Welcome to our new and improved Shelby County Homes Report! In this report, we cover both the Shelby County average home sales price and the Bullitt County number of homes sold. Previously, I used median sale price (which is better for math reasons) but switched to average sale price because that’s a value more people are familiar with.

Photo of a home in Shelby County - Shelby County Louisville Homes Report
Shelby County is a very rural place to live. Wide open spaces and gorgeous nature. This is real horse country! But that doesn’t mean they don’t have luxury homes too!

This Shelby County Homes Report covers all the neighborhoods located within Shelby County just outside of Louisville, Kentucky to the south. The spaces are defined by the Louisville Association of Realtors (GLAR) as Louisville MLS Area 30 (see the map). This report includes the following Bullitt County neighborhoods:

Louisville MLS Map Area 30 thumbnail
Area 30 is shown above. Visit Louisville Homes for Sale for more details.
  • Aqua Shores
  • Ardmore Crossing
  • Brassfield
  • Brentwood
  • Bridlewood Estates
  • Brittany Estates
  • Cardinal Club & Estate
  • Cardinal Oaks
  • Cloverbrook Farms
  • Creekside Village
  • Discovery Point
  • Equestrian Lakes
  • Fairview
  • Fairway Crossing
  • Gardens of Station Pointe
  • Guist Creek Ridge
  • Hi Point Village
  • Highlands of Summers
  • Hunting Hills
  • Ken Acres
  • Magnolia Place
  • Majestic Oaks
  • Meadow Glen
  • Meadow Run
  • Meadowbrook
  • Middleton Heights
  • Midland Estates
  • North Country
  • Old Mill Village
  • Osprey Cove
  • Partridge Run
  • Persimmon Ridge
  • Robin Place
  • Rolling Ridge
  • Rural
  • Station Pointe
  • Summersfield Place
  • The Villas at Cardinal Club
  • Todds Station
  • Town N Country
  • Weissinger Estate
  • Woodfield

The larger cities in this county are:

  1. Shelbyville
  2. Simpsonville
  3. Pleasureville

Other neighborhoods and subdivisions besides those listed are also included. Check out Best Louisville Neighborhoods for more information about the nicest neighborhoods in the greater Louisville, Kentucky area.

Shelby County Homes Report

Now let’s look at the average home sales price and the number of homes sold in Shelby County, Kentucky.

Home sales chart and home prices chart for Shelby County Kentucky for the 12 months ending March 2024 - MLS Area 30

It’s important to note a few things.

  1. The sample size varies greatly by the MLS area. Area 0 is quite small and may only have a handful of properties sold in a given month. Area 7 is Louisville’s largest MLS area. Look at each chart’s scale to get a better feel for the area’s size.
  2. The 1-year trend-line gauges where home values are going. This is superior to simply looking at the monthly totals. We average the previous 12 months of the average sale prices to arrive at this value.

This Shelby County Homes Report is just one of the many housing reports I publish here. Having access to this accurate, current information gives you control. This helps you make the best possible decision in your home-buying transaction. If you have any questions, please contact Tre Pryor as I would love to work with you on achieving your real estate goals.

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We also have Average Home Price in Louisville KY and the Louisville Home Sales Chart updated monthly.

Shelby County Kentucky Summary

Shelby County, Kentucky, positioned in the heart of the Bluegrass region, is distinguished by its scenic landscapes, agricultural heritage, and growing community. Located east of Louisville, Shelby County spans approximately 386 square miles and is home to a population of around 50,000 residents. The county’s landscape is characterized by rolling hills, horse farms, and historic sites, reflecting its rich agricultural history and rural charm. Despite its pastoral setting, Shelby County enjoys convenient access to urban amenities in Louisville, making it an attractive location for residents seeking a balance between tranquility and accessibility.

One of Shelby County’s most noteworthy aspects is its strong emphasis on equestrian culture and outdoor recreation. The county is renowned for its horse farms and hosts various equestrian events throughout the year. Shelby County is also home to several parks, nature preserves, and outdoor recreational areas, providing ample opportunities for hiking, fishing, and enjoying the natural beauty of the region. Additionally, the county’s community-oriented atmosphere and friendly residents contribute to its appeal as a welcoming and family-friendly place to live in the Bluegrass State.