New Home Construction & Remodeling in Union, KY
Are you looking for a custom home builder in Union, Kentucky that you can trust? The BOLD Company has been serving Union, KY and the surrounding areas since 1986 with our professional new home construction services. We take pride in what we do and only produce superbly constructed and beautiful homes. As “Builders Of Lifelong Dreams”, we want to provide you with the home you’ve always dreamed of, customized for all your needs and wishes.
The BOLD Company also offers professional home remodeling services in Union, Kentucky and surrounding areas. Whether you are looking for a one room remodel or an entire home renovation, let us be the first building company that you choose.
Kentucky’s #1 Custom Home Builders
When it comes to building custom homes, let the BOLD Company be your first choice. With well over 500 custom homes under our belt, our company is among the premier custom home builders in all of Northern Kentucky.
Our customers love working with us because of the personal and unique relationship that we strive to have with all of our clients. When you choose BOLD , you will work directly with the owners to find the perfect location and home plan. We will help you choose the perfect products for your home, and be there to help you make the best decisions every step of the way.
Union Kentucky is a great place to call home. Located in Boone County Kentucky the City of Union is Boone Counties third largest incorporated city. Founded in 1838 the City of Union Kentucky is on US42 Between the City of Florence and Big Bone Lick State Park. Perhaps the salt that was collected at Big Bone Lick brought people to Union KY in the 1800’s. Today Union is a conveniently located place to live. Union is close to Interstate 75 as well as the Florence Mall. Union’s children are educated in the Boone County Public schools or one of the Private or Parochial Schools that are located nearby. Public Schools may vary by exact homesite location but include the following. Public Elementary schools in Union Kentucky area include Longbranch Elementary, New Haven Elementary and Shirley Mann Elementary. Area middle schools include Ballyshannon Middle School and Gray Middle Schools. High Schools include Cooper Highschool and Larry A Ryle High School. If you are seeking a home in the district of a particular set of schools, please verity the current school district of any potential homesite with Boone County Schools. Union Kentucky is a growing area and school districting is subject to change. Union Kentucky is just a short commute from downtown Cincinnati and just 20 miles from the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport. Union Kentucky features variety of restaurants and shopping centers including a Kroger Marketplace grocery store. In addition, the Scheben Branch of the Boone County Public Library is located in Union. Union Kentucky has a variety of local churches including Union Baptist Church, Union Presbyterian Church and St Timothy Catholic Church.
For all you golfers out their Union KY is to two award winning golf courses. Lassing Pointe Golf Course is a public golf course and was ranked as the #1 Public Golf Course in Kentucky by Golf Magazine. This course boasts superb planning conditions and friendly staff with makes it popular amongst residents and visitors alike. Triple Crown Country Club is a member only club that features a golf course that is consistently ranks as one of the top courses in the state of Kentucky and greater Cincinnati. This course is over 7,100 yards, with six different tees golfers of any skill level can enjoy a fair challenge.
Just outside Union Kentucky is Big Bone Lick State Park, a place of historical significance. The park includes several sulfur springs which created salt licks around them. Ancient Mammoths were drawn to this location for the salt. Other animals including forms of bison, caribou, deer, elk, horse, mastodon, moose, musk ox, peccary and sloth also grazed the vegetation and salty earth around the springs that the animals relied on for their diet. The area near the springs was very soft and marshy causing many animals to become stuck with no way to escape. The bones teeth and tusks of which have been intriguing people for Centuries. In October, 1803 Meriwether Lewis traveled to Big Bone Lick on his way to join William Clark and the men assembling in Louisville for the Corps of Discovery. This expedition is more commonly known as the Lewis and Clark Expedition. In 1807 William Clark was chosen to head a 3 week fossil collecting excursion to Big Bone Lick, Kentucky. President Thomas Jefferson wanted him to acquire a specimen of every representative bone available, as well as duplicates of each, so other scientific institutions here and abroad could have collections of their own. William Clark had accomplished another mission at the request of President Thomas Jefferson, the Father of American Vertebrate Paleontology, and secured the distinction of Home of American Vertebrate Paleontology for Big Bone Lick, Kentucky. The Lewis and Clark Expedition ended at Big Bone Lick. The sulfur springs were also used by native Americans and pioneers. They would boil to water to retain the salt. The salt could then be used for preserving meat. Visitors to the park today can see the sulfur springs, a buffalo heard and view some artifacts including a 1,000 pound mastodon skull in the gift shop. The park has been on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places since 1972. In 2002 the National Park Service designated Big Bone Lick State Park as an official Lewis and Clark Heritage Trail Site.
At the BOLD Company we have build many homes in and around Union Kentucky. Union Kentucky has many different residential subdivisions including Ballyshannon, Cedarwood, Hampshire Estates, Harmony, Hawks Landing, Hempstead, Indian Hill, Ivy Pond, Lassing Green, Orleans, Orleans North, Russwill, Sycamore, Whispering Trail, Union Bluff, Union Station, Triple Crown, Traemore, Arbor Springs, Westbrook and Plantation Pointe. If you are looking for land for a new home or already have a homesite in Northern Kentucky contact BOLD for an initial meeting at no cost or obligation.