Lebanon Junction, KY

Lebanon Junction is a small town in Kentucky with a population of 1800 people. The town was originally formed by railroad workers who inhabited the town as the new rail line ran through and ended in Lebanon Junction. Major industry in the area includes the Publisherís Printing Company and the new work on the levees which was put in to reduce flooding in the area. Located just 21 miles from Fort Knox, the town offers a rural, slow-paced community for those looking to settle in the area.

Homes for sale in the area start at $179,000 for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath residence. Apartments and homes for rent are available at a monthly starting rate of $600 for a 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit. Hotels in the area offer temporary lodging for visitors. Accommodations such as the Ramada and the Fairfield Inn offer free breakfasts and free newspapers for a nightly rate starting at $69.

Nearby major attractions include the General Patton Museum offering historical exhibits that consist of the WWI, WW2, Post World War, and General Patton galleries. The museum contains the largest collection of Patton artifacts in the world. The United States Army Armor Center Memorial Park is a collection of commemorative structures that honor all U.S. Army soldiers who fought and died in battle.

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