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About Old Louisville Kentucky

A small neighborhood with a rich history. Old Louisville was originally known as the first suburb in the Louisville area and quickly grew to be one of the most popular neighborhoods in Louisville just after the turn of the century. Still today, it continues to be a great place for many to call home. One of the popular attractions in the neighborhood is the annual St. James Art Fair. If you have any questions about any homes in Old Louisville, one of our top real estate agents here with to help.

Old Louisville Real Estate Statistics

Avg Home Price in Old Louisville $417K
Lowest Price Home in Old Louisville $75K
Highest Priced Home in Old Louisville $899K
Total Homes for Sale in Old Louisville 8
Avg. Days On Market 130
Avg. Price/SQFT $126

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History & Homes in Old Louisville

Old Louisville Subdivision Map

Originally known as Louisville's first suburb. Old Louisville began early development in the mid-1800's. Between Broadway and Ormsby Avenue, many residents began building two-story and three-story brick homes. By the turn of the century, Old Louisville was one of the city's most popular neighborhoods.

[DETAILED MAP OF OLD LOUISVILLE]

Becuase of the efforts to preserve historical areas in Louisville you can still enjoy the interesting features of real estate in Old Louisville. Including Louisville's first pedestrian-only walking court. Found at Belgravia Court, just near St James Court. Once the streetcar was introduced to the city. Many Louisville residents started to move east of the city to find other homes for sale in Highlands, Crescent Hill, Clifton and Cherokee Triangle.

Homes in Old Louisville can be found on narrow lots. Causing less than ideal situations for parking. Typical parking for homeowners are limited on-street parking or some houses in Old Louisville have garages in the rear of the lot. Common architect-style homes in Old Louisville are Romanesque, Italian Renaissance Revival, Colonial, Queen Ann and Craftsman style. With much detail, houses featured carved stone, terracotta, decorative wood trim and more.


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