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Louisville is a city located in Jefferson County Kentucky. Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky and has a population of over 800,000 people. Per Realtors Property Resource, the median estimated home value is $145,130 and the median list price is $169,900. Since November 2015, the home value in Louisville has increased by 11.4%. About 61% of people in Louisville own their home and 39% rent their home. The median household income in Louisville is $44,806.
Homes for Sale in Louisville
The Hollinden Team updates this search for Louisville houses on a daily basis from the Louisville MLS. Feel free to use the Advance Search Tools of our Louisville MLS to find homes for sale in Louisville. There are several home types such as condos, single family homes, duplex, triplexes, quadplexes, and patio homes Louisville KY.
Some of the more well-known areas in Louisville include Middletown, Anchorage, Hikes Point, Audubon Park, Germantown, Highlands, Nulu, Butchertown, Fern Creek, St. Matthews, Jeffersontown, and Old Louisville.
Middletown and Anchorage are in eastern Jefferson County. Middletown is in the 40243 zip code and has a median estimated home value of $209,610. Anchorage is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Louisville and has homes ranging from $400,000 to over a million! Anchorage is in the 40223 zip code. Hikes Point is also located in eastern Jefferson County in the 40220 zip code. The median estimated home value is $163,870.
Audubon Park is in central Jefferson County, south of Downtown Louisville in the 40213 zip code. The median estimated home value in Audubon Park is $145,130. Audubon Park is known for their beautiful variety of trees, including the dogwood tree. Germantown is southeast of Downtown Louisville in the 40204 zip code. Germantown median estimated home value is $166,280. Germantown is mainly known for shotgun and camelback style homes. Highlands is near Downtown Louisville in the 40204 and 40205 zip code. The 40204 zip code has an estimated home value of $166,280. In the 40205 zip code, the median estimated home value is $270,520. In the Highlands, you will find colonial style, New England style, cape cod style, and so much more. Highlands residents have one of the highest income brackets amongst all of Louisville. East Market District (NULU) is between the Highlands and Downtown Louisville in the 40202 zip code. The median estimated home value is $312,510. Butchertown is east of downtown Louisville in the 40206 zip code. The median estimated home value is $191,000. Each of these areas is very vibrant and include plenty of eateries, shopping, nightclubs, and bars.
Fern Creek is in south-central Jefferson County extending from inside the Watterson to outside the Gene Synder. The Fern Creek zip code is 40291. The median estimated home value is $168,260. Fern Creek is home to one of the best donut shops in the city, Sugar & Spice Donut Shop.
St. Matthews is east from Downtown Louisville in the 40207 zip code. The St. Matthews area is filled with plenty of shopping and dining options. In fact, two of the largest shopping centers are located in St. Matthews, Oxmoor Mall and St. Matthews Mall. The median estimated home value in St. Matthews is $279,310.
Jeffersontown is located in southeastern Louisville. The median estimated home value in Jeffersontown is $208,750. Jeffersontown is one of Louisville’s largest cities in size and population and is in Jefferson County.
Old Louisville is located in central Louisville in the 40203 zip code. Old Louisville has one of the largest preservation district in the U.S. that includes almost all Victorian homes. Old Louisville also has the greatest number of pedestrian-only streets out of any other neighborhood in the U.S.
Schools in Louisville
Louisville is in the Jefferson County School District. JCPS is the largest school district in Kentucky and has a total of 172 schools. Out of the 172 schools, 18 of those schools are magnet schools, offering 52 magnet programs.
LOUISVILLE KY ATTRACTIONS
Some of Louisville’s largest attractions include Churchill Downs, The Louisville Slugger Museum, Louisville Science Center, Frazier Art Museum, and much more. Churchill Downs is home to the Kentucky Derby which is what many call 'the most exciting two minutes in sports'. The Kentucky Derby attracts millions of people from around the world and U.S. every first Saturday of May. You can read more about Louisville attractions on our Guide to Louisville page.
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