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Clayton Homes of Paducah is ready to walk with you through the home buying process from browsing floor plans to getting your home set up! When you come visit us off of Highway 60, you'll find a wide selection of single wide, double wide and triple wide homes that you can customize to fit your family's lifestyle! Rainfall showerheads, brand name appliances and range hoods are just some of the upgradable features we offer. Our home consultant's priority is helping you find your dream home, and we have years of experience helping families just like yours. Swing by Clayton Homes of Paducah today to find your perfect slice of the world!
Beautiful Paducah is the county seat of McCracken County and has an active local community that has invested in the Paducah Wall to Wall mural program, the Artist Relocation Program and many small businesses. Paducah is near towns like Lone Oak, Reidland and Metropolis and is easily accessible from US Route 24. Featured in Where to Retire as one of the best river cities to retire and listed as having one of the best small town main streets by Top Value Reviews, friendly Paducah will not disappoint!
Paducah is built around the arts, but the local economy is made up of many other sectors. Major employers include James Marine, Western Baptist Hospital and Lynx Services. Paducah also boasts education options like West Kentucky Community and Technical College, a Murray State University regional campus and Paducah Technical College. For younger students, the area is served by both Paducah Public Schools, which has multiple Distinguished schools. On the weekends, you can enjoy Paducah's Downtown Farmers' Market, the LowerTown Arts District and the nearby Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.