Adams Run Subdivision in Louisville
Perspective homeowners ready to run to the country, yet not willing to get too far from the city might want to run to the Adams Run Subdivision. The subdivision is just south of the Gene Snyder Freeway, snuggled in between Beulah Church Road and Cedar Creek Road. Since it rests on the southern border of Jefferson County, the community seems to reverberate a country feel and extends the conveniences of quick expressway access, plus all of the normal perks of city living.
Unlike some subdivisions, Adams Run varies from the cookie cutter design where every home in the area looks relatively the same. The initial designers offered residents a variety of Ranch, Montego and Two-Story homes dating back to the developmental phases from 1998 to 2005. The homes themselves are well settled, but many have undergone renovations and been redecorated with modern additions and appliances. Most the homes offer spacious floor plans, wood cabinetry, multiple baths and lush lawns with aged trees.
The community is Deed Restricted and governed by a Board of Directors who are elected from among the Adams Run residents. The board helps to maintain the beauty of the neighborhood by requiring approval for any unique landscaping alterations, such as above ground pools or home additions.
Those seeking the peaceful atmosphere of the country with the perks of the city might want to run away to Adams Run. You might find it to be the perfect place to relax and call home.