Make the Twelve Oaks Subdivision Your Home
Families often dream of the perfect place to call home and for many it involves comfort, security, convenience and amenities, all of which can be found easily at the prestigious Twelve Oaks Subdivision in Mt. Washington. This subdivision on the ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 4, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
Cherokee Triangle - A Thriving Part of the Highlands
Cherokee Triangle is a thriving part of the Highland community that stands out due to its rich heritage. The streets are lined with elder trees, stone fences, stone gateways, old brick drives and alleys. A casual stroll through the neighborhood is ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on April 27, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
Lakeview Condominiums in Louisville
Just imagine indulging in a lovely view of a well maintained lake where geese and duck swim daily. Then imagine taking a dip yourself in a crisp, clean community pool. Lakeview Condominiums offers residents all that and more with prices ranging from ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on April 6, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
The Beautiful Cherokee Gardens Subdivision in Louisville
Those that enjoy living on the scenic side of Louisville will find their own personal serenity in the amazing Cherokee Gardens Subdivision. This pristine neighborhood offers residents not one, but two lovely parks combining to provide almost a 1,000 ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 29, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
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 ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 24, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
Academy Estates Subdivision in Louisville
For those that love the Middletown area but just cannot seem to find the right place to call home, the Academy Estates Subdivision might have just what you are looking for. This budding community allows the perspective homeowner to start with a ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 15, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
Woodhaven Place Subdivision on Fegenbush Lane
The comfortable Woodhaven Place Subdivision is a young neighborhood, a mere decade old. It is nestled in the heart of Fern Creek off of Bardstown Road at Fegenbush Lane. The neighborhood offers a selection of homes with spacious lots and ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 8, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
Glen Oaks - A Peaceful Golf Course Community
Those looking for a peaceful community in which to call home should give serious consideration to Glen Oaks in Prospect, Kentucky. This relaxing subdivision is one of the premier golf neighborhoods to be found in the Louisville metropolitan area....
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 3, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
The Hillcrest Subdivision in Prospect, Kentucky
The very name Hillcrest makes one envision a serene environment overlooking a scenic view and, ironically, the subdivision of Hillcrest itself has that amazing view. Each home in the community is nestled into its own piece of paradise filled with ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on February 22, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
Indian Hills Subdivision in Louisville
As residents of the Indian Hills Subdivision gaze around at the lush landscaping bursting with native Maple, Oak, American Linden, Redbud, Sycamore and flowery Dogwood trees, they are reminded of the wonderful heritage of the area. Further ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on February 15, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
The Glenmary Subdivision Off Bardstown Road
The quite, comfortable and classy Glenmary Subdivision is located conveniently about a mile south of the Gene Snyder Freeway off of Bardstown Raod. This deed-restricted community chose to be governed by an elected board of directors with public ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on February 9, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
The Little Spring Farm Subdivision off Bardstown Road
The beautiful Little Spring Farm Subdivision is a 430 acre development located off Bardstown Road at Louisville's Southeastern border. The lush grassy hills, rock formations and mature trees make you feel like you are taking a stroll through a ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on February 4, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
The Songbirds Sing in Pewee Valley, Kentucky
Pewee Valley, Kentucky began in the late 1700s as a small settlement located near the intersection of Old Brownsboro Road known as Rollington. One could assume it was thusly named because people rolled through the area on their way to Westport or ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on January 26, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
Eclectic Baxter Avenue in the Highlands
The eclectic Baxter Avenue is a special part of The Highlands that harbors some of the areas most renowned landmarks, along with beautiful Victorian-era homes. The street itself is framed by well-maintained Dogwood Trees, providing the residents ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on January 18, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
The Quiet, Convenient Community of Clifton
Clifton is a comfortable neighborhood that earned its name due to the gentle sloping hills that surround the community. These hills give some of the neighborhood streets the feel of being in their own personal valley. The community nests east ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on January 12, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
The Comfortable City of Barbourmeade
The comfortable City of Barbourmeade is a close knit community that is conveniently located along Brownsboro Road in Louisville, KY. Residents are blessed with ease of access to not only Interstate 71 for travel, but also to the renowned shopping ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on January 11, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
Anchorage, Kentucky - A Peaceful Getaway Destination
Anchorage is a nautical name for a community that is located just over three miles from the Ohio River, and history tells us it was named for a riverboat captain. A fine gentleman named Captain James W. Goslee of the riverboat Matamora took up ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on January 4, 2013 in Louisville Subdivisions
A Brief History of Jeffersontown, Kentucky
Residents of Jeffersontown, Kentucky today probably cannot imagine that their community existed previously as only a waypoint for travelers in the early 1700s. War veterans from the Revolutionary War and other pioneers began to settle the lovely ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on December 23, 2012 in Louisville Subdivisions
Downtown Louisville - A Balance Between Old and New
Downtown Louisville is not only one of the busiest parts of our city - it is the oldest portion of it! That’s right… contrary to popular belief Downtown Louisville is actually older than Old Louisville by about a century.
The initial ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on December 22, 2012 in Louisville Subdivisions
Old Louisville is America's Victorian Home Treasure
Victorian architecture inspires visions of incredible palace-like structures featuring ornate carvings and statues of Gargoyles, lions, pineapples, chameleons, serpents and swans perched in various locations on the building. That era may be gone, ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on November 30, 2012 in Louisville Subdivisions