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Go Back in Time in Cherokee Triangle This May

Louisville is full of historic neighborhoods, little pieces of the past that have been preserved. This May, get out and take a look at one of them. Cherokee Triangle was sold to real estate agents Henning and Speed in 1869. They began to develop the neighborhood with the idea of creating perfect suburban living. They created lots with custom, luxurious homes built in the style of the day. Now, Cherokee Triangle still has its historic look and the incredible architecture that dates to the late 1800s. All these years later, many people still think that Cherokee Triangle is a perfect place for suburban living.

Visiting the Triangle

Cherokee Triangle is named because the neighborhood is literally shaped like a triangle. It's between Cherokee Park on one side and Cave Hill on the other, a national monument and the final resting place of Kentucky legends such as Colonel Sanders and Muhammad Ali. Cherokee Triangle is right between these two beautiful places where natural beauty thrives.

Visit Cherokee Triangle

Start driving around here, and you're going to love the homes you find in Cherokee Triangle. The custom homes here are ornate and grand, surrounded by landscaping. Each home is unique and each home is packed with luxury features, multiple bedrooms and multiple bathrooms. Some homes are built in stately brick with tall white columns. Others are painted in vivid colors to show off the late Victorian architecture. There's a home to appeal to everyone here, and most of the homes in Cherokee Triangle will probably appeal to you.

Looking Around Cherokee Triangle

The homes in Cherokee Triangle are amazing on the outside. You'll see great entryways, beautiful lawns, tall shade trees, chimneys, big windows and sprawling, spacious designs. If you get a look inside, you'll see all sorts of incredible extras like modern light fixtures, fireplaces, crown molding, hand-carved wood, built-in shelves, hardwood floors, stainless steel, custom counters, sweeping staircases, big master bathrooms, well, basically all those items on your home wish-list.

Cherokee Triangle is part of the Highlands, a neighborhood known for its cuisine, culture and shopping. There's always something new to see in the Highlands, as well as plenty of traditional, long-established places that are locally famous.

Look around Cherokee Triangle this May and soon, you could be looking at the home you're going to have here.

About the Author:  Joe Hayden is the Team Owner and Manager of the - Your Louisville Real Estate Experts!

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