Take your own personal tour down beautiful tree-lined streets, graced with lovely older homes and buildings. The brochure for the Tour of Historic Gothenburg provides in-depth information about many of the homes and buildings. Settled by Swedes and Germans, Gothenburg has many older homes that boast a Scandinavian influence in architectural style.
Information about the historic homes and buildings in Lexington is available at the Lexington Chamber office.
New housing opportunities are also available throughout the county. Looking for a place in the country? Building lots surrounding the award-winning golf course at Gothenburg are available. A 32-lot subdivision has been completed in northeast Gothenburg, providing building lots for community growth.
Apartments in Gothenburg overlooking Lake Helen, and new housing in Cozad have been completed to join the other complexes that provide apartment living alternatives.
Quality housing options exist for all stages of life. In Gothenburg, Stone Hearth Estates offers an independent and assisted living community that provides 11 independent units, 30 assisted living units and 14 units for the memory impaired. Additional assisted living and geriatric care is available in Gothenburg and across the county.