Scapa at Bluegrass. Henry Clay High School and Lafayette High School are just some examples of the quality high school offerings in the community.
If you want employment in any aspect of the equestrian industry, then Lexington is the place to move. Yet ranches, breeding and boarding facilities, veterinary medicine and training are just a fraction of the employment options in the city. The University of Kentucky is the largest employer in the region, followed by the Toyota Motor Manufacturing facility and Fayette County Public Schools. Numerous retail and a few manufacturing opportunities are also available to residents of this Kentucky city, making employment options quite varied. It's no wonder that Lexington has a lower-than-average unemployment rate with all of the offerings it provides.
As you browse the available homes for sale in Lexington, KY, you will be struck by the affordability of the properties. Lexington area homes are beautiful and represent a variety of real estate options, but they are also much more affordable than homes in similarly sized cities. By purchasing real estate in Lexington, you can enjoy all of the charm and ambiance of the Horse Capital of the World, without a high price tag.
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