Louisville Real Estate Blog

Open House: April 28th

Written by RJT intern, Remington Colbert

6905 Walnut Farm Dr | 2-4

This charming 3 bed/3 bath home is located in Cooper Farms. Close to McNeely Lake Park, this home offers some peace and quiet from the city, yet still being close to shopping on Preston Highway. This open floor plan home offers 1700+ sqft, a large kitchen, walk in pantry, large master bath with a whirlpool tub! The Master bedroom has a double trey ceiling and 2 walk-in closets! The private fenced backyard boosts mature trees. Contact Carol Weber for more information. 502-821-1513

10414 Timberwood Circle | 2-4


Ways to Spruce up your Entryway

Written by RJT intern, Remington Colbert

The entryway of a home is a guest's first impression of your home and your lifestyle. The old saying "first impressions can be tough" stands to be true. Give any guest, inlaws, and relatives that you try to outshine something to talk about! Easy changes do not have to be expensive or even super time consuming. When redoing a space, there can be thousands of ways to make a change. Whether you are renovating, redecorating, or even shifting your exsisting stuff around, change can be a good thing! Here are some easy ways to shake up your entryway!

1. Bold Color

Bold colors reflect a personality, a mood, or a meaning. Many designers love color because there is many possiblities for great design. Do not be affraid to do something different! 

2. Bold prints

Whether you put a bold wallpaper on the wall or have super accentric fabric, a bold print can give off a positive and welcoming vibe and have a refelction on your fun side!

3. Family Photo Wall

To make your home feel strong of family, create an art gallery style collage with different frames, sizes, textures, and styles. It will come accross as cool, trendy, and fun.

4.Antique Trunk/Furniture

Through back to a by-gone era...

Open House: Sunday April 22

Written by RJT intern, Remington Colbert

5402 River Rock Dr | Sunday 1-5

Simply Stunning 4 bedroom/ 2.5 bath home in Rock Springs! This new construction home has it all! 2600+ sqft of living space with hardwood floors, custom built-ins, granite counters, open concept, and large kitchen! The owner's suite has a large walk-in closet and spa-like bath! Contact Paula Thieneman-Bates for more infromation! 502 500-7265

For more information about Rock Springs stop by this weekend and see all the beautiful new homes! 

Lot 6 The Reserve at Fox Run | 1-5

Amazing proposed build in the Reserve at Fox Run! This 3 bedroom 2.5 bath ranch...

Derby Fashion Show

Written by RJT intern, Remington Colbert

Wow what a fun event. The Women's Council of Realtors of Greater Louisville through their annual Derby Fashion Show at Churchill Downs. The Council aims to support and advance women in the real estate world. The annual fashion show is a networking lunchoen aimed to have fun and support all the women realtors in the Louisville area. Some of our agents had a ball! Check out the pictures from the show! 


Open House : April 15

Written by RJT intern, Remington Colbert

9511 Marcietta Way | Sunday 2-5

This well cared for 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home features over 2700 sqft of living space. With hardwood, granite, and custom cabinetry this home offers a luxurious feel yet is still warm and cozy. Contact Paula Thieneman-Bates for more information. 502-500-7295

The Reserve of Fox Run | Sunday 1-5

Stop by The Reserve of Fox Run to find out about options of building your dream home! See Pam Robertson Sunday, April 15 for all your new construction home questions. Homes have been started. Will you be the first one to move in?

Rock Springs | Sunday 1-5

Many beautiful brand new homes in Rock Springs! Stop by and find your perfect dream home! 


Earth Day Feature: Ways to be More Eco-Conscious at Home

Written by RJT intern, Remington Colbert

We have a responsiblitly to make a positive impact to those around us. We also have a duty to cherish the Earth since without it, we could not survive. Earth Day 2018 is Sunday, April 22nd. Here are some ideas to help create a positive change.

1. Thermostat


Open House: April 8th

Written by RJT intern, Remington Colbert

5205 Rock Bluff Dr | Open 1-5

This showstopping new construction home will have it all! High cielings, large windows, a massive eat-in kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathroom, cozy fireplace, and beautiful trim and moldings, this home is truely one-of-a-kind! With over 2900 sqft this hardy board sided home is one of the only ones in Rock Srpings! This home will not last long. Contact Carol Weber for more information! 502-821-1513  

Rock Springs | Open 1-5

Check all the new quality construction homes open in Rock Springs! 

2734 Shippen Ave | Open 1-4


Downtown Living

Written by RJT intern Remington Colbert

Urban centers are growing and Louisville is no exception. People are moving into the area causing neighborhoods that weren't residential areas slowly turn into mix use areas. In Louisville, downtown and Nulu are perfect examples. The convenience of living above a workplace, neighborhood market, or staple shops and restaurants have become an appealing aspect of individuals moving into urban centers. In old cities, many old buildings are revitalized and turned into truely unique opportunities for all kinds of use. We have a listing at 415 E Market St. Close to shops, restaurants, the best entertainment venues in the city, and many public events throughout the year, this loft is perfect for the true urbanite. 

The building was renovated in 2013, making the units inside new, with a harmonious blend of the building's historic roots.

 In time, it will be more and more common for people to be moving back into the city from the suburbs. With that happening, properties like this one will emerge, and a ton of new construction building up. Skylines of cities will constantly be adapting and changing. Less commute times, easier access to amenities, shopping, and entertainment will make individuals more condensed. Urban planners, developers, designers, builders, and government officials are going to have to tackle the issues associated with increased urban living, however the benefits long term will out weight the short term costs and inconviences. If you're interested in moving downtown, or want to start doing some property research, contact...