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Caldwell County, Kentucky VA Loan Information

The 2019 $0 down, VA home loan limit for Caldwell County is $484,350.

Located in western Kentucky, Caldwell County is one of the most beautiful locations in the entire state. Visit one of the historical landmarks in Caldwell County to learn more about the country as a whole. Caldwell County hosts a multitude of events throughout the year, which are great places to get a feel for the local flavor! Bring your family to one of the amazing attractions in Caldwell County, which include several museums and outdoor landmarks. The county was officially formed in 1809, and was named after John Caldwell, who was a Kentucky state senator. The total population of Caldwell County is 12,681, including a veteran population of 1,004.

Come see one of the amazing historical landmarks in Caldwell County for some fun and education. The Confederate Soldier Monument has been standing in Caldwell County since 1912. The Confederate Soldier Monument is a beautiful structure that stands at 15 feet and is made from marble. The Adsmore is the only living home museum located in the state of Kentucky. The Adsmore features a Greek Revival architectural style, and was erected in 1854. Other historical landmarks located in Caldwell County, including the Champion-Shepherdson House and the          Fredonia Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

Attend all of the fun and exciting festivals held in Caldwell County for some real fun with the community. The Night Riders and Black Patch Festival celebrates the history of tobacco, which helped build the county. The Night Riders and Black Patch Festival features over 65 booths of delicious food, arts and crafts, fun games, and much more! There is also plenty of live entertainment held at the Night Riders and Black Patch Festival, including a huge concert. Another fun festival held in the county is Pennington Folk Festival, which hosts some of the most fun and exciting concerts.

There are a multitude of attractions in Caldwell County that are sure to interest almost anyone! Capitol Cinemas is located on the grounds of the once Savory Theater, which burnt down in 1937. The Capitol Cinemas show the latest Hollywood blockbusters and also host summer movie events for children. Outdoor-lovers should be sure to visit Big Springs, which is a majestic body of water that flows from a beautiful cavern in Caldwell County. Big Springs is surround by several ancient trails, which were once used by Native American tribes. Get a true view into the history of Caldwell County at the Historic Downtown Area.

The Caldwell County Department of Veterans Affairs is an excellent resource for veterans and active duty military living in the county. The median housing cost in the county is $93,700, and the median household income is $40,135.

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Caldwell County Property Search

Fredonia, Princeton

42411, 42445

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Caldwell County Condo Search

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VFW Post

Post 5595 Ray-Crider-Mc Nabb Post
Meeting Location & Time
121 E Main St
Princeton, KY 42445
United States
6:00 PM 3rd Monday

Address & Contact Information
121 E Main St
Princeton, KY 424451645
United States
Phone: (270) 365-3060

Quartermaster: Larry Smith
Richard Faughn

Maximum VA Appraisal Fees Allowable in Caldwell County

Single Family: $425
2-4 Units: $575
Condo: $425


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