South Louisville


Beechmont’s distance from downtown once made it an ideal southwest location for local residents to call their summer homes.  Today, Beechmont is a melting pot of native Louisvillians and immigrant populations, contributing some of the best international cuisines and goods from Vietnam, Cuba, Kenya, Ethiopia and more. Beechmont is also home to affordable housing, a thriving arts scene, local festivals and historic gems like the Little Loomhouse. 

Fairdale & Valley Station

Just south of PRP, Valley Station was named for its location between Muldraugh Hill and the Knobs. Valley Station is home to Jefferson Memorial Forest, Riverside (the Farnsley-Moremen Landing) and the Louisville Loop, among other wonders. Like Valley Station, Fairdale is flanked by Jefferson Memorial Forest, as well as the historic South Park County Club, which is the oldest country club in the state of Kentucky.

Iroquois Park

Just as the name suggests, this neighborhood is primarily dominated by Iroquois Park—A Frederik Olmsted park. The beautiful greenspace provides a backdrop of play spaces, scenic running paths, and quaint nooks tucked away from the city, and is home to Louisville’s famous Iroquois Amphitheater. This south end neighborhood is peppered with international restaurants and grocery stores, and beautiful residential neighborhoods, and is a short commute to Louisville International Airport. 


Situated between General Electric’s Appliance Park and Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport, Newburg is an affordable part of the city. Just 15 minutes from all sorts of neighborhoods, Newburg is close to the Louisville Zoo and Kentucky Kingdom, and recently added and education and technology driven library. 

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Pleasure Ridge Park

Close to both Downtown Louisville and Fort Knox, Pleasure Ridge Park (or PRP) is home to Waverly Hills Sanatorium, a former tuberculosis hospital and current haunted house. Dixie Highway is the main artery through PRP and boasts many food and shopping venues.


Shively traces its roots back to shortly after the first settlement on the Falls of the Ohio when a stagecoach shop first opened there in 1831. Today, Shively is home to local distilleries like Bulleit, Early Times and Heaven Hill, as well as Churchill Downs and The Kentucky Derby Museum.