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Buying a Home in Prospect KY
When looking for a home in Prospect, it is encouraged to learn more about the area by simply browsing the LOCAL Louisville real estate listings above. As a motivated Buyer, it may be helpful to first get preapproved from a Lender to help stand out from other competing Buyers. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a private showing for a house in Prospect, one of our top Louisville real estate agents are available to help when you are ready. We also have great resources available to you if you have any questions about buying a home, tips on getting your home ready to sell, or if you would like to learn more about the local Louisville real estate trends.
Prospect Houses for Sale by School District
Oldham County Schools are well known for the high number of student achievements, outstanding teachers and staff and great community support. The Oldham County school district is the eighth largest in Kentucky, providing both a personalized education and an innovative working environment at its three high schools, four middle schools and ten elementary schools. Also offering programs through an art center, career center, and alternative high school. Search by school districts in Oldham County KY.
Saint Mary Academy
11311 Saint Mary Lane
Prospect, KY 40059
Property Types in Prospect Kentucky
If you are thinking about new construction in Oldham County. Prospect is an ideal place for residents to reside, close proximity to surrounding amenities and conveniently located to nearby local businesses.
As a new homeowner, you should be aware that there are many areas of the city that have strict guidelines which may be more restrictive than your regular city ordinances. Permits are obtained at the local City Hall. Most builders and contractors are familiar with this process but you as a homeowner are responsible for making sure these permits are put in place.
If construction has begun without a permit, a stop-work order may be set in motion and also may be fined for not taking action. Generally, any home improvements you make outside of your home as far as remodeling requires building permits from the city. These type of improvements can include things such as swimming pools, fences, and any other common additions to your existing residence.
Living & Homes in Prospect KY
Welcome to one of the most popular communities in Kentucky. Prospect is found partially located in the northeastern part of Jefferson County, only 15 minutes from Downtown Louisville and also positioned as well in Oldham County. US 42 provides the majority of the transportation that runs through the area. Originally known as Sandhill when it was settled by farmers in the late 18th century. Currently, the community has grown up around Prospect railroad station directed by the oval Harris Creek in Westport.