Search homes for sale in Bullitt County, Kentucky by browsing the listings below. Bullitt County is considered the western Bluegrass region known as the Knobs. It includes three major cities such as Shepherdsville, Mt. Washington and Lebanon Junction. Bullitt County feature the states official arboretum, Bernheim Forest which features over 16,000 acres. With 15 miles of hiking trails, Kentucky’s native plants and animals. In 2013 Bullitt County was named the official trailhead to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, hosting the Jim Beam American Outpost and Distillery. Bullitt County also boasts four spectacular wineries including Brook Hills Winery, Forest Edge Winery, MillaNova Winery and Wight-Meyer Winery, offering an award winning wine collection.
Economy Bullitt County, KY. employs 38,026 people. Largely employing Management of Companies and Enterprises, Transporation and Warehouseing, and Manufacturing. The average income of a single resident is $24,364 a year, and the median household income is $58,702 a year. The average Male in Bullitt County is paid 1.39 times higher than the average female. The highest paid race/ethnicity is White, followed by Asian, with two or more races as the lowest. The order of race/ethnicity living below the poverty line is White, followed by Hispanic or Latino and two or more races. The average unemployment rate is 3.9%, and the poverty rate is 10.3%
Cost of Living Bullitt County’s cost of living is 12% lower than the US Average..
Population The population is 77,727, there is a population density of 265. The median age is 39.7. There is approximately 2.6 people per household. The race/ethnicity is 95.1% of White, 1.75% of Two or more races, and 1.94% of Hispanic or Latino, makes up Bullitt County’s diversity.
Transportation The average commute time is 27.2 minutes one way to work. Most households in Bullitt County have 2 cars, followed by 1 car. The average commuting statistics are as follows. 85.5% drive alone, 9.9% carpool, and 2.97% work at home.
Real Estate The median property value for Bullitt County is $149,000. Home appreciation over the last 10 years has been 5.86%. The average range for property taxes ranges between $800-1500.
Schools Bullitt County public schools spends about $8,630 per student. There are 17 students per teacher, 556 students per librarian, and 460 students per counselor. The female student ratio is 9,125, to male 6,407. The female ratio is 9,125, to male 6,407 of students. Most students race/ethnicity in Bullitt County are white 72.3%, followed by Black or African American 12.9%, Asian 3.64%, and Hispanic or Latino 2.98%. The largest university is the University of Louisville, followed by Jefferson Community and Technical College, and Sullivan University. The most popular major being Register Nurse 3.81%, General Psychology 2.56%, and Speech Communication and Rhetoric 2.08%. The median tuition for private colleges is $24,338, and for public colleges it’s $11,068 and $26,090 respectively.
Safety Bullitt County’s Violent Crime 36.5 (on average 4,518). Bullitt County’s Property Crime 32.8 (on average 28,737).
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