With an office centrally located in Shelby County, we proudly serve Shelby, Henry, Spencer, Oldham, Jefferson, and Anderson counties in Kentucky. Each of these counties offers a unique landscape and community, so there is sure to be the perfect place for your family! Check out these resources to learn more about the areas that you could call home.
Our office is located in the heart of downtown Shelbyville, an area rich in history and natural beauty. There’s something for everyone in our little piece of Kentucky, from a vibrant cultural landscape to a top-notch education system. Oh, and don’t forget the horses! Shelbyville is proud to be the American Saddlebred Capital of the World, with over 90 saddlebred farms throughout the county.
Henry County is an idyllic collection of small-town America, nestled in beautiful countryside but located within reasonable distance from urban amenities. Home to Lake Jericho and the Kentucky Renaissance Faire, there is something for outdoor enthusiasts and history lovers alike.
Spencer County is more than just a suburb of Louisville—it is a rich farming community and home to Taylorsville Lake, the most heavily stocked fishing lake in Kentucky. The perfect place for sports enthusiasts, Spencer County houses hiking and biking trails, golf courses, and an abundance of deer and wild turkey.
Oldham County, located just east of the Louisville Metro Area, is known for its beautiful architecture and outstanding school system. With 9 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, and 3 high schools, you will find the ideal learning environment for your student. There are also breweries, art galleries, and even a piece of the Underground Railroad in this busy suburb—so you’ll always find something to do!
- Oldham County Resources: https://www.oldhamcountyky.gov/
- Oldham County Tourism: https://touroldham.com/
- Oldham County Schools: https://www.oldham.kyschools.us/
- Oldham County Parks: https://www.oldhamcountyky.gov/oldham-county-parks-recreation
Anderson County is settled in the heart of Bluegrass, along the Kentucky River. It is a community steeped in history, and there are a variety of historical sites to visit. Additionally, Lawrenceburg is located on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, so aficionados of the spirit will find plenty to explore.
Jefferson County is home to Louisville, the biggest city in Kentucky. With a big city comes big city amenities, including an international airport, business headquarters for three Fortune 500 companies, and a wealth of employment, education and entertainment options. Two large universities also call the county home—the University of Louisville and Bellarmine University—as well as a variety of smaller higher education institutions. The sprawling city is divided into neighborhood communities, so you’ll find the perfect home for your lifestyle.