Lexington Rural Homes for Sale
From magnificent, historic bluegrass estates to adorable country ranches, the choice of rural Lexington Kentucky homes should satisfy the needs of anyone seeking a quiet lifestyle. The sheer quality of the many fine Lexington rural homes for sale which punctuate this stunning panorama, makes house hunting here thoroughly enticing. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of country living, happy in the knowledge that the city, with its many amenities, is never too far away.
Browse rural Lexington real estate listings below, or read more about rural Lexington homes and see why living in Kentucky's famous bluegrass region is for you.
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Lexington Rural Real Estate
Rural Kentucky real estate means space, and with the open fields and broad skies come the homes to match. Sprawling equestrian estates lie at the heart of bluegrass fields, providing home to the country's best horses.
Here residents and visitors alike will find peace in stately colonial era homes, draped in old-world luxury and charm.
Soaring entry ways, facades in classical Greek style, and broad palatial windows are commonplace. Yet the grandeur of the thoroughbred lifestyle is not the only lifestyle or architectural aesthetic on offer here.
More reserved examples in red-brick or even log cabins can also be found. Barns and other farm buildings, in muted colors and adorned with functional cupulas, array themselves in pleasing configurations.
Equestrian facilities are a staple on many properties, representing the area's storied past in thoroughbred racing and breeding history.
And in all cases, these tastefully wrought structures lie nestled at the heart of long, rolling greens and tree-lined drives. This is white-picket fence living magnified to park-like scales.
Find a property within the Louisville-Lexington-Covington triangle for easy access to these urban centers and the exclusive rural communities within. Or, take up residence beyond Lexington to the east or south and enjoy seclusion at a lower price.
From delightful country retreats, off the beaten track, to extraordinary colonial mansions, set in acres of mature gardens, the choice really is outstanding.
Living in Rural Lexington
There is something very special about the Kentucky countryside. Is it the gentle, rolling swathes of bluegrass which carpet the landscape, and nourish our legendary horses? Or the knowledge that the rich soil beneath our feet is enchanted with proud American history? Whatever the reasons, the fact remains that many are irresistibly drawn to this alluring region, and to properties in rural Lexington and other parts of KY.
Outdoor Attractions around Lexington
The countryside in Kentucky has no shortage of parks, creeks, rivers, ponds, and lakes for the avid outdoorsman to enjoy.
For example, those living around Lexington will enjoy trips to the vast Daniel Boone National Forest to the southwest. And fishermen and golfers will have their pick of premier venues as well
Other parks in the area include McConnell's Springs, Raven Run, Veteran's Park, Legacy Trail, Town Branch Trail, Jacobson Park, The Red River Gorge, The Pinnacles in Berea, and the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area.
Attractions in Lexington City
If you're looking to get away from getting away from it all, then Lexington itself provides a host of world-class attractions.
Breweries and distilleries of every variety can be found in and around Lexington, with a notable mention being the highly-rated James E. Pepper Distillery in the downtown area.
For a more sober experience, visit one of the many historic sites or museums, like the Aviation Museum of Kentucky, The Mary Todd Lincoln House, or The Henry Clay Estate.
Visit the historic University of Kentucky campus, founded in the 19th century, with its scenic arboretum and see the beautiful selection of flowers and trees.
The Cathedral of Christ the King in Lexington is another beautiful landmark. Rendered in grand Art-Deco, this place of worship is a sight to behold.
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