Louisville is a remarkable town. It is a crossroads of historical cultures, and its architecture reflects this splendidly. Regardless of whether you own a house or not, a Sunday spent walking the streets of Louisville can be a journey of exploration as you unravel the city’s history through its buildings. Here are four building styles you’ll find in Louisville housing that speak volumes about the evolution of this proud town.
Louisville Housing: The Shotgun
No profile of Louisville’s historic architecture would be complete without a mention of the shotgun shack. Louisville housing includes the largest collection of shotgun shacks in the country. However, New Orleans held the title before Hurricane Katrina devastated the city.Continue reading “Architectural Styles that Make Louisville Housing So Unique”