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Crystal Lake La Grange Ky

Crystal Lake

Crystal Lake is a wonderful neighborhood located in La Grange, Ky in Oldham County! The neighborhood is on KY 53 just off I-71 and features many mature trees, natural surroundings, and wildlife. The centerpiece of the neighborhood is an 80 acre lake that is available only to residents for boating (no wake) and fishing. 

Crystal Lake

The Crystal Lake community has neighborhood clubhouse with a swimming pool, basketball courts, volleyball courts, and a playground. The clubhouse can be rented by residents for private events. Crystal Lake is in the Oldham County school district and nearby schools include La Grange Elementary, Buckner Elementary, Oldham County Middle School, and Oldham County High School.

The neighborhood is conveniently located near stores including Walmart and Kroger, Baptist Health, Downtown La Grange, and restaurants. I-71 is accessible just outside of the neighborhood and Louisville is only a 30 minute drive away. We know you will love the Crystal Lake neighborhood!


Bellemeade Louisville Ky


Bellemeade is a great neighborhood located in Louisville, Ky! The neighborhood is tucked away in a convenient location between Shelbyville Rd and Whipps Mill Rd. Bellemeade is a quiet neighborhood that features green grassy yards, grown trees, and friendly residents.

The neighborhood is within a 15 minute drive of several school options for both public and private schools. Nearby JCPS schools include Lowe, Hite, and Bowen Elementary, Crosby, Kammerer, and Barret Middle School, and Eastern, Ballard, and Waggener High School. Some private schools located nearby are Ascension, Christian Academy of Louisville, Sacred Heart Academy, and Trinity High School.

Bellemeade is located along Shelbyville Rd which provides easy access to highways, shopping, parks, and plenty of restaurants. Downtown Louisville is just a 20 minute drive from the neighborhood. Bellemeade is a wonderful neighborhood and we know you will love it!


Glen Oaks Louisville Ky

Glen Oaks

Glen Oaks is a wonderful neighborhood in Prospect, Ky! Located on Brownsboro Road just off I-71, the neighborhood is split between Jefferson and Oldham County. The neighborhood is full of beautiful homes and plenty of greenery. The coveted feature of Glen Oaks is the 18-hole championship golf course that spans the neighborhood and is one of the premier courses in Louisville. Any golf lover is sure to feel right at home in Glen Oaks.

Glen Oaks

Aside from the golf course, the Glen Oaks Country Club features a driving range, a junior Olympic sized swimming pool, two regulation tennis courts, and a clubhouse perfect for dining out for a night or hosting an event.

Glen Oaks

Glen Oaks is located near several school options within a 20 minute drive. Nearby schools in the JCPS district are Chancey Elementary, Norton Elementary, Kammerer Middle, Ballard High, and soon the new Norton Commons Elementary that is under construction. Private schools in the area are Saint Mary Academy, Montessori School of Louisville, and Kentucky Country Day School.

Glen Oaks

In the area there are plenty of stores for all shopping needs. The Paddock Shops, Kroger, Costco, and Lowe's are all a 5 minute drive away. Olive Garden, Longhorn Steakhouse, and Outback are some of the restaurants scattered along Brownsboro Road. The Norton Brownsboro Hospital and the Kosair Children's Medical Center are also conveniently located nearby. We're certain you'll love the Glen Oaks neighborhood!


The Junior League of Louisville

Being a Realtor is one of my favorite things that I do. A close runner up is being involved in my Louisville community, volunteering to make a difference, and meeting great new people. Not long ago, I found a great organization that helps me do all three: The Junior League of Louisville, founded in 1921. The Junior League of Louisville (JLL) is a part of a nationwide League that was founded in 1901, The Association of Junior Leagues International.

So, what is the JLL? Our mission statement states “The Junior League of Louisville, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, to developing the potential of women, and to improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. “ This is a group of ambitious women ready to serve our community. In the last year that I have been involved, I have had the privilege of volunteering at the Family Scholar House helping to teach single mothers to cook healthy meals, Blessings in a Backpack meeting children who touched my heart, and Keep In Touch where I was able to help women check in to get a mammogram. These are just a small portion of the charities that the JLL is involved in. We also are available to help non profit organizations find volunteer members for temporary events.

The JLL also takes care of their own members by offering free monthly classes to train and educate us. We take this training and go out into Louisville to make our community a better place. In the 1940s, the JLL helped create the Children’s Theater. And more recently, the JLL had a big hand in helping create the Waterfront Park. These are just a few of the great things that we have done. The Junior League of Louisville is an amazing organization and I am proud to be a part of it. But we can’t help all of these charities without the great generosity of Louisville citizens. Two of our biggest fundraisers are our HollyDays 3-day, buy local shopping extravaganza in November, and selling our deliciously amazing cookbooks including our newest cookbook, Bluegrass Gatherings.

I am an active member who sits on the Marketing and Public Relations committee for the JLL this year. If you have any questions about the League or donating, please email me at Katelyn@AtHomeInLouisville.com.  

Contact At Home In Louisville Real Estate Group for additional information about organizations in Louisville and Louisville Real Estate.

