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Welcome to Bowling Green, KY

Warren County was formed in 1796 and named to honor General Joseph Warren who dispatched William Dawes and Paul Revere on their midnight ride to warn that the British were coming.  He was also a hero during the Revolutionary War in the Battle of Bunker Hill.  Bowling Green was officially established in 1798.

Today Bowling Green is the fourth largest city in Kentucky and is located within a day’s travel of nearly 50 percent of the U.S.  The city made it to the list of the “Best Small Places for Business” in the 2006 edition of Forbes Magazine.

General Motors moved its Corvette plant here in 1981 and an annual National Corvette Homecoming honors this event in August.  In 1994 the National Corvette Museum was constructed and can be toured as well as the plant.  The Plant added the construction of the Cadillac XLR to its business in 2003.

Several other industries call Bowling Green home such as:  Fruit of the Loom, Holley Performance Products, Eagle Industries, Pan-Oston, DESA Heating, Camping World, Weyerhauser, SCA, Trace Die Cast, Bowling Green Metalforming a division of Magna International, and Houchens Industries, Inc.  This is just the tip of our industry base.

Western Kentucky University (WKU Hilltoppers) is the 3rd largest public university in Kentucky and is located in Bowling Green as well.  It was founded in 1906 when Henry Hardin Cherry, the president and owner, donated the school to the state as the basis of Western Kentucky State Normal School, now WKU. 

Bowling Green is the county seat of Warren County, but the county is also comprised of four incorporated cities known as Smiths Grove, Plum Springs, Woodburn and Oakland and five rural unincorporated areas known as Richardsville, Rockfield, Alvaton, Plano and Richpond. 

Bowling Green Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 51 homes for sale in Bowling Green, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
100% Single Family.

100% Single Family

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 50
Average Home Size 565 ft² / 52 m²
Price Range ($104,900 - $4,300,000)

Weather in Bowling Green

The average high temperatures in Bowling Green range from 44 in January to 89 in July

Average home income in Bowling Green

The average household income of a Bowling Green resident is $62,850 with an average home value of $145,209

Population of Bowling Green

Bowling Green has 106,614 residents.

Home ownership in Bowling Green

The average level of home ownership in Bowling Green is 57%.

Education breakdown of Bowling Green

Education levels of residents of Bowling Green include: highschool 32%, associate 6%, bachelor 17%, graduate 10%.

Households in Bowling Green

Bowling Green has 41,021 homes, built on average 37 years ago.

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You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 50 homes for sale in Bowling Green. These homes are comprised of Single Family. The average list price of these property results is 455,919. Prices are listed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Bowling Green please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 51 homes for sale in Bowling Green, KY are represented by 1 member brokerages serving the Bowling Green area. Member brokerages representing the 51 homes include Crye*Leike Executive Realty.