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Old 07-30-2016, 02:13 AM
 
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Hello. My family will be moving to Louisville next year. So far, we've narrowed down where we want to live to Indian Hills and Anchorage. Am curious to hear people's opinions about the pros and cons of both areas, separately and in relation to one another. From other research on the net, both seem like nice, clean, safe areas. Indian Hills is closer to the city, so there is that (better for commuting for work and and to visit the city for recreation), though I heard Anchorage has better schools. So any comments about both areas would be welcome.

Also, please don't suggest other areas or alternatives, it would be a waste of time, as we're set on one of those two areas.
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Old 07-30-2016, 11:15 AM
 
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They're both great areas. As you said, Indian Hills is closer to the main part of the city, and has some good stuff (attractions) very close by, as well as easy access to I-71.

If you're wanting maybe more privacy, Anchorage is a great place. I little more of a "rural" setting IMO. Great schools, and some nice scenery. It all boils down to what's more important to you, to be near.
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Old 07-31-2016, 07:24 AM
 
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You will be happy with either one. As for closer to the city, Anchorage is still close by. One of the major decisions will be if you have school aged children. Anchorage has a great school system that you must live in Anchorage to attend. Indian Hills falls into the Jefferson County school system and unless you are sending your children to private school, they may attend school that is not close to where you actually live.

Indian Hills - visit Jefferson County Public Schools - https://www.jefferson.kyschools.us/

Anchorage - visit Anchorage Independent School - https://anchorage-school.org/academicsactivities/
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Old 07-31-2016, 08:48 AM
 
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