I-71 Corridor Offers Diverse and Affordable Housing Options

Millennials, growing families and retirees can afford to purchase a home in Kentucky’s I-71 Corridor. Our five county region offers a wide variety of housing options that let buyers explore far beyond housing developments. Want a house on the river? We have that. Looking for property large enough to hunt in your own backyard, or want to stable your own horses? We have land for that too. Prefer a charming historic home with Victorian-era charm? You can find that here. Looking for senior living, a townhome or apartment for rent? You can find that in Kentucky’s I-71 Corridor as well. The only difference is that you’ll find it here for a fraction of what it costs elsewhere. Our cost of living is lower than in most states, making it easier to find, and afford, your dream home.

Our Region is Diverse: Find Your Ideal Lifestyle Here

Within the I-71 Corridor you can live near luxury shopping and dining, have land large enough to stable and ride your horses, live on the water, be surrounded by nature or live in a charming downtown area. Large or small, estate or downtown Victorian - everything is available here at an affordable purchase price - and the property taxes are low!

Buy a Home in the I-71 Corridor to Save Money

Owen County’s median home price is only $111,371! Those low prices can come with spectacular amenities. For example, you can buy acreage on Elmer Davis Lake for the prices of a new SUV.

Speaking of waterfront, Carroll County has existing homes for sale with river views for less than $150,000! Carroll County’s median home price is only $122,300 so homes are very affordable here!

Gallatin County’s median home price is only $123,474 but the real deals can be found in raw land. There is a new development going in off of Glencoe’s I-71 exit and lots start at just $5,000!

Charming ranchers and family homes can be purchased in Henry County, well within their median home price of only $141,680! Those willing to increase their budget can purchase exquisite victorians with historic features.

Oldham County’s homes cost a bit more, but the county also offers the option of buying much larger homes. Brick colonial mansions with gracious white pillars and grand entryways can be found in Oldham County, as can the executive homes that many professionals are searching for.

The cost of homeownership is lower here as well, given that our region has low property taxes.

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