Boils Realty, Inc.

About us

Boils Realty is committed to Honest, Fast and Dedicated Service with a professional staff. For all your  Real Estate and Auction Needs; we will list your house, farm, vacant land, or commercial property.


Our proactive marketing initiatives encompass everything from web and print advertising through public relations and good old-fashion handshakes. After all, even the perfect property isn't going to find its way to the right buyer if they can't find out about it.

If you're listing your property with BOILS REALTY INC you'll benifit from our aggressive regional, and local marketing initiatives. Given today's consumer trends, extensive use of the Internet plays a pivital role, but we support all initiatives with an ongoing, out-of-house puplic relations campaign and polished collateral materials to help bring buyers and sellers together.

Relationships, reach, diligence, and depth- these are all part of the overall BOILS REALTY INC EXPERIENCE.

In terms of reach, the team of Boils Realty Inc represents buyers and sellers of rural, recreational, and agricultural properties throughout Central Kentucky.


The Boils Realty Inc. Team of auctioneers are ready to perform any type of AUCTION you may require.

From a benefit to a multi-tract farm auction we are here to work for you!!!!!!!!!!  No AUCTION is too SMALL or too LARGE for the hard working TEAM of BOILS REALTY INC.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Campbellsville and Taylor County are located in the heart of Central Kentucky, nestled between the Cumberland Plateau and the Appalachian Mountains and offering the best of both regions. Taylor County was founded in 1848 and covers 270 square miles. More than 22,000 people live in the county, about half of those in the county seat of Campbellsville.

Green River Lake

Green River Lake is a haven for the water sport and fishing enthusiast as well as the vacationer that just wants to get away from the hustle and bustle of every day life. This 8,200-acre lake offers over 33 miles of picture perfect water lying between 250 miles of shoreline in Taylor and Adair Counties.

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