Brandenburg Real Estate by the Clinkenbeard Team
Located just 46 miles southwest of Louisville, Kentucky, Brandenburg offers a historic town that is located on the Ohio River. As the county seat of Meade County, this small city is the site of fairs and festivals, such as the "Christmas by the River" Festival. Real estate in this city will offers families a small town ambiance in which to live as well as possible river views and proximity to fishing, boating, outdoor recreation and much more. Homes in this community provide the fun of the Ohio Riverfront Park, where gatherings and concerts are held. Residents also can enjoy walking trails, an amphitheater and soccer fields for family fun and outdoor enjoyment.
Golfing is popular in the area, with a nine-hole course at the local country club and an 18-hole course at Doe Valley Golf Club in Meade County. The Meade Activity Center also offers a nine-hole course as well as tennis courts, swimming and clubhouse. Parks are an amenity that many residents enjoy; Meade-Olin Park includes ball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, disc golf, a playground and more. Riverfront Park also has ball fields and is the site of a concert series in the gazebo as well as events in the amphitheater. A view of the river is one of its scenic amenities and park goers enjoy watching the barges ply the Ohio River. Brandenburg is also the location of Otter Creek Park, where you and your family will enjoy camping, swimming, hiking, trails, fishing, ball courts and much more.
Travel down the Lincoln Trail to Hodgenville and the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln. There are historic sites to see and explore here; Hodgenville is also the location of the Lincoln Jamboree, a country music celebration since 1954.
Real Estate in Brandenburg includes lots with river views as well as single family homes. Properties may be situated on the lake in Doe Valley with views and access to the nearby marina. Ranch style homes as well as those with spacious front porches are part of the choices. Wooded lots surround many properties, and hardwood floors and high ceilings might add to the historic ambiance that is reflected in real estate here. Properties in this part of Kentucky may be contemporary; however, the charm of the past is often found within the details and designs of many residences.