The Highlands in Louisville is a great place to call home

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The Highlands is one of the most interesting areas in Louisville. Rich in history, it is a three-mile stretch of homes and businesses. People actually started to occupy this area as early as the Civil War time period. Bardstown Road, one of the main streets of the Highlands, was originally a turnpike and tolls were collected. Most families who settled here were English or German in descent, although today quite a mixture of cultures resides here peacefully.

 

If you are looking to live in The Highlands, it helps to know some of the neighborhoods: part of Phoenix Hill is in The Highlands, Irish Hill, Cherokee Triangle, Tyler Park, Deer Park, Bonnycastle, Highlands-Douglass, and Belknap. There is also a band of small cities that are said to be the Upper Highlands: Strathmoor Manor, Strathmoor Village, Wellington, and Kingsley.

 

The Highlands Louisville KY - image courtesy of W. Marsh, Creative CommonsNever short on entertainment, Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue have their share of popular bars, nightclubs, and specialty shops. The “keep Louisville weird” billboard is displayed proudly in the area. In fact, there are so many night clubs and restaurants, the residents refer to it as “Restaurant Row.” Bardstown Road is home of the Comedy Caravan where you can watch and listen to some live comedians.

 

If you like parks, golf courses and other places where nature abounds, you’ll love living here. Cherokee Park is hugely popular, and Cherokee Golf Course is beside it. Also, there is Willow Park, Douglass Park & Community Center, Seneca Park and Seneca Golf Course, Lucille Grant Park, Creason Park, and Warheim Park. Other fun pursuits are the Louisville Nature Center & Preserve, the Louisville Tennis Center, Louisville Zoo, and Louisville Mega Cavern.

 

The Highlands is home to two universities: Bellarmine and Sullivan.  It is interesting to note that residences here in the neighborhood house a high percentage of college graduates.

 

Located in Louisville’s Multiple Listing Service (MLS) Area 2, which also includes adjoining areas Butchertown and Germantown, currently (as of June 2012) single family residences and condos are listed anywhere from $18,000 all the way to over $2.8 million.

 

For the most updated information on current listings, contact The Brenda Doll Team, Keller Williams Realty Louisville East at 502-554-9520. You will be directed to one of our agents who will be glad to talk with you about the area, or assist you with finding a home in the popular area of The Highlands. You may also visit our website for more information on homes for sale in The Highlands or anywhere in the Louisville area. 

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Jennifer Chiongbian
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Here's another great billboard for you--but in Manhattan.  Parking can cost you about $20 for 30 mins. and an averge of $400-600 a month to garage your car.

 

The HighLine

 

 

Jun 27, 2012 02:26 PM #1
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Wayne Johnson
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Brenda-Keep Louisville Wierd is a tag line used by Austin here in Texas too. Must be something about college towns and keeping wierdness alive.

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Jennifer: I'm speechless about those prices! That is a great billboard. Did you take that photo?

Wayne: I didn't know that. And you might be right. 

Jun 28, 2012 05:56 AM #3
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