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History & Homes in Clifton Louisville
Clifton is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the Louisville KY area. Located east of Downtown Louisville. Just less than 500 acres, Clifton is enclosed by the popular Brownsboro Rd, Interstate 64 and Mellwood Avenue. Closely related to a more industrial town, Butchertown and situated near the alike; Crescent Hill. In the late 1800's and early 1900's, homebuyers looking for homes for sale in Clifton would find more modest homes situated on smaller lots here in the Clifton Neighborhood. One of the unique features of the area is the physical features of the land. The unusual topography is a defining characteristic of the Clifton Neighborhood.
In the past, homeowners in the area would also improve upon their homes by installing, attractive iron fences or stone walls around the property. Some of these beautiful and distinctive fences are still standing today.
Clifton Neighborhood Development
Neighborhood development slowly started around the 1850's but soon progressed after the Civil War. The popular Frankfort Ave that runs through the Clifton subdivision, was previously known as the Louisville and Lexington Turnpike. A toll road with great Louisville History dating back to the 1700's. Clifton is also home to two, smaller parks. Clifton Park, which was developed in the 1960's from the unused land from the earlier construction of I-64 and Bingham Park, which is a small park of only 4 acres of land.
Living in the Clifton Neighborhood
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Did You Know: The Earliest Settler of the Clifton neighborhood, Colonel Joshua B Bowles, built an estate just in the mid-1800's and called it "Clifton". Giving it the Neighborhood name that we know it as today.