Build in Bowling Green, Kentucky
Bowling Green offers the perfect combination of location and lifestyle, and Jagoe Homes is proud to introduce Bowling Green’s new home communities and floorplans that offer lovely 1 story, 1.5 story and 2 story homes.
Build your Energy Smart Jagoe Home in Bowling Green and you’re building in southwestern Kentucky’s educational center and leader in medical care. The city is home to Western Kentucky University, where more than 20,000 students walk WKU’s beautiful campus. With 60,000 residents and a strong manufacturing base, Bowling Green is Kentucky’s third-largest city.
Jagoe Home’s McCoy Place community is adorned with energy efficient homes that feature brick exteriors on the front, sides and rear. With its wide streets, family-friendly sidewalks, and well-kept homes, McCoy Place is the neighborhood you’ve always wanted.
In our Springwater community, a wide variety of floorplans and elevations add both interest and charm to the neighborhood. You will be greeted by Energy Smart Jagoe homes that feature brick, vinyl and a combination of exteriors on the front, sides and rear of each home.
Make an Appointment to visit a beautiful Jagoe Model Home in Bowling Green’s Springfield Subdivision, McCoy Place Springwater communities.
Bowling Green – A Bustling Community
Located in southwestern Kentucky, Bowling Green dates back to 1775. It was once the provisional capital of the Kentucky Territory. Today this bustling community is the third-largest in the state, supported in part by a strong manufacturing base.
Bowling Green is a very active community with much to see and do. Beech Bend Park & Splash Lagoon is the perfect family summer destination. Get back to nature in a big way with the Lost River Cave, offering exciting underground boat tours. And Mammoth Cave National Park, with the largest known underground cave system in the world, is just 30 miles away. For a different, thrilling perspective, fly Southern Kentucky in a hot air balloon! Visit eHotAir.com for more information.
Much of Bowling Green’s rich history has survived thanks to the efforts of preservationist societies. Among many other community attractions, the Kentucky Museum, the Historic Railpark and Train Museum, Aviation Heritage Park and South Union Shaker Village beckon history buffs.
For an online copy of the Bowling Green Visitors’ Guide, click here.