Crescent Hill is a sought after neighborhood located four miles outside of downtown Louisville.
“The history of Crescent Hill can be traced back to the original pioneer road of the 1780s. Upgraded as the Louisville-Lexington Turnpike in 1817, it is today’s Frankfort Avenue. With the coming of the Louisville-Frankfort Railroad line in 1849, Crescent Hill became a true suburb. Early structures were joined by splendid homes as many prominent Louisvillian’s chose the area as the location for their “summer residences.”” (Description Courtesy of www.crescenthill.us)