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Living in Oldham County

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Why do residents choose to live in Oldham County? There are several answers to this questions. Most commonly, people choose to move to Oldham County for the award-winning school district, options to purchase homes with acreage, and quaint restaurants and shopping. Many residents that live in Oldham County commute to Louisville for work. 

Oldham County includes GoshenBucknerProspectCrestwoodLa Grange, and Pewee Valley. We will discuss each area and some of the neighborhoods you can find.

Goshen

This area is in the western portion of Oldham County in the 40026 zip code. The median estimated home value is $589,000 and the average price per square foot is $139. Goshen has a wide range of home styles and price ranges. Homes can range anywhere from lower $100,000 to over a million! Goshen is about 16 miles away from downtown Louisville. 

Harmony Landing- Located off Highway 42, this established Goshen neighborhood provides various home styles for homeowners. Construction of this subdivision began around the 1980s. In Harmony Landing, you will find anything from a log home to classic colonial style homes. Some homes have lots that provide a few acres. Homes in Harmony Landing have sold between $150,000 and $490,000 in the last few years.

Lakeview Estates- Another established neighborhood with homes around 20-40 years old. Lakeview Estates is accessible from Hwy 42.  Homes have sold between $160,000 to $280,000. You are going to find a wide variety of home styles in this neighborhood. Two stories, ranches, and tri-levels are just a few styles you’ll see.

Longwood- This newer luxury neighborhood is accessible from Highway 1793. To live in this subdivision, expect to pay $600,000 and above. Most of these homes are custom built and include high-end upgrades. If you are interested in living in the neighborhood, the Hollinden Team currently has a Longwood home listed at 1902 Ashford Drive.

Buckner

Buckner is a smaller town situated between Crestwood and La Grange. The median estimated home price is $412,375 and the average price per square foot is $122.06. If you live in Buckner, you will be about 20 miles from Louisville.

Darby Pointe-  This neighborhood can be accessed from Highway 146. Construction began in the 1990s but you will still see some homes being developed today. Lots tend to be spacious in this neighborhood, many have a minimum of one acre. Homes in this neighborhood range from $180,000 to $430,000.

Prospect

Prospect is actually located in both Jefferson County and Oldham County in the 40059 zip code. The median estimated home price is $525,000 and the average price per square foot $180.50. Prospect has plenty of close by shopping centers and many golf courses.

Belknap Beach Estates- This subdivision offers homes with million dollar views of the Ohio River.  Homes in the neighborhood each have their own character; you can find all construction types and styles. Prices range from $250,000 to over a million!

Glen Oaks- This is a unique subdivision as it is located in both Oldham County and Jefferson County. There is also a country club within the neighborhood that includes an 18-hole golf course, swimming pool, wading pool, full-service dining room, and grille room. Homes tend to be all brick traditional style homes. Homes range between $300,000 to $800,000.

Crestwood

Crestwood is located in southwestern Oldham County in the 40014 zip code. It is really hard to see the break between Pewee Valley and Crestwood. The median estimated home price in Crestwood is $419,900 and the average price per square foot is $135.50. Crestwood is 18 miles away from downtown Louisville.

Kentucky Acres- Located off Highway 22, this established neighborhood began construction in the 1970s and has the opportunity for new development today. This subdivision features large tree-lined lots and a variety of styles of homes. Homes range from $140,000 to around $300,000. Newer homes will be closer to the $300,000 mark. 

Harrods Crossing- This subdivision is located off Highway 1694. Homes range anywhere from $650,000 to $900,000 but you get what you pay for. Stunning custom built homes on two to three acres are what you'll find in Harrods Crossing. 

La Grange

This area is located in the western portion of Oldham County in both the 40031 and 40032 zip codes. The median estimated home price is $325,000 and the average price for square foot is $149.19. LaGrange is located about 24 miles away from downtown Louisville.

Gleneagles Estates- This subdivision is located off I-71 North. Construction began in the 1990s through the early 2000s. Homes in this neighborhood are mostly all brick and have a traditional style. Homes in Gleneagle Estates usually range between $250,000 to $550,000. 

L'Esprit- Located off of North I-71, L’Esprit is a horse lovers dream. Development of this 5,000-acre equestrian neighborhood began in the 1980s and continued on until the mid-2000s. Initially, this neighborhood was developed as a community for Arabian horses. More recently, this neighborhood has grown into a home for various breeds of horses. Homes range from $300,000-$3,000,000.

Pewee Valley- Pewee Valley is in the southern portion of Oldham County in the 40056 zip code. This area is close to Crestwood and is within a few miles of Middletown, an area in eastern Jefferson County. The median estimated home value is $287,500 and the average price per square foot is $146.02. Pewee Valley is 24 miles away from downtown Louisville.

Ashbrooke- This neighborhood is located off Ash Ave. In Ashbrooke, homes vary in age and style. You can find cape cods, ranches, two stories, and much more. Homes were built between the 1970s to the early 2000s. Ashbrooke homes range from $140,000 to $280,000. 

We hope this blog gave you a better idea of what it is like to live in Oldham County. If you have questions about moving to Oldham County, call the Hollinden Team at (502) 429-3866.

 

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