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The Highlands Louisville

The Highlands

The Highlands of Louisville, KY very well may be one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Louisville. Homes range from single-family residents in working class neighborhoods to some of the most expensive streets in Louisville. The Barnstable Brown Party, one of the most famous Derby parties held in Louisville, is hosted on Spring Drive in the Highlands. This area has a personality that is all its own. Bardstown Road, the best known street in Louisville--and even though it's known as "Restaurant Row" (due to the large collection of restaurants and night clubs)--it is also home to numerous art galleries, boutiques,and beautiful churches. If the night life doesn't suit you then take a stroll through some of Louisville's most beautiful parks located in the heart of the Highlands. The charm and appeal of an eclectic bustling city and an abundance of green space is contained within this unique neighborhood. Learn More


Anchorage

Anchorage

Anchorage is a historic neighborhood nestled under a canopy of blooming magnolia, dogwood, and mature oak trees. Known for its award winning school, Anchorage Public School is among the highest ranked schools in Kentucky. While this area is home to some of Louisville's wealthiest citizens, the selection of historic homes, country estates, and newer upscale homes provide a wide selection for anyone to choose from. This area is full of charm, history, and natural aesthetic. Learn More


Fern Creek

Fern Creek

Fern Creek is a Louisville suburb located just 12 miles from downtown. This area is close to two of Louisville's largest private employers, UPS and GE Appliance Park. Originally just a few neighborhoods strung out along Bardstown road, the addition of the Gene Snyder connected this area to the rest of Louisville. Fern Creek has had an abundance of growth from new restaurants and shopping centers to the development and addition of new homes and subdivisions. Part of what makes this area so unique is it proximity to many sprawling parks such as McNeely Park, Fern Creek Park, and Bernheim Forest. Learn More


Germantown

Germantown

Germantown is located just minutes from downtown Louisville. This area was settled in the late 1800's by German immigrants and holds many historic sites reminiscent of that time. Germantown is known for a wide variety of vintage homes and historic churches. Many of the restaurants in this area not only have great prices, but some of the best food in Louisville. The annual Schnitzelburg Fest highlights this neighborhood's unique diversity of old tradition paired with a young and growing urban homesteading movement. Learn More


Hurstbourne

Hurstbourne

Quiet and serene living in the middle of some of the best shopping and dining in the area just does not seem possible, but in the Hurstbourne area it is. This historic area was first developed in 1779 with the addition of the first military station. Today that location is known as the Hurstbourne Country Club. Many of these beautiful developments still exist. In Hurstbourne, subdivisions are quaintly tucked away just minutes from popular shopping and dining spots. This area has quick and convenient access to all of the major thoroughfares, making it ideal for people working anywhere in the city. Learn More


St. Matthews Louisville

St. Matthews

Located in the east end of Louisville, St. Matthews is probably best known for its shopping. Two of Louisville's largest malls, Mall St. Matthew and Oxmoor Center, are located in this area along with other major shopping centers. Ask the locals where they shop and you may be pleasantly surprised to find out that it is not just at these major shopping centers. Some of the best shopping is had at any of the unique locally owned stores and consignment shops. After working up an appetite, stop in and satiate your hunger in one of many mouthwatering restaurants. St. Matthews is located conveniently close to major thoroughfares and just minutes from downtown. Don't let the excitement and bustle of shopping and dining fool you, amazing homes are tucked quietly away in peaceful neighborhoods. Learn More


Indian Hills Louisville

Indian Hills

The history of this area is rich and the soil richer. Taking its name from the pioneer days, Indian Hills continues to provide a sense of nature and community. The Veech family, known for horse breeding and potato farming, first developed this area. Those that have followed have tried to stay true to the land's natural flow. Rolling streets, mature trees, and an abundance of shrubs such as honeysuckle are just part of what gives this area the feeling of being part of a simpler, more natural time. Indian Hills is a perfect location for those who want to have it all. Learn More


Jeffersontown Louisville

Jeffersontown

Originally known as Brunerstown, this area, like many others in Louisville, has seen tremendous growth. The addition of the Bluegrass Industrial park nearby, as well as the interchange of I-64 and Hurstbourne lane fueled expansion in Jeffersontown. This area is just a short drive to downtown and also to more rural areas such as Taylorsville, KY. Known for the Gaslight festival, Jeffersontown still holds the feeling of a small town. Enjoy a stroll down the streets of the town center and visit the Jeffersontown Historical Museum or dine at one of the area's new restaurants. If you are a sports fan, visit the award-winning Skyview Park complex, and take in one of the numerous baseball and softball tournaments hosted there. Other nearby attractions include Floyd's Fork Soccer Complex and the Blackacre Nature Preserve. Learn More


Middletown

Middletown

This charming historical neighborhood is located between Louisville and Shelbyville, KY in eastern Jefferson County. Middletown is full of historic restored businesses and homes. While this area has continued to develop and grow, the charming atmosphere remains. As you stroll through the well-preserved historic downtown, it will be hard to resist peeking into one of the many unique shops. After working up an appetite exploring the winsome boutiques, garden shops, or antique stores, relax and satisfy your curious palate in one of the notable restaurants or cafes. Middletown is an amazing place to live whether you are looking for some charm, excitement, or just a great location. Learn More


Prospect

Prospect

Prospect, derived from the Latin word 'view', is a unique Kentucky town that spans two counties; eastern Jefferson and western Oldham. Spacious family homes and opulent condominiums are peacefully set in the beautiful rolling hills of Prospect. Considered a Third Class city in the city designation system of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, this area has its own city services including police, mayor, and council. Close proximity to the Ohio River and many of the large creeks that feed it, there are plenty of homes in Prospect that cater to boat lovers. Like your boat nearby? There are many boating communities that have their own private docks and private access to the Ohio River. Learn More


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