Douglass Hills - A Park-like Setting in Middletown
The beautiful Douglas Hills Subdivision is located in eastern Jefferson County. Douglass Hills was just farmland from 1813 until the 1970’s. It was owned by Mr. James J. Douglas from 1896 until his death in the year 1917. The area remained undeveloped until the lush hills and plains were converted to the Douglas Hills subdivision in 1973.
Douglass Hills is a very welcoming subdivision that does its best to make its residents happy, healthy and comfortable. Those who live here enjoy the amenities of a swimming pool and refurbished tennis courts.
Education is always something parents consider when moving to a new area. In Douglass Hills, your children will have access to both Hite and Middletown Elementary, along with Crosby Middle School. If you have kids that are high school age, then you are sure to be pleased with Eastern High, which which is located very near the subdivision.
The residents of Douglass Hills enjoy the convenience of both Warren Walker Park and Running Creek Park. Both of these beautiful parks offer residents an escape from the city with trees, running streams and the comforting sounds of nature. The Warren Walker Park provides a wonderful walking track that is available to residents all year round. The Faye Tanner Gazebo, located in the park is a wonderful place for family gatherings and is available for weddings and other events as well.
The Douglass Hills subdivision has several annual events such as their Fourth of July Festival. Residents can celebrate together with homemade foods, games and live music. The festival for 2012 will take place on July 3rd and will feature music by Crushed Velvet at 7pm, followed by an incredible fireworks display presented by W.A Loeffler Enterprises at 9pm.
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