Crescent Hill

    Crescent Hill is a sought after neighborhood located four miles outside of downtown Louisville. It is considered one of the oldest suburbs in Louisville- built in the 1850’s when the Louisville and Frankfort Railroad was built. It is placed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Character and Elegance describe the beautiful architecture of the homes in the area. The community has a sense of pride and spirit, and continue to work to make Crescent Hill the area it is. Local eateries such as Porcinis, Blue Dog Bakery and Cafe, Bluegrass Burgers, Crescent Hill Craft House, Caspian Grill, and Joella’s Hot Chicken. Local attractions such as the Louisville Water Company (won highest honor for performance of it’s water quality), Peter-Dumesnil House, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Crescent Hill Golf Course, and Mary T. Meagher Aquatic Center. Schools in the area are Highlands Latin School, Sacred Heart Schools, Chenoweth Elementary School, Holy Spirit, and Barret Traditional Middle School. You can view the are and listings in Crescent Hill through our Map Search feature!