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Walk Among Literary Figures at Cave Hill Cemetery May 11

You may be familiar with Louisville’s museum district downtown, or the arts district. You’ve probably heard of Churchill Downs, which is close to the University of Louisville campus. But did you know that Louisville has a national historic monument? Cave Hill Cemetery is a Victorian-era national attraction and arboretum that is the final home of many important literary figures. Find out more about them during a unique walking tour of this beautiful landmark.

Literary Walking Tour

Cave Hill has its own “poet’s corner,” a breathtaking area where some elite writers have been laid to rest. Learn more about these incredible figures with a guided walking tour of this amazing landmark. The beautiful grounds here are designed to be peaceful and serene, calming and quiet. There’s lots of rolling green hills, flowering plants and shade trees.

Cave Hill Cemetery Notable Literary Figures

Be ready to walk at 9:30 am. Tickets for the walking tour cost $15 per person. Meet up with the rest of group and the guide at 701 Baxter Avenue. Cave Hill Cemetery is right next to the neighborhood known as Cherokee Triangle. This neighborhood is named for Cherokee Park, which is right on the other side of the community. Cherokee Triangle is between two of Louisville's most beautiful green spaces, and it's the home of some of the city's most incredible real estate, too.

Take a Tour of Cherokee Triangle

It's the architecture that helps set Cherokee Triangle apart. This neighborhood has a distinctly late Victorian flair with lots of round towers, big front porches with columns and tall, stately designs. You'll see homes built in grand brick, pretty stone and colorful siding. Each home here is unique with a one-of-a-kind design.

Many of the homes here are surrounded by custom landscaping designs, too. Inside, houses in Cherokee Triangle are filled with all sorts of Victorian-era features. Many homes here still have hardwood floors, custom woodwork and stone details that date to the early 1900s, when the neighborhood was built. Some homes even have swimming pools, carriage houses and other incredible extras.

Despite their age, the homes in Cherokee Triangle are thoroughly modern. The architectural beauty and high-end features are all intact, but the houses have all those little features and extra additions that today's homeowners are looking for.

Cherokee Triangle has everything you want in a place to live, including a great location. This neighborhood is part of the Highlands, and that means it's in the thick of a great food and theater culture. The Highlands is known for its boutiques and its variety of entertainment options, not to mention the great schools and parks.

Tour Cave Hill and Cherokee Triangle this May, and you’ll find lots of reasons to live here.

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

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