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Cherokee Triangle Real Estate Overview
Cherokee Triangle is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the Louisville area. In the late 1800's two local real estate developers, James Henning and Joshua Speed initially purchased just over 130 acres of unique topography with plans to subdivide into a residential community. At first, the neighborhood was given the name - the Henning and Speed Highland Addition.
One of the first homes built in the Highlands Neighborhood was a two-story brick home built for James Henning's daughter. This home can still be found today at the corner of Cherokee Road and Grinstead Drive.
Just before the turn of the 20th century, the very popular, Cherokee Park opened. This park was designed by Fredrick Law Olmsted, as well as a few other parks in Louisville. With great success, homebuyers were quickly drawn to the homes for sale in Cherokee Triangle. The park quickly became a notable landmark for the neighborhood. Because of the shape of the perimeter of the park, residents began calling this area; Cherokee Triangle. One of the unique features of the area is the physical features of the land. The unique topography is a defining characteristic of the Cherokee Triangle area and other Neighborhoods.
Different Styles of Homes in Cherokee Triangle
Welcome to the neighborhood page for Cherokee Triangle. You will notice that some of the houses in Cherokee Triangle are found situated close together - while others have more spacious lots. There are also unique and decorative landscape designs that complement the rolling, physical features of the land. Different architectural styles of homes vary throughout the Cherokee Triangle neighborhood, The common styles of homes that can be found in the neighborhood range from Colonial Revival, Queen Ann, Tudor, Craftsman and a few others. Most homes are one one-half story to two and one-half story homes. Some homes may be constructed out of brick with carved limestone while another may have stucco.