Oh, there's no place like home? Where have you heard that before? Well, Dorothy wanted to go home to Kansas, but I want to stay at home in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. Why, you might ask. Have you ever seen the rolling hills of central Kentucky? Just drive about 25 miles west of Lexington, past Keeneland Race Track and the beautiful horse farms, then you enter this quiet, little community called Lawrenceburg.
Lawrenceburg is known for it great schools, low crime rate and family environment. We are a bedroom community to our state capital, Frankfort and our larger cities, Lexington and Louisville. A lot of people live in Lawrenceburg and commute the 30 to 45 minutes for their jobs. They want to come home, like Dorothy, to what they love.!
Real estate in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky is very affordable compared to surrounding areas. A lot of people feel they are able to buy larger homes for a lot less money and lower tax rates. There are still many farms in Anderson County adding beautiful views to the town.
Lawrenceburg is also known for our famous "S" bridge that crosses the Kentucky River.
In addition are our two distilleries, Wild Turkey and Four Roses. We also have the Lovers Leap Winery.
Lawrenceburg is located between two major thorough fares, Interstate 64 and the Martha Layne Collins Parkway. This provides for great ease to adjoining cities such as Harrodsburg, Versailles, Springfield, Shelbyville, Frankfort, Louisville, Georgetown and Lexington.
Have you ever been to Lawrenceburg, Kentucky? If so, tell me your favorite feature or memory.