Guides

    • Frankfort Ave

      One of the most popular and well-known streets in all of Louisville, Frankfort Avenue stretches to connect the charming and sought-after neighborhoods of Clifton, Crescent Hill, and St. Matthews. The Avenue…

    • Anchorage

      The city of Anchorage is one of the most beautiful cities you will see in Louisville and Kentucky. Back in 1773, Isaac Hite was awarded a land grant in the…

    • Springhurst

      Springhurst is the happening area in Louisville. Whether your hobby is working out, eating, or shopping, Springhurst has it. E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park offers long walking trails, tennis courts,…

    • Jeffersontown

      This Jefferson County gem is a major suburb of Louisville. Jeffersontown is home to the largest industrial park in Kentucky with 850 businesses that employ 38,000 employees. It is the metro…

    • Middletown

      Middletown is an independent city in Jefferson County. Middletown is home to many local shops and restaurants and is continuously developing. It offers a variety of housing opportunities ranging from…

    • Old Louisville

      Old Louisville is a beautiful, historic neighborhood located in central Louisville. It is the largest preservation district featuring almost entirely Victorian architecture and contains the highest amount of stained glass…

    • Indian Hills

      Indian Hills is a community approximately seven miles outside of Downtown. Indian Hills and its nearby neighbors, Mockingbird Valley, Glenview, and Anchorage have been considered the most prosperous suburbs of…

    • Pleasure Ridge Park

      One of Louisville’s older neighborhoods, Pleasure Ridge Park (PRP) was first settled by French and German immigrants. It was an extremely popular area to live before World War I since…

    • Shelby County

      Shelby County, named after the first Governor of Kentucky, Isaac Shelby, is known as the Saddlebred Capital of the World. If you love everything horses, this location is for you. It…

    • Downtown Louisville

      Downtown Louisville, as expected, is a happening place. Not just because of the businesses that surround the area, but because of the restoration of older homes leading to an increase…

    • 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…

    • Highlands

      When we say there’s something for everyone in the Highlands, we mean EVERYONE! Events abound, restaurants, bars, pubs, and locally owned businesses line the streets. The arts community is huge,…

    • Lake Forest

      One of Louisville’s most prestigious communities, Lake Forest hosts over 1700 homes, and continues to grow. Pools, jogging trails, tennis courts, parks, green space, golf courses, a private country club–…

    • Luxury Homes

      Luxury homes refer not only to the value of a specific home, but also to the amenities that go with it. Views, location, customization, historical or architectural significance, curb appeal,…

    • New Construction

      New Construction is the easiest way to create your dream home with as much precision as you can imagine! From the ground breaking to the final walkthrough– if you dream…

    • Fern Creek

      Fern Creek is a historic neighborhood in Southeastern Louisville and is about 12 miles from Downtown Louisville. Great for families, Fern Creek has a strong community base you’ll want to be…

    • Norton Commons

      “New Urbanist”, “Traditional Neighborhood Development”…. Whatever you call it, Norton Commons is the first of it’s kind in Louisville. An inclusive neighborhood that brings all the essentials of living within…

    • Oldham County

      Bourbon, horses, farm tours, trains, gardens, oh my! Oldham County hosts it all– in addition to a highly recognized school system, beautiful houses, and more. There’s always something to do…

    • Wolf Trace

      Are you looking for a combination of a quiet neighborhood that’s close to the ease of city life? Look no further than Wolf Trace– one mile north of Brownsboro Road,…

    • Crestwood

      Bridging Jefferson and Oldham Counties, Crestwood is a quiet, small town that’s perfect for families. Situated just inside the county line, Crestwood boasts Oldham County Schools, as well as a…

    • St. Matthews

      One of the most well-sought after neighborhoods in Louisville, St. Matthews is full of life! Homes are always in high demand, and businesses continue to grow and flourish in this…

    • Prospect

      Straddling Jefferson and Oldham County, Prospect has something for everyone. A variety of schools, to over 140 acres of preserved wooded areas for a variety of outdoor activities, to libraries,…