Landis Lakes, just south of Lake Forest off Shelbyville Road, is a gorgeous neighborhood with some remarkable homes. The price range for homes in this neighborhood starts in the low $400’s and moves up to the high $600’s. These are large homes, averaging around 3,400 square feet on generally 1/3-acre lots.
Home to Homearama in 2006, Beech Spring Farm is another grand, east-end neighborhood that caters to homeowners with exquisite tastes. The subdivision is located off Barbour Ln. near Brownsboro Farm, just down Highway 22 from Springhurst and Norton Commons, east of Prospect. This is a great place to consider if you’re looking for high-end homes built within the past five years in a neighborhood located inside the Gene Snyder Expressway so that you’re close to shopping, restaurants, and transportation.
Woodmont is another up-scale, east-end neighborhood that got its start at the beginning of the new millennium. Off Old Henry Road, Woodmont is close to expressways but still feels like it’s in a private setting away from commercial clutter. Across the street from Fox Run and near Lake Forest, this neighborhood has newer homes from the mid $300s up to the $500s sitting on 1/3 to 1/2 acre lots on average. With a clubhouse/pool and the gently rolling hills, Woodmont might be just what you’re looking for!
Fox Run is a newer neighborhood in the popular area near Old Henry Road. Close to both Woodmont and prestigious Lake Forest, Fox Run offers homes from $300k-$400k. This neighborhood was just developed about five years ago and already they built more than 50 homes, with more under construction as I type. If you’re looking for new construction in the price range, this east end of Louisville subdivision with worth considering.
Rock Springs is a brand new RJ Thieneman neighborhood right off Highway 22 still inside Jefferson County. (It’s streets aren’t even mapped yet!) Homes start in the low $300s and feature styling not commonly found in traditionally minded Louisville. Rock Springs, near Prospect and Glen Oaks, is close to shopping in The Summit and expressways. There are currently a good number of available lots if you want to build the custom home of your dreams in this great location.
Locust Creek is a newer neighborhood that boasts hosting Homearama in 2002, 2003, and 2004. The latest news is that it will once again host Homearama this year! For more information on Homearama 2008, please visit their site.
Like Springhurst, Lake Forest is considered one of Louisville’s premier neighborhoods. The subdivision began in the early 1980s and hasn’t stopped growing, with new developments like Lake Forest Highlands and other sections adding on to the original neighborhood. It’s located off Shelbyville Road, just outside the Gene Snyder Freeway in Middletown, and with a new shopping center opening directly across the street, Lake Forest continues to impress.
Hillcrest, like Sutherland, is one of Louisville's larger high-end neighborhoods. Located just across the Oldham Co. line on Highway 42, Hillcrest boasts some large lots, rolling hills, and some amazing…
Stone Lakes is a well-designed subdivision off Taylorsville Road in Louisville's East End. Still inside the Gene Snyder freeway, this neighborhood has some gorgeous lake views and several walking paths…
In the heart of Louisville resides St. Matthews. For the past 50 years, St. Matthews has been home to some of the city’s best shopping with both Mall St. Matthews and Oxmoor Mall. When a Louisvillian hears St. Matthews, they generally think of shopping.
Springhurst is one of Louisville’s premiere neighborhoods with wonderful options in housing, shopping, and entertainment. In truth, the Villages of Springhurst are a collection of several smaller subdivisions with names like Felsmere, Moorfield, or Springbrook. Within the Springhurst neighborhood is the village of White Blossom, sometimes thought to be its neighborhood but it’s not.