Somerset, Kentucky, is located near the northeastern edge of Lake Cumberland in south central Kentucky. The area was first settled in the late 1700s, and that history still shines through in the community. When you start looking at homes, you'll find Colonials, Cape Cods, traditional ranches, and old farmhouses. You'll notice that a lot of the homes are on large plots of land that give a sense of privacy, but there are some homes in more traditional neighborhood settings.
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No matter what you're looking for in a home, chances are you'll be able to find something that you like in Somerset. The homes are great, and the neighborhoods are charming and quaint. Somerset is home to about 11,000 people, so it's not surprising that you can get a big sense of privacy when you live here. With its location so close to Lake Cumberland, the outdoor life is phenomenal in Somerset. You can spend a day vineyard hopping or out at the lake. You can go hunting and fishing near Somerset. You can go hiking or biking through the Daniel Boone National Forest and just enjoy being in the great outdoors. You can take your boat out for a spin on Lake Cumberland and try your hand at skiing. If the outdoors is your calling, than Somerset, Kentucky, would be a great place for you to live.
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