Maysville Ky is a very old town – its roots go back to 1775. With a historical past, Maysville now looks to the future. You discover a comfortable place for families to live, businesses to relocate, or a place to visit.
Maysville Ky History
Maysville was a major stop on the Underground Railroad and played a role in the Abolitionist Movement. In fact, Harriet Beecher Stowe watched a slave auction here in 1833. She later used the scene in her seminal novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin. You can explore the history of the Underground Railroad at the National Underground Railroad Museum. Check out the Kentucky Gateway Museum for more Kentucky history told in part through dioramas and miniatures. You can also use the genealogy library and resources to trace your ancestors.
Another engaging way to learn Maysville’s history is to stroll down the downtown floodwall. Ten murals depict important events or people in Maysville’s past. Explore the past from a 17th century Native American bison hunt to the 20th century’s changing waterfront.
Maysville is comfortably located one hour southeast of Cincinnati and an hour north east of Lexington. Explore the elegant horse country of Lex or the modern hustle of Cincy. As Maysville is the retail and employment hub of Mason, Bracken, Robertson, Fleming, Lewis (Kentucky) counties and Browns and Adams (Ohio) counties, its a great place for business. Easily ship goods and materials via rail, river or highway. The labor market is quite large and training through the Maysville Community and Technical College is available.
Maysville Ky Schools
Schools are under the control of the Maysville Local School District. The Mason County School District has several school near Maysville as well. You’ll find several religious affiliated schools and a Montessori school in Maysville. For more information, follow this link.
Maysville Ky Medical Care
Maysville is home to the Meadowview Regional Medical Center. The hospital is the hub for specialist and independent clinics that can supply practically any medical care you may need.
Maysville Ky Homes
The median home price in Maysville is about $105,000. Maysville is less expensive than Cincy, so you can buy a lot of home and still be within commuting distance. Whether you want rural property, old turn-of-the-last century homes, or modern subdivisions, Maysville has it all. I’d be happy to show you around the area and negotiate for your best options. For a current homes available, click here.
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