See the Fall Antique Market at Locust Grove September 24
Browse at the Fall Antique Market, and you may discover some hidden gems. The antique market is coming to one of Louisville’s historic properties, the perfect setting for some serious shopping. Come just to look, come to buy, come to browse, but come here and have a good time.
Fall Antiques Market
The fall antiques market at Locust Grove truly has everything. You’ll find china and children’s toys, sterling teapots and gorgeous breakfronts, not to mention a few hidden gems. The antiques are from the 18th century forward and include jewelry, furniture, textiles, silver and all sorts of amazing items from days gone by.
Be at Locust Grove to browse the market from 10 am to 4:30 pm to browse the deals and meet other history lovers. You’ll be at a gorgeous historic property, and there’s hardly a better place to shop than that. Locust Grove was built in the earliest days of Kentucky, 1792. The focal point of the property is the amazing Georgian mansion, but the entire property here has been preserved and restored beautifully so generations of Kentuckians may enjoy it and visit with the past.
Find Locust Grove at 561 Blankenbaker Lane. It’s surrounded by the Indian Hills neighborhood, one of the most popular communities in the city. If historically beautiful architecture appeals to you, you'll feel right at home in Indian Hills.
Falling for Indian Hills
It won’t take you long to find a home to love in this neighborhood, in fact. Indian Hills is made up of stunning historic homes built in grand, traditional architecture. Each stately, estate-like home that you pass will become your new favorite, until you've fallen in love with every home here. Homes in Indian Hills have multiple bedrooms and high-end features, stunning landscaping and lots of property to sprawl out upon. This neighborhood was designed to stand apart from others in Louisville, with a truly unique look that you won't find elsewhere in the city.
Beargrass Creek runs through Indian Hills, and developers here decided to take full advantage of this natural feature. Much of the neighborhood was left undeveloped to keep the natural beauty intact, in fact. Indian Hills is full of rock formations, trees and native plant life. This gives residents privacy, because lots are spaced out and spread out, separated by nature. You'll feel far away from the hectic pace of the city, but Indian Hills is really only minutes away from downtown Louisville. The neighborhood stretches all the way to the river, and lies next to the Louisville Country Club.
Who knows what you might end up buying this September after you shop around a bit in this area of the city?
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