View Henry County Homes for Sale in Kentucky. Just north east of the Louisville area, Henry County is home to the incorporated cities of New Castle, Eminence, Campbellsburg, Smithfield and Pleasureville (there are also 8 unincorporated areas within Henry County). Overall, Henry County offers a number of benefits to her residents, from a low cost of living and sunny weather to low crime rates and a comfortable atmosphere. The area is known for its tobacco and hay production, but local leaders have seen a need to diversify the county's offering, so over the next 25 year efforts will be made to branch out to other crops to increase business and revenue for the area. Henry County also offers a number of attractions: Lake Jerico, a 137-acre lake in the county, provides camping, boating, picnic areas and more. The Harvest Showcase is an annual event that is a celebration of rural community, offering live music, food, antique tractors, livestock displays, entertainment and more. The county also offers a popular County Fair, and for those looking for some excitement, the annual Renaissance Faire is also very popular. Home and properties in Henry County are affordable, with many different options available throughout the county. If you're interested in learning more about Henry County, contact Semonin Realtors for more information and a list of all active homes for sale in Henry County, Kentucky.

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