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Old 06-13-2015, 11:30 AM
 
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Stay far away from the west end. I'd also avoid Newburg and the surrounding areas as other have said.

In Louisville, the most desirable area(s) would be The Highlands without a doubt. But it's more expensive. Cherokee Park, Seneca Park areas are great too. The East End for the most part is where you want to be.

The South End has some decent areas as well. And not near as expensive as the other I mentioned above. If you do end up moving to Newburg, hopefuy you're on the outskirts. Make sure to lock everything all the time.
Crescent Hill and Clifton are also desirable neighborhoods
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Old 06-14-2015, 09:18 PM
 
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Stay far away from the west end. I'd also avoid Newburg and the surrounding areas as other have said.

In Louisville, the most desirable area(s) would be The Highlands without a doubt. But it's more expensive. Cherokee Park, Seneca Park areas are great too. The East End for the most part is where you want to be.

The South End has some decent areas as well. And not near as expensive as the other I mentioned above. If you do end up moving to Newburg, hopefuy you're on the outskirts. Make sure to lock everything all the time.
ok thank you..we are going to be located on the outskirts of Newburg..the houses in the addition we are in don't look to bad at all..but I know looks can be deceiving.
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Old 07-08-2015, 03:28 PM
 
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hello everybody. Well after some sleepless worrisome nights we have finally made the transition from Indianapolis to Louisville. about 6 trips back and fourth over the period of about two weeks. I have to admit that I was a little worried of moving stuff in to the new house and leaving it all alone with no one there as we were brining life to a close in Indiana,but all was well..we have our first week down in the new area and are learning and exploring new places every day.the people in the neighborhood seem really ok.we have been welcomed to the neighborhood by several people and that is a warming thought.i really didn't know what to expect..but usually renters are not so welcomed in certain neighborhoods because they are looked down upon as people who usually don't take care of the properties,and trash and weeded out yards.which I totally understand their way of thinking..but I think that once the new neighbors saw that we were taking care of stuff and decorating the place and actually cutting the the yard that they were ecstatic lol. anyways for now all is good and am looking forward for my wife and I to explore this beautiful state on our motorcycle if the rain ever quits..
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Old 07-08-2015, 03:58 PM
 
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hello everybody. Well after some sleepless worrisome nights we have finally made the transition from Indianapolis to Louisville. about 6 trips back and fourth over the period of about two weeks. I have to admit that I was a little worried of moving stuff in to the new house and leaving it all alone with no one there as we were brining life to a close in Indiana,but all was well..we have our first week down in the new area and are learning and exploring new places every day.the people in the neighborhood seem really ok.we have been welcomed to the neighborhood by several people and that is a warming thought.i really didn't know what to expect..but usually renters are not so welcomed in certain neighborhoods because they are looked down upon as people who usually don't take care of the properties,and trash and weeded out yards.which I totally understand their way of thinking..but I think that once the new neighbors saw that we were taking care of stuff and decorating the place and actually cutting the the yard that they were ecstatic lol. anyways for now all is good and am looking forward for my wife and I to explore this beautiful state on our motorcycle if the rain ever quits..
Welcome! You will love it. Make sure you explore the whole metro area first. Do not forget about S. Indiana, esp new Albany and Jeffersonville. They are very charming areas with great eats!
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