By Katelyn Vittitow, Realtor


Woodland Hills Louisville Ky

Woodland Hills Louisville KYWoodland Hills is a fantastic neighborhood in Louisville, Ky! The neighborhood is located right near Middletown in the east end of Louisville and features mature trees, grassy lawns, sidewalks, and easy highway access. The neighborhood is fairly quiet with helpful, welcoming residents, and accessible staff at the City of Woodland Hills.  Sidewalks run throughout the neighborhood and into the nearby subdivision of Crosscreeke.
Woodland Hills Map

Its a great area for outdoor enjoyment including walking, jogging, and bike riding. The neighborhood even has its own park (Hardy Brinly Park) and is within walking distance of two schools (Hite Elementary and Eastern High).  
Woodland Hills Park

The neighborhood has quick access to shopping and dining options along Blankenbaker Parkway and Shelbyville Road.  Several banks, Kroger, Walmart, Target, and the post office can all be reached in under five minutes!  We love Woodland Hills and we're pretty sure you will too!  


The KMAC & U of L Celebrate

 Here at the Lynn Thomas Team we love the culture and diversity in our great city of Louisville, and each week we plan to share some unique events and festivals happening around town. This week we have chosen an event happening at KMAC.
The Kentucky Museum of Arts and Crafts has partnered with The University of Louisville Latin American and Latino studies program to celebrate El Dia de los Muertos, or "The Day of the Dead." From October 12 through November 12 KMAC will display a series of altars, including an altar dedicated to the victims of the Haitian earthquake and the Chilean earthquake; an altar honoring Frida Kahlo; a public altar where guests are invited to bring items to honor their family, friends and deceased loved ones, and an altar constructed by students in the University of Louisville Fine Arts Department. The hours are 10a to 5p Monday through Friday and 11a to 5p on Saturdays.  
This is sure to be an event that is as equally exciting as it is educational we hope to see you there!

Preservation Louisville

 This Blog was originally published on Preservation Louisville I would like to give full credit to the author over at Preservation Inc. There is not a way I could articulate all this great information on my own. And with that I leave you with this very interesting article and urge you to click over to their website so that you make view all the historical buildings and unique architecture that the great city of Louisville has to offer.


         Preservation Louisville Announces Metro’s 2010

    Top 10 Most Endangered Historic Places & Top 10 Preservation Successes

 A “most endangered” list is a preservation tool for recognizing sites with historic, cultural or archaeological significance that are directly threatened or in immediate danger of being lost. The “Endangered Properties” list has a long history in Louisville. It was initially created by Preservation Alliance, and in 1999 the list was taken over by The Louisville Historic League. The list is now compiled and published by Preservation Louisville, Inc., Louisville’s citywide preservation organization since 2007. This year along with the list of “Louisville’s Top 10 Endangered Historic Places” list, Preservation Louisville will also announce “Louisville’s Top 10 Preservation Successes”. The lists were announced during a 10:30 a.m. press conference in front of one of Louisville’s Whiskey Row buildings - Patrick O'Sheas Restaurant, a recipient of a 2010 Preservation Success award. Preservation Louisville, Inc. is a citywide, non-profit preservation organization that works in partnership with local, state and national organizations to promote preservation of Louisville’s historic resources through education and advocacy.

 Again you can view the original article on on PreservationLouisville.org


Architectural Styles of Old Louisville

The neighborhood known as Old Louisville is like a step back in time with big beautiful original Victorian Houses. The development of Old Louisville began in the 1830's. Several aspects of Old Louisville architecture are significant.  First, a variety of Styles ranging from the formal, symmetrical designs of Renaissance Revival to the romance of Queen Anne and Chateauesque, can be viewed within a one or two block area.  Second, a diversity of colors, materials and scale abound in the residences here.   Three-story homes along Third and Fourth Streets are the largest and most elaborate, followed by those in St. James Court, Ormsby, and Second Street. Smaller row houses can also be seen in Old Louisville, including a number of carriage houses converted to private residences.  A variety of dwelling types, including some early experiments in apartment buildings and duplexes, can also be seen. Many buildings contain bits and pieces from several architectural styles as there are many of them to be seen in Old Louisville such as Victorian Gothic, Italianate, Renaissance Revival/Georgian Revival, Queen Anne, as mentioned before, and the Tudor, and Beaux Arts styles just to name a few. This is all part of the eclecticism that makes Old Louisville very picturesque.  There are many tours available of Old Louisville from walking to driving tours. In my opinion the best tours are the walking ones because then you can truly appreciate the uniqueness of Old Louisville.

21c Luxury in Louisville

21c Museum Hotel in Louisville is more than just an amazingly unique hotel. It has a contemporary art museum, an award winning restaurant, and cultural civic center all in the heart of historic downtown Louisville. 21c is Louisville’s first real contemporary hotel offering meeting rooms, wedding packages, and even romantic weekends. 21 c Museum Hotel is located on Main St. and has an incredible restaurant for you to dine in whether you are just visiting our fair city or you are looking for a hot new restaurant. Proof on Main is it, and after your fabulous meal you can take in some art in 21c’s museum which is North America’s first museum dedicated to exhibiting contemporary art of the 21st century.

21c Museum Hotel has some incredible things to offer and some really fun events coming up:  October 7, 2010 is their Hear + Now Music Series, every Sunday they host a Sunday Series called Cabaret Life Drawing & Yoga with Art, the third Tuesday of each month they host with the Louisville Film Society a monthly film series, and on the last Monday of each month they host a Monthly Poetry Series. And if 21c does not have enough culture for you remember you are in the heart of historic downtown Louisville the epicenter of all culture in Louisville and the heart of museum row.