Written by RJT intern, Remington Colbert
Louisville Business First published an article from Niche.com. Niche conducted a study to see what the best suburbs are in Louisville. The criteria to determine the ratings of the top 25 suburbs were based on housing (both quality and price), public school ratings, and diversity demographics. The Louisville Area's Best Suburbs article is a great way to see where your neighborhood might stand. Or if you are looking to move to the area, it might be a way to help narrow down your search. Lucky for you Louisville Realty Group has property listing in some of these neighborhoods!
Our listings based on neighborhood ranking:
No. 23 LaGrange, KY. Our Listings:
2116 Blakemore Ln
No 20 Jeffersontown, KY. Our Listings:
4922 Bridle Bend Way
4819 Paddock Springs Dr
Written by RJT intern Remington Colbert
Pools are a luxury feature found fairly commonly in areas that get warm during the summer. Having a pool can be a mixed emotion. On one hand it is fun and relaxing; it makes it wase to entertain. However, anyone with a pool knows it is a lot of maintenance and can be very expensive. Personally, the benefits of having a pool outweight the irritations in my opinion. If you are lucky (or cursed) enough to have a pool, here are some neat ideas to add before the summer season gets here.
Pools are a fun way to to waste a summer afternoon. The excitement of having your own mini waterpark at home will make all the neighborhood kids jealous. Pools can be expensive, however temporary ones can work just as well if there is a hose spouting water.
5222 Pebble Creek PL
This charming Rock Springs ranch home features over 2800 square feet of living space. Featuring 3 bedrooms, 3 baths there is plenty of space for guests. Granite, hardwood, custom cabinetry, and detailed trim work are just a few of the many high end features. The eat-in kitchen has a large center island, Bosch applinaces, and a fun tiled backsplash. The owner's suite has a large closet, double vanity bath, a soaking tub, and large glass shower. The downstairs rec room provides for lots of entertaining, however the saltwater pool stands out. This is one of the view properties in the development with a pool! Contact Theresa Murphy for more information! 502-377-0978
5411 River Rock Dr
Written by RJT intern Remington Colbert,
Everyone loves their pets and want them around 24/7, however all the things that come along with a pet can get in the way. Cages, toys, food bowls, harnesses, beds, etc. The list goes on and on. However besides storage solutions many new home builders and remolders are creating designs to blend pet's needs with great design. Whether you're remodeling, building, or just like looking a pictures of cute animals, hopefully these ideas can help in your home planning process! MoneyWatch CBS had some great ideas back in 2014, and these ideas can be implemented in your home!
Just like people, animals get old over time and have dificulty on stairs. Small pets have a disadvantage with stairs from the start. Creative stair solutions like these create a unique look, easy movement for the pets, and makes for an interesting conversation starter!
Doors with windows
Bring the outdoors in, our keep the pets active with the outside world! Windows not only provide for additional light, they create a high end look and keep the pets less isolated.
Builders are getting away from the pet doors built into the main exterior door. Now it is common to find additional doors placed to the side. It's quite similar to the Alice in Wonderland doors that are tiny! For a clean look order a custom that is identical to the main door!
That's right! According to Forbes, Louisville was ranked as the coolest city in the United States to visit! It seems kind of strange of you are one of the many people who are from here, but we do have a lot going for us! Because of our unique history, vibrant culture, and incredible food and drink scene, it is no wonder that people would want to come here and experience our Unbridled Spirit! Thank you Forbes for the great honor of our wonderful city!
Written by RJT intern, Remington Colbert
With spring fast approaching, everyone is itching to get outside and feel the warm days. However, when living in urban areas it can be a challenge to have peace and serenity when their are neighbors everywhere around. Some people like lots of land with no one around, yet many others like having the convience of the city, a small lot, or the comradery of neighbors. One thing everyone wants is a sense of privacy. Well if your don't have the luxury of large tracts of land, these ideas may help bring in some privacy.
Simple, Inexpensive, and sleak. This is a great last minute fix for entertaining or a new look in your design.
These are great off the side of the garage to hide your backyard from the front of the house. Garden Gates give a luxurious look that does not take up much space.
4922 Bridle Bend Way | 2:00 - 4:00
Beautiful Energy Star brick home in Saratoga Springs with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and 3000+ square feet on a large lot. It features hardwood, granite, detailed trim and 9' ceilings. Eat in kitchen with custom cabinets, tile backsplash and stainless appliances. Great room with built-ins and gas fireplace. Owner's suite with private bath and a large walk-in closet. FINISHED LOWER LEVEL with rec, room, wet bar, full bath, and office. Swim club membership available. Contact Ashley Meadows at 502-299-6954 for more information!
The Reserve at Fox Run | 1:00 - 5:00
Many new builds to choose from on lots in both Oldham and Jefferson Counties. Many lots to choose from. This development is private, secluded, and yet still close to the ammenities of the East End. Stop by and see Pam Robertson to learn more! 502-262-9652
5403 River Rock Dr | 1:00 - 5:00
New Construction in Rock Springs with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and 3300 square feet of living space. Eat-in kitchen overlooking a hearth room with fireplace. The great room features a cozy fireplace and a coffer ceiling. The owner's...