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City Guide

Mount Sterling
Mount Sterling, Kentucky is the the hometown of Nancy Green, the original Aunt Jemima.
Mount Sterling, Kentucky is the the hometown of Nancy Green, the original Aunt Jemima.

Mount Sterling is a city located within Montgomery County, Kentucky. With a population of 6,895 at the 2010 census, the city is small enough that everyone knows your name, yet close enough to larger metropolitan areas like Lexington that you can always explore big city offerings.

Moving to Mount Sterling

No matter your needs, Mount Sterling has you covered. You'll find numerous places to rent here with historical charm and modern amenities.

"The Gateway Between the Bluegrass and the Mountains"

The town is nestled between Kentucky's noted Lexington Bluegrass region and the mountainous neighboring towns. Whether it's an urban feel or rural comfort you crave, you'll find easy access to both in this city.

Wallet-Friendly Living

Cost of living is roughly 19% lower than the national average, and the median rental rates for the area are 34% lower than the nation's average. You can easily find affordable one-bedroom apartments for rent, as well as some apartments with paid utilities. You can truly get a lot of bang for your buck in this area.

On the Move

The average commute time is roughly 23 minutes each way, with some longer job commutes to neighboring Lexington via Interstate 64. The time still falls short of the national average of 26 minutes. 81% of locals drive, and 16% choose to carpool instead. Lexington's Blue Grass Airport sits nearby for farther out-of-town excursions.

Moving to Mount Sterling
+

No matter your needs, Mount Sterling has you covered. You'll find numerous places to rent here with historical charm and modern amenities.

"The Gateway Between the Bluegrass and the Mountains"

The town is nestled between Kentucky's noted Lexington Bluegrass region and the mountainous neighboring towns. Whether it's an urban feel or rural comfort you crave, you'll find easy access to both in this city.

Wallet-Friendly Living

Cost of living is roughly 19% lower than the national average, and the median rental rates for the area are 34% lower than the nation's average. You can easily find affordable one-bedroom apartments for rent, as well as some apartments with paid utilities. You can truly get a lot of bang for your buck in this area.

On the Move

The average commute time is roughly 23 minutes each way, with some longer job commutes to neighboring Lexington via Interstate 64. The time still falls short of the national average of 26 minutes. 81% of locals drive, and 16% choose to carpool instead. Lexington's Blue Grass Airport sits nearby for farther out-of-town excursions.

Neighborhoods in Mount Sterling

It's simple to find apartments in Mount Sterling -- the tough part is finding the perfect apartment for your needs. Mount Sterling is still a fairly small city, so it doesn't have specific neighborhoods. You will, however, find different offerings depending on what particular area you focus on for your search.

North: The northern part of town is intersected by Interstate 64, which provides an easy commute into Lexington. You'll also find the town's Old Silo Golf Club Clubhouse and Restaurant, which claims the title of "Best Public Golf Course in Kentucky," as decided by Golf Digest. The club features live music every Friday between April and October.

Downtown: Highway 60 runs through the downtown section of town, where you'll find the Gateway Regional Arts Center, a three-story arts center with a performance hall, art gallery, gift shop, library, and studio space for artists to work. The center also provides monthly art shows, theater productions, and musical performances. The entire downtown area boasts historical, architecturally restored apartments, houses, businesses, and other places to rent.

Central: Highway 460 leads to Interstate 64 through the central part of town. This particular section is populated by lots of restaurants and businesses along 460, or Maysville Road, including Ruth Hunt Candy. This acclaimed factory serves the official candy of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby, so get ready for some sugar addiction fueled by their exclusive "Blue Monday" candy bars and bourbon balls.

Neighborhoods in Mount Sterling
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It's simple to find apartments in Mount Sterling -- the tough part is finding the perfect apartment for your needs. Mount Sterling is still a fairly small city, so it doesn't have specific neighborhoods. You will, however, find different offerings depending on what particular area you focus on for your search.

North: The northern part of town is intersected by Interstate 64, which provides an easy commute into Lexington. You'll also find the town's Old Silo Golf Club Clubhouse and Restaurant, which claims the title of "Best Public Golf Course in Kentucky," as decided by Golf Digest. The club features live music every Friday between April and October.

Downtown: Highway 60 runs through the downtown section of town, where you'll find the Gateway Regional Arts Center, a three-story arts center with a performance hall, art gallery, gift shop, library, and studio space for artists to work. The center also provides monthly art shows, theater productions, and musical performances. The entire downtown area boasts historical, architecturally restored apartments, houses, businesses, and other places to rent.

Central: Highway 460 leads to Interstate 64 through the central part of town. This particular section is populated by lots of restaurants and businesses along 460, or Maysville Road, including Ruth Hunt Candy. This acclaimed factory serves the official candy of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby, so get ready for some sugar addiction fueled by their exclusive "Blue Monday" candy bars and bourbon balls.

