I’m not the only one bragging about Louisville’s real estate these days. It looks like the editors over at This Old House recognize the charm and value in our old Kentucky homes (pun intended).
They recently named Old Louisville, Kentucky one of the “Top 12 Best Places to Buy an Old House” by This Old House.
Stately homes face one another across lush, gaslit “walking courts,” and yards overflow with geraniums and magnolia trees here. Residents treat gardening like a competitive sport, their efforts celebrated by seasonal garden tours. Central Park, a 17-acre municipal green space designed by famed architect Frederick Law Olmsted, sits adjacent to the neighborhood, which was developed in the 1870s.
I don’t know about you but that sounds pretty darn good to me!