We make great neighbors.
Greater Louisville is full of diverse neighborhoods and housing options. We have pedestrian districts so well-served you don’t need to buy a car, rural areas so secluded you can’t even see your closest neighbor and everything in between. It’s the perfect balance of the big-city feel and small-town charm.
If you want to be in the center of everything, this is the neighborhood for you. Experience urban living at its best with short commute times, high-rise housing and some of Louisville’s most unique restaurants and shops.
Neighborhoods include Butchertown, Crescent Hill & Clifton, Downtown, Germantown, The Highlands, Nulu, Old Louisville, Smoketown, and more.
If you’re looking for tree-filled yards and a taste of suburbia, this is your neighborhood. The east end is filled with parks, restaurants, shopping, country clubs, and single-family homes.
Neighborhoods include Anchorage, Fern Creek, Hurstbourne, Indian Hills, Jeffersontown, Lyndon, Middletown, Norton Commons, Prospect, Springhurst, St. Matthews, and more.
These historic neighborhoods have seen a resurgence in recent years. South end neighborhoods are characterized by tree-lined parkways, affordable housing, international restaurants, and expansive parks.
Neighborhoods include Beechmont, Fairdale & Valley Station, Iroquious, Newburg, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shively, and more.
As one of the most distinct parts of town, West Louisville is home to some of th oldest neighborhoods and two historic Olmsted Parks. Nestled along the Ohio River, these neighborhoods are transitioning to the newest homes for artists, art galleries, and social service agencies.
Neighborhoods include California, Park DuValle, Parkland, Portland, Russell, Shawnee, and more.
Just across the Ohio River you can see where southern hospitality meets Hoosier charm in these nearby neighborhoods. Here you’ll find affordable housing, fine dining, local breweries and plenty of shopping to keep you busy.
Neighborhoods include Clarksville, Floyds Knobs, Jeffersonville, New Albany, Sellersburg, and more.
If you’re looking for a little more space, take a trip out to some of the counties outside of Louisville Metro. Out here you’ll find large acreages, farms, and plenty of space for you to roam, all within a short distance to downtown.
Kentucky counties include Bullitt, Hardin, Henry, Meade, Nelson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble.
Indiana counties include Harrison, Scott and Washington.
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