Living in Mount Sterling

Do you enjoy a great meal? You're in luck -- Mount Sterling has loads of tasty restaurants to satisfy your palate. Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Terry and Kathy's on Main, Melini Cucina, Giovanni's, and El Camino Real are only a few of the options to consider when your stomach growls. Movie buffs will delight in the Judy Drive-In, a local drive-in movie theater that dates back to 1956. With a capacity for up to 300 cars, this nostalgic site provides double showings through April and October. Mount Sterling is also well-known for its October Court Days, the oldest festival in all of the state. Having lasted well over 210 years, the four day event draws crowds of more than 130,000 people in the third week of October each year. Outdoorsy types will also feel right at home in this beautiful city. Easy Walker Park is an excellent place for recreational sports, with baseball, softball, and soccer fields, playgrounds, tennis courts, and a pond. The park also has ample space for friendly get-togethers and cook-outs. Enjoy a swim at City Pool Park, or escape to the Herb Botts Memorial Park, which features picnic tables, park benches, walking trails, and an 18 hole disc golf course. Mount Sterling is a lovely place to explore, from its gorgeous downtown architecture to its wide variety of entertainment and small town charm.

Living in Mount Sterling
+

Do you enjoy a great meal? You're in luck -- Mount Sterling has loads of tasty restaurants to satisfy your palate. Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Terry and Kathy's on Main, Melini Cucina, Giovanni's, and El Camino Real are only a few of the options to consider when your stomach growls. Movie buffs will delight in the Judy Drive-In, a local drive-in movie theater that dates back to 1956. With a capacity for up to 300 cars, this nostalgic site provides double showings through April and October. Mount Sterling is also well-known for its October Court Days, the oldest festival in all of the state. Having lasted well over 210 years, the four day event draws crowds of more than 130,000 people in the third week of October each year. Outdoorsy types will also feel right at home in this beautiful city. Easy Walker Park is an excellent place for recreational sports, with baseball, softball, and soccer fields, playgrounds, tennis courts, and a pond. The park also has ample space for friendly get-togethers and cook-outs. Enjoy a swim at City Pool Park, or escape to the Herb Botts Memorial Park, which features picnic tables, park benches, walking trails, and an 18 hole disc golf course. Mount Sterling is a lovely place to explore, from its gorgeous downtown architecture to its wide variety of entertainment and small town charm.

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City Guide

Mount Sterling
Mount Sterling, Kentucky is the the hometown of Nancy Green, the original Aunt Jemima.
Mount Sterling, Kentucky is the the hometown of Nancy Green, the original Aunt Jemima.

Mount Sterling is a city located within Montgomery County, Kentucky. With a population of 6,895 at the 2010 census, the city is small enough that everyone knows your name, yet close enough to larger metropolitan areas like Lexington that you can always explore big city offerings.

Moving to Mount Sterling

No matter your needs, Mount Sterling has you covered. You'll find numerous places to rent here with historical charm and modern amenities.

"The Gateway Between the Bluegrass and the Mountains"

The town is nestled between Kentucky's noted Lexington Bluegrass region and the mountainous neighboring towns. Whether it's an urban feel or rural comfort you crave, you'll find easy access to both in this city.

Wallet-Friendly Living

Cost of living is roughly 19% lower than the national average, and the median rental rates for the area are 34% lower than the nation's average. You can easily find affordable one-bedroom apartments for rent, as well as some apartments with paid utilities. You can truly get a lot of bang for your buck in this area.

On the Move

The average commute time is roughly 23 minutes each way, with some longer job commutes to neighboring Lexington via Interstate 64. The time still falls short of the national average of 26 minutes. 81% of locals drive, and 16% choose to carpool instead. Lexington's Blue Grass Airport sits nearby for farther out-of-town excursions.

Moving to Mount Sterling
+

No matter your needs, Mount Sterling has you covered. You'll find numerous places to rent here with historical charm and modern amenities.

"The Gateway Between the Bluegrass and the Mountains"

The town is nestled between Kentucky's noted Lexington Bluegrass region and the mountainous neighboring towns. Whether it's an urban feel or rural comfort you crave, you'll find easy access to both in this city.

Wallet-Friendly Living

Cost of living is roughly 19% lower than the national average, and the median rental rates for the area are 34% lower than the nation's average. You can easily find affordable one-bedroom apartments for rent, as well as some apartments with paid utilities. You can truly get a lot of bang for your buck in this area.

On the Move

The average commute time is roughly 23 minutes each way, with some longer job commutes to neighboring Lexington via Interstate 64. The time still falls short of the national average of 26 minutes. 81% of locals drive, and 16% choose to carpool instead. Lexington's Blue Grass Airport sits nearby for farther out-of-town excursions.

