Kentucky Home Builder
Kentucky is a great place to visit. Attractions include Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site, Boone Station Historic State Park, Mammoth Cave National Park, Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, Barren River Lake State Resort Park, Lake Malone State Park, James Audubon State Park, Kincaid Lake State Park, Pennyrile Forest State Park, Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, Old Fort Harrod State Park and many other great places to see.
Kentucky New Home Builders By City
Ray Jones & Sons Builders - 270 782-0400
Arlinghaus Builders - 859 392-8900
Kipper Homes - 270 234-2865
Scott C Bryan Builders - 502 223-4699
Poynter Homes - 270 659-0676
Jagoe Homes - 270 826-5500
Blacksmith Homes - 502 266-0061
Integrity Home Builders - 502 933-0120
Paul J Martin Builders - 270 686-7090
Jones Builders - 502 942-9559
Ball Homes - 859 623-1264
Cumberland Housing - 606 679-1933
And, Kentucky is an even better place to raise a family. Kentucky home builders build great homes and communities to fit all budgets and lifestyles. Whether you are just starting out and raising a family or looking for a retirement home in a quiet neighborhood, Kentucky has it all. There are great cities including Ashland, Bowling Green, Covington, Danville, Elizabethtown, Florence, Frankfort, Georgetown, Glasgow, Henderson, Hopkinsville, Jeffersontown, Lexington, Louisville, Madisonville, Murray, Newburg, Owensboro, Paducah, Pikeville, Pleasure Ridge, Radcliff, Richmond, Somerset, Valley Station and many outlying communities where builders offer new homes.
If you like the outdoors Kentucky has great camping and fishing at lakes like Barren River Lake, Cave Run Lake, Dale Hollow Lake, Green River Lake, Herrington Lake, Kentucky Lake, Lake Barkley, Lake Cumberland, Laurel River Lake, Nolin River Lake, Rough River Lake, Taylorsville Lake, Yatesville Lake and many other areas to enjoy the great outdoors.
Kentucky New Home Builders
Motivated by a zeal to build great communities and governed by state and local building codes, these Kentucky homebuilders are anxious to build you a house you'll be proud to call home. The Kentucky Home Builders Association is a great place to get information about member builders. The Kentucky Real Estate Board can provide information regarding the brokers involved in developing new home communities in your area.
New Home Builders By State