Built around a golf course — where each hole is bounded on both sides by homes — Lake Forest and its approximately 1,700 residences are a go-to option for professionals moving into the community.
It’s not just that the golf course is a real player — the best subdivision links in the area — but it’s also the location of those 18 holes.
It’s hard to believe that the expansive Belknap neighborhood, which makes up the southernmost part of the Highlands, once featured nothing but straight streets when today its street pattern is decidedly curvilinear.
If Louisville has a version of New York City’s trendy Meatpacking District, it is Butchertown.
The tiny sixth-class city of Brownsboro Farm should be right up your alley if your ideal is to find an attractive, affordable home outside the Watterson.
Many people are drawn to the Beechmont neighborhood by its bargains. Stately Victorian houses and Arts and Crafts bungalows along Southern Parkway resemble houses found in Highlands neighborhoods but sell for considerably less.