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About Coach Estates
Just a few miles from the Kentucky-Tennessee state line, Coach Estates brings the charm in southern charm. Home of Murray State University and conveniently located near Route 641 businesses, Coach Estates is the perfect place for students and families alike. This quality community offers a variety of new homes to select from that are affordable. If you’re looking for homes for sale in Murray, KY, look no further than Coach Estates, where life is good!
Murray is the county seat of Calloway County, is on highway U.S. 641 in Kentucky’s Purchase area, a part of the tourism region known as the Western Waterlands. It is best known as the home of Murray State University, a well-regarded public liberal arts school.
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The architecture of Murray preserves its history throughout many of its downtown businesses.
A commemoration was held on October 28, 2014, for the 150th Civil War Anniversary of Fort Heiman in New Concord, Kentucky, which became a National Battlefield on October 30, 2006. The Clara M. Eagle Gallery is a multi-level art gallery that houses around 1,200 permanent artworks. The gallery has also been home to temporary shows, featuring contemporary art, African art, woodworking, and tapestries from Spain among others. The galleries have near 8,300 square feet (770 m2) of show space.
The Wrather West Kentucky Museum is located in the first building constructed on the campus of Murray State University and has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The museum, which is free to the public, highlights the social development, economic and cultural development of the people of the Jackson Purchase region of Kentucky through permanent and changing exhibits.
Murray has three city parks that cover over 200 acres (0.8 km2) of land: Central Park, Chestnut Park, and Bee Creek.
A three-pool community swimming complex & Owens Spray Park is housed in Murray's Central Park. The parks also feature 17 soccer fields, 2 basketball courts, 5 playgrounds, 9 baseball and softball fields, 4-bay batting cages, Lions Club Skate Park, and a three-mile (5 km) nature walking trail. The parks also have 9 covered picnic pavilions for family gatherings, the Murray Rotary amphitheater and west Kentucky's first dog park. The park features an 18-hole 5,200-foot (1,580 m) disc golf course that was the first one of its kind in the area.