Category Archives: Louisville Neighborhoods

The Old Louisville Neighborhood

The beautiful and historic district of Old Louisville actually started as a suburb in the 1870’s under the name Southern Extension. The name Old Louisville came about in the early 1960’s. The area extends a full 48 blocks of beautiful architectural designs. Many buildings still have the stone pillars complete with authentic lion, gargoyle or pineapple statues. Continue reading

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Hikes Point in Louisville, Kentucky

Hikes Point is located in eastern Louisville, Kentucky, between the Highlands and Buechel neighborhoods. Settled by American Revolutionary War veteran George Hikes in 1791, the area became populated by the Hikes family who later opened grist and saw mills in the early 19th century. Continue reading

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Polo Fields Neighborhood in Louisville, Kentucky

The Polo Fields Neighborhood is located in eastern Jefferson County and features some of the loveliest real estate and landscaping in all of Louisville, Kentucky. Continue reading

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Louisville Neighborhoods Near the Ohio River

Some of Louisville, Kentucky’s most beautiful neighborhoods are situated very close to the Ohio River, with immaculate homes and lifestyles. The Ohio River is the largest tributary of the Mississippi River at approximately 981 miles long. Thomas Jefferson once stated it was “the most beautiful river on Earth.” Continue reading

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The Clifton Neighborhood in Louisville, Kentucky

Clifton is an eclectic, trendy neighborhood, just a couple miles east of downtown Louisville, Kentucky. Clifton, with its high walkability score, boasts plenty of sidewalks for residents to stroll along Frankfort Avenue, which is spotted with locally owned shops and restaurants (Think Bardstown Road without the loud, wild nightlife!). Continue reading

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