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Buying a Home in Oldham County
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.
What is the median home price in Oldham County?
Over the years, Oldham County real estate has grown at a steady pace. Because of the demand, we have experienced a shortage of homes for sale over the last couple of years. It is not uncommon for a house to sell within days of being on the market. Average median sale prices continue to rise throughout the area.
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Living in Oldham County KY
As you may know, there are a lot of benefits to owning Oldham County real estate. Below we highlight some of the benefits of living here. Named after Colonel William Oldham. The County Seat is La Grange, KY. With a population of a little more than 60,000, Oldham County is a great community with a small-town feel! Oldham County has also been recognized for the public School system. (See more County statistics here).With the population at a steady incline, we continue to see an impressive housing market. There are also many different property types to choose from. There are also many different popular neighborhoods. From small to large neighborhoods, and some even offer amenities. 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 of Living in Oldham Co.
- Award-Winning Schools - Nationally recognized as an award-winning school system. Oldham County School District has ranked in the top 4% of all districts in Kentucky. Which places the local school system in the 'Distinguished' category.
- Small Businesses - Residents are very supportive of local businesses in Oldham County. As a newcomer, support and visit local 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 - New to the area? You will find that there are many great parks and playgrounds to visit around town. There is also a lot of community support when it comes to youth sports here in Oldham County.
Cons of Living in Oldham Co.
- 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 great, local restaurants here in Oldham County. Luckily there is more to choose from compared to 10 years. Yet, you will find that sometimes you will have to travel into Louisville to 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 Economic Development
New Kroger - The new 100,000 square-foot store will be located at the intersection of Commerce Parkway and Highway 393 in Buckner. It will also have a gas station with 20 fuel pumps, a Starbucks and The Little Clinic.
Goshen Library - A 5+ acre land donation looks to be open to the new proposed 15,000 sqft building. Better accommodating the population in the area. An upgrade from the current 3,000 sqft building at Creasy Mahan Nature Preserve.
Oldham County Courthouse - Renovations are underway. The historic courthouse will be moved twice within the block this year. New courthouse is expected to re-open late 2024.
Springs Park - Located in La Grange plans to open Phase 1 in June. This new phase will feature a farmers’ market pavilion, playground, splashed, and open green space. Future plans will include an amphitheater, walking trails, and a skatepark.