Welcome to your local source for Homes for sale in Oldham County. A suburban area located only 25 miles northeast of Louisville, KY and less than 100 miles from Cincinnati with convenient access to I-71. Oldham County has been highly recognized for its Public School system. As Oldham County real estate specialist, we have created an easy way for you to search for real estate in Oldham County. A premier website that is UPDATED every 15 minutes.
(professional Photos Coming Soon!) New Listing Located North Ridge Farms Subdivision! Enjoy A Large One-acre Lot, Mature Landscape, Beautiful Views And Convenience To The East Oldham School Campus. This Meticulously Maintained Home Offers Nearl...
The Character Of The Home Shines Through The Moment You Walk In The Front Door. The Stone Floor In The Foyer, The Master Bedroom With A Balcony Overlooking The Beautiful Park-like Yard, And The Stone Fireplace In The Family Room All Add To The Ho...
This One-owner, 1.5 Story Home Is Situated On An Amazing Wooded Cul-de-sac Lot, Adjacent To A Nature Preserve In The Lovely Oldham County Neighborhood Of Briar Hill Estates. As You Enter, You Are Greeted With A Vaulted Two-story Foyer Which Offers...
This Like New Home Is Located Just Outside Of Historic Lagrange. Great Craftsman Style On A Private Lot With Room To Roam! This Hardi Plank Style Siding And Stone Walk-out Home Sits On 2 Acres Perfect For Outdoor Family Fun, Whether It's A Garden,...
Beautiful Craftsman Style, 5 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath Home Available In Oldham County School District!! Lots Of Windows Let The Natural Light Pour In!! Granite Counters And Stainless Appliances In The Kichen,large Master Bedroom, Large Walk In Closet An...
Looking For 2 Acres, Wooded Lot In Oldham County, Look No More. Beautiful Home With Big Eat-in Kitchen, Loft Overlooking Great Room. First Floor Master Suite. First Floor Laundry Room Off The Kitchen. Finished Walkout To A Beautiful Wooded Backya...
This Adorable Solid Home Is Super Convenient To Downtown Lagrange Yet Offers A Country Feel. Almost 1.5 Acres Of Flat And Shaded Property. Home Is On Sewer System. This Has New Windows, Updated Kitchen With Stylish Counter Tops And Fixtures. Upsta...
Oldham County-estates Of Hunting Creek. Situated Perfectly On Over An Acre, The Main Level Is Home To An Office, Dining Rm, Living Rm, Eat-in Kitchen, Hearth Rm, Florida Rm, Laundry Rm, Luxurious Owner's Suite & So Much More. The Upper Level Featu...
A Must See. Beautiful Oldham County Home In Falcon Ridge. This Large Traditional Home Has Soaring Ceilings, Upgraded Laminate Flooring And Formal Dinning. Kitchen Has Granite, Stainless Steel Appliances And Custom Cabinetry. First Floor Master Wit...
Your Home Search Has Ended! Welcome To The Premier Lot, In The Premier Neighborhood For Land In All Of Prospect. This North Oldham County Home Will Completely Wow You From The Outside In. Nearly 3 1/4 Acres, This Property Feels At Least 7 Acres La...
Location! Location! Location! Updates, Open, Spacious, Gorgeous 5 Years Old Home In Celebration Park, In Sought After Oldham County!!! Walk Into The Foyer Which Opens To A Formal Dining Room And Continue To A Wonderful Eat-in Kitchen Featuring Gra...
Slogan: "Quitely Amazing" Take a quick tour through the area and attractions of Oldham County. Learn why the slogan for this community is know as "Quietly Amazing". Contact us to learn more about the neighborhoods.
Oldham County Real Estate by City
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Houses for Sale by School District
Over the years Oldham County Schools have been recognized nationally. One of the most common reasons people decide to move to the area. Below you can search for houses for sale by each school district.
Welcome to Oldham County, Kentucky. Named after Colonel William Oldham. A great area that has a small town feel. With a population just over 60,000. The County Seat is La Grange, KY (see more County statistics here).
As the population continues to grow, we are seeing impressive numbers in favor of the housing market here. There are a large number of very popular neighborhoods throughout the area. Large to samll developments with some features and amenities.
Guide to Oldham County Real Estate
Over the years, Oldham County KY Real Estate has grown at a steady pace. Recently, just like many other markets, we have experienced a shortage of listings over the last couple of years because of the high demand. Houses are selling within days of being on the market.
There are great parks to visit, popular restaurants, and local community events that take place throughout the year here in Oldham County. If you are new to the area, you will quickly experience first hand how great this area is. From quiet country roads to award winning schools, it's no wonder why the slogan for Oldham County is 'Quietly Amazing'.
Pros and Cons of Buying a House for Sale in Oldham County
Pros of Living in Oldham Co.As you may know, there are a lot of benefits to owning real estate in Oldham County. Below we highlight some of the benefits to owning property here.
Award Winning Schools -Oldham County continues to be nationally recognized as an award-winning school system. The Oldham County School District has ranked in the top 4% of all districts throughout Kentucky which places the local school system in the 'Distinguished' category.
Great Small Businesses -Many residents are very supportive of the local businesses here in Oldham County. As a newcomer yourself, be sure to support and visit some the small businesses around the area to discover what they have to offer.
Sustainable Economy -Over the last five years, the population in Oldham County has grown by more than 7%. One reason why the local economy has continued to have sustainable growth over the years.
Parks and Youth Sports -If you are relocating to the area you will also find that there are great parks and playgrounds to visit around town. There is also a lot of community support when it comes to the youth sports here in Oldham County.
Cons of Living in Oldham CoUnfortunately, there are some drawbacks when it comes to buying a house for sale in Oldham Co. Below are some of the negatives that you may run in to.
Location - Longer Commute -The average drive to work is roughly 25 to 30 minutes. Located roughly 20 miles east of Louisville and less than 90 miles from Cincinnati, OH. One drawback if you like living close to the city.
Places to Eat -There are some great, local restaurants here in Oldham County and we are grateful that we have more to choose from compared to 10 years ago. However, you will quickly discover that sometimes you'll have to travel into Louisville to change things up and get something new from time to time.
Stuck on the Tracks -This is more of a running joke for locals here in Oldham County. About once a week you will see semi truck stuck on the railroad tracks in Crestwood. Causing a slight turnaround for some. Not so much of a negative, but a little humor worth mentioning.
Interstate 71 Traffic -Always check the traffic! Often there is an accident on I-71. When this happens, there is a drastic increase in traffic that detours from I-71 to the main roads in the area. Such as Hwy 146 through Crestwood. Making for a very long morning commute to school and work.
In the News: Oldham County Real Estate & Economic Development
Oldham County New Drive-In Theatre - New state of the art, digital projection 4K screen. At a jaw-dropping 98 foot in size. Audio transmitted through FM station. Added with concessions.
Oldham County Elementary Schools Re-balancing - Oldham County school board voted 4-1 in favor of a rebalancing plan that would move approximately 160 students beginning in the 2019-2020 school year.
New Sprayground in Oldham County - The new park in Crestwood, The Maples Park has plans to build a new sprayground. The $93,000 project will also include a new playground as well.
Norton Commons Expanding into Oldham Co. - There is over 150 acres in Norton Commons that is just over the Jefferson County line where Norton Commons has plans to build approximately 257 homes.
Oldham County Schools - School board voted 4-1 to increase the tax rate for the 2018-19 fiscal year from 77.7 cents to 78.8 cents per $100 assessed value for real estate and personal property.
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