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Old 11-11-2006, 01:45 AM
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We are looking at houses near/at a golf course in Kentucky. Can someone provide me with details about the residential areas at Valhala? Is this a densely populated area? I have found many golf course settings to be filled with too many homes and you lose the "greenery" scene. Any insight would be greatly appreciated

Last edited by mom23pac; 11-11-2006 at 01:49 AM.. Reason: location details added
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Old 11-13-2006, 03:52 AM
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Lake Forest is a suburb of Louisville but located in the same county as the city, so you will have a "Louisville address." It is located about 25 minutes from downtown to your driveway in the middle of Lake Forest.

It is certainly not a densely populated area and it is a pretty typical suburban golf course community. It is quite a large community of probably over 5,000 residents. Outside the subdivision you will be close to neighborhood shopping, office parks, and the Gene Snyder Freeway (265). Typical suburbia. Its not for me, which is why I live the city (a remarkable city it is).

http://www.ntsdevelopment.com/ntsdevelopment/residential.asp (broken link)

As for Valhalla, it is one of the country's top rated courses and will host the Ryder Cup in 2008 and the PGA Championships in 2009. There are many subdisions located on US 60 (Shelbyville Road) between I-265 and Simpsonville, KY. A particular area that is fast growing is known as Eastwood, KY. Your best bet is simply to google "Valhalla." Look at maps of the area on mapquest. You can do it as easily as me
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