Farmer and Company Real Estates newest office is located Paduca, Kentucky. Paducah is inMcCracken County and part of Jackson Purcahse, the extreme western end of Kentucky. As of 2000, the population was 65,514. The county seat, largest city, and only incorporated community is Paducah. The county encompasses 268 sq miles.
The combination of southern charm and hospitality that originated with Paducah’s founding in 1827 is still alive and well in the river city today. Blending a rich history with a stable economy, healthy business climate, and outstanding schools and neighborhoods, Paducah is an excellent place to raise a family or start a business.
Paducah not only has a booming business climate, but also boasts a thriving arts community. From theaters and museums to parks and sporting events, visitors and residents to the city are never bored with the smorgasbord of offerings. The National Quilt Museum is dedicated to the accomplishments of today's quilters and draws large crowds from around the world each year, especially during the annual AQS Natioanl Quilt Show, held each April. The Museum is the largest of its kinds.
In addition, year-round performances by the Paducah Symphony and Market House Theater entertain visitors & residents. The Luther F Carson Four Rivers Center, a 94,400 sq ft facility surpasses any existing entertainment venue in the area. The Center features Broadways shows in addition to nationally & internationally known music artists and performers.
Those with a love for the outdoors will appreciate that three state parks - Kenlake State Restort Park, Kentucky Dam Village and Lake Barkley State Resort Park - are all within a 45 minute drive from Paducah. Offering scenic shores, challenging golf courses and fully equippmed Marina's, they are the perfect spot to enjoy the great outdoors!
Education is also top-notch in McCracken County. Public and private schools, colleges and universities in the area provide a multitude of quality educational opprotunties to secure a bright future for students who will eventually enter all sectors of the workforce.