Neighborhoods in Mount Sterling

It's simple to find apartments in Mount Sterling -- the tough part is finding the perfect apartment for your needs. Mount Sterling is still a fairly small city, so it doesn't have specific neighborhoods. You will, however, find different offerings depending on what particular area you focus on for your search.

North: The northern part of town is intersected by Interstate 64, which provides an easy commute into Lexington. You'll also find the town's Old Silo Golf Club Clubhouse and Restaurant, which claims the title of "Best Public Golf Course in Kentucky," as decided by Golf Digest. The club features live music every Friday between April and October.

Downtown: Highway 60 runs through the downtown section of town, where you'll find the Gateway Regional Arts Center, a three-story arts center with a performance hall, art gallery, gift shop, library, and studio space for artists to work. The center also provides monthly art shows, theater productions, and musical performances. The entire downtown area boasts historical, architecturally restored apartments, houses, businesses, and other places to rent.

Central: Highway 460 leads to Interstate 64 through the central part of town. This particular section is populated by lots of restaurants and businesses along 460, or Maysville Road, including Ruth Hunt Candy. This acclaimed factory serves the official candy of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby, so get ready for some sugar addiction fueled by their exclusive "Blue Monday" candy bars and bourbon balls.

Neighborhoods in Mount Sterling
+

It's simple to find apartments in Mount Sterling -- the tough part is finding the perfect apartment for your needs. Mount Sterling is still a fairly small city, so it doesn't have specific neighborhoods. You will, however, find different offerings depending on what particular area you focus on for your search.

North: The northern part of town is intersected by Interstate 64, which provides an easy commute into Lexington. You'll also find the town's Old Silo Golf Club Clubhouse and Restaurant, which claims the title of "Best Public Golf Course in Kentucky," as decided by Golf Digest. The club features live music every Friday between April and October.

Downtown: Highway 60 runs through the downtown section of town, where you'll find the Gateway Regional Arts Center, a three-story arts center with a performance hall, art gallery, gift shop, library, and studio space for artists to work. The center also provides monthly art shows, theater productions, and musical performances. The entire downtown area boasts historical, architecturally restored apartments, houses, businesses, and other places to rent.

Central: Highway 460 leads to Interstate 64 through the central part of town. This particular section is populated by lots of restaurants and businesses along 460, or Maysville Road, including Ruth Hunt Candy. This acclaimed factory serves the official candy of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby, so get ready for some sugar addiction fueled by their exclusive "Blue Monday" candy bars and bourbon balls.

Living in Mount Sterling

Do you enjoy a great meal? You're in luck -- Mount Sterling has loads of tasty restaurants to satisfy your palate. Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Terry and Kathy's on Main, Melini Cucina, Giovanni's, and El Camino Real are only a few of the options to consider when your stomach growls. Movie buffs will delight in the Judy Drive-In, a local drive-in movie theater that dates back to 1956. With a capacity for up to 300 cars, this nostalgic site provides double showings through April and October. Mount Sterling is also well-known for its October Court Days, the oldest festival in all of the state. Having lasted well over 210 years, the four day event draws crowds of more than 130,000 people in the third week of October each year. Outdoorsy types will also feel right at home in this beautiful city. Easy Walker Park is an excellent place for recreational sports, with baseball, softball, and soccer fields, playgrounds, tennis courts, and a pond. The park also has ample space for friendly get-togethers and cook-outs. Enjoy a swim at City Pool Park, or escape to the Herb Botts Memorial Park, which features picnic tables, park benches, walking trails, and an 18 hole disc golf course. Mount Sterling is a lovely place to explore, from its gorgeous downtown architecture to its wide variety of entertainment and small town charm.

Living in Mount Sterling
+

Do you enjoy a great meal? You're in luck -- Mount Sterling has loads of tasty restaurants to satisfy your palate. Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Terry and Kathy's on Main, Melini Cucina, Giovanni's, and El Camino Real are only a few of the options to consider when your stomach growls. Movie buffs will delight in the Judy Drive-In, a local drive-in movie theater that dates back to 1956. With a capacity for up to 300 cars, this nostalgic site provides double showings through April and October. Mount Sterling is also well-known for its October Court Days, the oldest festival in all of the state. Having lasted well over 210 years, the four day event draws crowds of more than 130,000 people in the third week of October each year. Outdoorsy types will also feel right at home in this beautiful city. Easy Walker Park is an excellent place for recreational sports, with baseball, softball, and soccer fields, playgrounds, tennis courts, and a pond. The park also has ample space for friendly get-togethers and cook-outs. Enjoy a swim at City Pool Park, or escape to the Herb Botts Memorial Park, which features picnic tables, park benches, walking trails, and an 18 hole disc golf course. Mount Sterling is a lovely place to explore, from its gorgeous downtown architecture to its wide variety of entertainment and small town charm.