Kentucky Apartments For Rent
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Known as the Bluegrass State, Kentucky is home to a variety of apartments and homes for rent. Some are the typical one and two bedroom apartments but with the added charm of brick facing and southern appeal. Residential communities offer up to three bedroom apartments with modern design and amenities. Homes for rent include single-family houses with beautiful landscaping and architecture to meet the needs of all the residents in the state.
Kentucky is a state boasting fertile soil and abundant natural resources including caves, waterways and hunting. Those who enjoy the outdoors will like exploring the Red River Gorge and the Cumberland Gap. Some of the prominent counties are Jefferson County, home of Louisville, Fayette County, home of the city of Lexington, and Warren County where Bowling Green is located. Kentucky's largest city, Louisville, is located along the Ohio River and is famous for the Kentucky Derby. This world-renowned horse race attracts visitors each year and is home to major universities and athletic teams. Lexington, in Fayette County, has a large population of college graduates and is known as the horse capital of the world.
The economy of Kentucky is supported by a variety of industries from agriculture to manufacturing and energy production. With its beautiful fields and rich soil, it remains a center of the tobacco industry for both business and farming. Kentucky is famous as a location for horse breeding and racing and the rolling, green hills offer ample space for goat, cattle and corn production. With regards to energy production, Kentucky is home to coal fields, which were once more prominent, but have declined and no longer employ as many workers. The local Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant provides uranium rods as a source of electricity. Bourbon is a growing market in Kentucky where millions of barrels of the whiskey are produced each year making Kentucky the world's largest supplier of bourbon whiskey.