I’ve been tracking, analyzing, and publishing reports on Louisville real estate data since 2006. You’ve found one such post! I update the Louisville KY average home price each and every month.

On this website, I track both the median and average sales prices for homes sold in Louisville, Kentucky for the past 36 months. To clarify, people think of “Louisville” in many different ways. It used to be simply the Louisville city limit then the city and county governments merged in 2003. Currently, all of Jefferson County is considered Louisville.

Practically speaking, many of us think of our neighboring counties (Oldham, Shelby, Spencer, and Bullitt) as being part of Louisville, as well. Who am I to say they’re wrong?

But for the purpose of this page tracking the Louisville KY average home price, I’m just going to focus on all of Jefferson Couty. Below you’ll see the most recent chart for both the average and median prices going back three years.

Louisville KY Average Home Price

Louisville KY Average Home Price and Louisville KY Median Home Price 3 Year chart through April 2023.

Per this chart, the currentĀ average home price in Louisville is $294,597. The median price of homes sold this past month is $252,000. Also, pay attention to the 3-year trend line established for both metrics. While the seasonality effect is clearly evident for the monthly numbers, we can put more weight on the trend line values.

The data used for this chart comes from the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors.

Louisville Home Prices by Area

You can also find Louisville housing reports that include home sales and prices for each of the following MLS areas that are located within Jefferson County. At the end of this list, you’ll find reports for our neighboring counties of Bullitt, Spencer, Shelby, and Oldham.

  • Downtown [Area 0]
    This also includes Old Louisville, NuLu, Shelby Park, and a portion of Old Louisville.
  • Old Louisville [Area 1]
    This also includes West Louisville, Portland, Shawnee, Shively, Chickasaw, Parkland, and nearby areas.
  • The Highlands [Area 2]
    This also includes Butchertown, Germantown, Parkway Village, Audubon Park, Seneca Gardens, Tyler Park, and nearby areas.
  • St. Matthews [Area 3]
    Area 3 also includes Crescent Hill, Clifton, Mockingbird Gardens, Mockingbird Valley, Indian Hills, Cherokee Gardens, Rolling Fields, and nearby areas.
  • Pleasure Ridge Park [Area 4]
    This also includes Valley Station, Shively, Grandel Farms, Hunters Pointe, and nearby areas.
  • Fairdale [Area 5]
    This also includes Auburndale, Iroquois Park, Beechmont, Hazelwood, Windsor Forest, Yorktown North, and nearby areas.
  • Okolona [Area 6]
    This also includes Newburg, Highview, Fern Creek, Buechel, Cooper Farms, and nearby areas.)
  • Jeffersontown [Area 7]
    This also includes Fern Creek, Hikes Point, Stony Brook, Houston Acres, Hurstbourne Acres, St. Regis Park, Billtown Farms, Saratoga Woods, Saratoga Springs, Shakes Run, Glenmary/Glenmary Estates, Stone Lakes, Watterson Woods, and nearby areas.
  • Middletown [Area 8]
    This also includes Hurstbourne, Douglass Hills, Anchorage, Plainview, Arlington Meadows, Forest Springs, Glen Lakes, Lake Forest, Locust Creek, Polo Fields, Woodmont, and nearby areas.
  • Prospect [Area 9]
    This also includes Anchorage, Glenview, Lyndon, Norton Commons, Springhurst, Beech Spring Farm, Hunting Creek/Hunting Creek Estates, Graymoor/Devondale, Oakhurst, Rock Springs, and nearby areas.
  • Bullitt County [Area 11]
  • Spencer County [Area 19]
  • North Oldham County [Area 20]
  • South Oldham County [Area 21]
  • Shelby County [Area 30]

Homes Sold in Louisville Kentucky

As you’ve seen, this chart and data are for the Louisville KY average home price, as well as, the median home price for the past three years. But I also publish the Louisville KY home sales chart for the past six years in an easy-to-read chart. Head over to see that as well.

If there’s anything related to real estate here in Louisville, Kentucky that you’d like to see please contact me! As a numbers geek, I’m always open to new projects.