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Richmond

Why you'd want to live in Richmond

One of Kentucky's fastest-growing cities, Richmond boasts a wide variety of theaters, live entertainment, cultural activities, and many areas of scenic and historic interest. Historic Downtown Richmond is one of the finest restored 19th century commercial districts in the Southeast. The Irvinton House Museum is an opulent 1820 mansion complete with its original furnishings. White Hall State Historic Site is the former home of emancipationist and publisher Cassius Marcellus Clay, who was also U. S. minister to Russia and a close friend of Abraham Lincoln. Twelve miles to the north of the city is Fort Boonesborough State Park, the site of a famous Kentucky settlement established by Daniel Boone in 1775. The site has been reconstructed as a working fort which also houses The Kentucky River Museum, depicting life on the river as it was circa-1900. Other area attractions include the following: Bybee Pottery: In business since 1809 The Hummel Planetarium and Space Theater at Eastern Kentucky University Daniel Boone Monument Lake Reba Recreational Complex Madison County Courthouse Richmond Area Arts Center Richmond Cemetery Richmond Raceway Jolly Time Arcade The Eastern Kentucky University athletic program is responsible for some top-notch collegiate sports action in Richmond. The University's sports teams, known as the Colonels, compete in the NCAA's Division I (I-AA for football) as members of the Ohio Valley Conference. The Colonels have a tradition of success. The football team has claimed 16 conference titles and two Division I-AA National Championships (1979, 1982). More recently, the University's men's and women's basketball teams both won their respective Ohio Valley Conference tournament championships in 2005. A two-hour drive in the westerly direction brings thoroughbred racing fans to Louisville, home of Churchill Downs. This legendary racetrack is home to the world-famous Kentucky Derby, the first leg of racing's Triple Crown, held on the first Saturday in May every year. via citytowninfo.com

Richmond Market Report

$413,895

AVERAGE PRICE OF 474 HOMES

$372,995

AVERAGE PRICE OF 169 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$588,335

AVERAGE PRICE OF 10 HOMES WITH A POOL

$4,654,785

AVERAGE PRICE OF 20 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$483,899

AVERAGE PRICE OF 9 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

$699,000

AVERAGE PRICE OF 1 DISTRESSED HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $413,895
Avg Bedrooms 4.09 beds
Avg Bathrooms 3.1 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom $308,800
2 bedrooms $232,442
3 bedrooms $523,699
4 bedrooms $394,595
5 bedrooms $558,027
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Madison Central High School 292 $523,225 201 days
Madison So 106 $166,156 312 days
Madison Co 8 $376,262 131 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 474 $413,895 234 days
Newly Built Homes 169 $372,995 110 days
Homes with a Pool 10 $588,335 67 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 20 $4,654,785 211 days
Reduced Price Homes 9 $483,899 142 days
Distressed Homes 1 $699,000 657 days
Denniston Realty
Brandon Feltner
PO Box 346
Georgetown, KY 40324
606-233-1259

Blake Henderson
Honor Home Loans
505 Wellington Way, Ste 110
Lexington, KY 40503
859-437-4064

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