Building a Log Home in Kentucky? VIDEO

Finally, somebody’s thinking. I just heard about this – and wanted our readers to know about it. Kentucky has traditionally been a ‘log home’ state. People LOVE log homes – and so do I, but I don’t like some of … Continue reading

Danville, KY Economic Development Chief Speaks on the Future of the Area

Lassiter sees better days ahead for local economy. by David Brock, 8:17 p.m. EDT, June 18, 2011 If Jody Lassiter’s itinerary is any indication, there could be reason to have hope for a local economy that has suffered significant job … Continue reading

Marksbury featured in Edible Louisville’s Solving the Meat-to-Market Riddle

The implications of these relatively new facilities are promising for Kentucky farmers, Kentucky users and the Kentucky small-farm economy. Both add processing facilities, long acknowledged as a bottleneck for the thriving local meat industry (Kentucky could use more). A more … Continue reading

What you get for $330,000 New York Times

What you get for $330,000 – New York Times article on a property we have listed on our site – right here in Danville, KY DANVILLE, KY. WHAT: A two-bedroom two-and-a-half-bath log house on 23 acres HOW MUCH: $325,000 … Continue reading

Historic Log Home on 23 ac with stream Danville, KY

Historic Log House for sale on 23 acres with a stream. Master craftsman Benjamin Sochacki creates a work of art at Irvin Station by utilizing the original Irvin Station cabin and reclaiming the Old Schoolhouse at Bradsfordsville… Those original logs … Continue reading

Flash Mob at Centre College Danville, KY

Flash Dance Mob at Centre College Danville, KY singing Teenage Dream by Katy Perry … Continue reading

Historic Log Home on 23 acres of land Danville, KY

Those original logs (dated 1774) were diligently marked and masterfully restacked in 1992 to form the centerpiece of this beautifully executed home. Lots more info and images – and Videos, click here. A powerful combination of history … Continue reading

Danville, KY’s Centre College Ranked #1 in the South

For the second year in a row, Centre College has been ranked by Forbes magazine as the No. # 1 college or university in the South. Forbes released its list of the top 10 schools of higher education in the … Continue reading

10 Great Places to Retire in the U.S.

10 Great Places to Retire in the U.S. by Karen Haywood Queen – Saturday, October 16, 2010 Your retirement planning may include visions of a home close to the beach, mountains or a lake. Or maybe you’re hoping for a … Continue reading

is Kentucky Real Estate a good investment?

Real Estate investments are long term. There’s no market exchange that magically turns your property into cash. The flip side of that is the stock market cannot wipe out your property value because of a change in leadership or a … Continue reading

Just a Horse

Just a horse? Do you love horses? Do you dream of owning a Horse Farm – a ranch of your own? Call us – we have what you are looking for in an affordable area. land, sale, buy, farm, land, … Continue reading

Wilderness Trace area of the Bluegrass Region

Wilderness Trace The first paths blazed through wilderness in central Kentucky (Danville Harrodsburg Perryville area) were “traces” – notches axed into trees to make the route. Often these traces followed trails cut by the hooves of buffalo or tramped down … Continue reading

Bourbon Chase Kentucky 2010 The Bourbon Chase is a unique, overnight relay adventure in which teams of runners cover 200 miles of scenic byways along the famous Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Participants will experience the best of Kentucky. Starting near Bardstown, the Bourbon Capital … Continue reading

Danville’s Centre was named the 24th best educational institution in the U.S

Forbes ranks Centre No. 24 among all U.S. colleges and universities August 12, 2010 By Leigh Ivey In Forbes magazine’s 2010 America’s Best Colleges rankings, Centre was named the 24th best educational institution in the U.S.   In the top … Continue reading

Kentucky’s wine industry is back

KENTUCKY WINERIES WIN AWARDS IN INDIANA, IOWA COMPETITIONS Posted: Aug 11, 2010 11:25 AM Updated: Aug 11, 2010 11:54 AM Kentucky wineries brought home 32 medals, including two double golds and five golds, at the Indy International Wine Competition in … Continue reading