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Old 10-01-2009, 08:42 AM
 
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My girlfriend and I may be relocating to Louisville for work. I would be working in the east end of Louisville. We are both in our early-mid 40's. We are "empty nesters" and quite active and social.

We would love to find a neighborhood/subdivision where people like to get to know new neighbors, the neighborhood may do things like have cookouts together, block parties, basically have a social network in the neighborhood. Even though we are "empty nesters", we are not adverse to family neighborhoods, and we are not tied to having a new house with land as compared to a nice condo, etc...Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks!
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Old 10-01-2009, 04:55 PM
 
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My girlfriend and I may be relocating to Louisville for work. I would be working in the east end of Louisville. We are both in our early-mid 40's. We are "empty nesters" and quite active and social.

We would love to find a neighborhood/subdivision where people like to get to know new neighbors, the neighborhood may do things like have cookouts together, block parties, basically have a social network in the neighborhood. Even though we are "empty nesters", we are not adverse to family neighborhoods, and we are not tied to having a new house with land as compared to a nice condo, etc...Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks!

Welcome to Norton Commons, a Traditional Neighborhood Development in Prospect, Kentucky sounds good for you.

However, remember this development is a knock off of the urban developments that exist in the city. I personally think you would really enjoy Crescent Hill and Clifton.

Frankfort Avenue Business Association (http://www.frankfortave.com/home/index.php - broken link)
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Old 10-01-2009, 06:02 PM
 
Location: Louisville, Kentucky
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May also want to look in the Middletown area. A very nice area with lots of amenities that would make a short commute to work. But for some reason, Middletown has never gotten their act together as a neighborhood like the Highlands, etc.
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