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Old 01-30-2010, 05:29 PM
 
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Hi Everyone,
We are relocating to Louisville next month due to my Husband's work (last minute deal). Don't know the area at all we are shopping for houses in the internet and just got a realtor last week. These are the areas our top 5 houses are located Hurstbourne Woods, Towne Creek, Croosmoor, Dundee States and Shelbyville Rd. Can someone please help us, we are trying to figure out which one is the best area.
Here is some info about us, we are in our 40's, 2 kids in college (so, school zone is not an issue, like to have fun but not "party animals"
Thank you!
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Old 01-30-2010, 06:41 PM
 
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Hi Everyone,
We are relocating to Louisville next month due to my Husband's work (last minute deal). Don't know the area at all we are shopping for houses in the internet and just got a realtor last week. These are the areas our top 5 houses are located Hurstbourne Woods, Towne Creek, Croosmoor, Dundee States and Shelbyville Rd. Can someone please help us, we are trying to figure out which one is the best area.
Here is some info about us, we are in our 40's, 2 kids in college (so, school zone is not an issue, like to have fun but not "party animals"
Thank you!
I am only familiar with Hurstbourne Woods and Towne Creek. If it is the Towne Creek I am thinking of it is in Middletown, and I would pick Middletown over Jeffersontown, which is where Hurstbourne Woods is located. When you say Shelbyville Rd., what part are you talking about? Shelbyville Rd. goes through many parts of town, most are nice areas.

If you are confused about what area of town may suit you the best, let us know what sort of thing you all are into and what you want in and around your neighborhood. Are you all pretty active? Outdoorsy? Do you want to be in a neighborhood with large lots and a lot of privacy? Or in a more urban area? Do you want to be close to restaurants and shopping, or in a more rural or residential area?
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Old 01-30-2010, 07:04 PM
 
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"I am only familiar with Hurstbourne Woods and Towne Creek. If it is the Towne Creek I am thinking of it is in Middletown, and I would pick Middletown over Jeffersontown, which is where Hurstbourne Woods is located. When you say Shelbyville Rd., what part are you talking about? Shelbyville Rd. goes through many parts of town, most are nice areas. "

Sorry, just double ck and it is DOUGLASS HILLS


"If you are confused about what area of town may suit you the best, let us know what sort of thing you all are into and what you want in and around your neighborhood. Are you all pretty active? Outdoorsy? Do you want to be in a neighborhood with large lots and a lot of privacy? Or in a more urban area? Do you want to be close to restaurants and shopping, or in a more rural or residential area?"

-We are not the outdoorsy type
- Driving 5-10 minutes to restaurants and shopping will be OK
- Residential area is more our type. No rural or in the middle of downtown.





Thank you so much for your help!
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Old 01-30-2010, 07:30 PM
 
Location: Kentucky
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"I am only familiar with Hurstbourne Woods and Towne Creek. If it is the Towne Creek I am thinking of it is in Middletown, and I would pick Middletown over Jeffersontown, which is where Hurstbourne Woods is located. When you say Shelbyville Rd., what part are you talking about? Shelbyville Rd. goes through many parts of town, most are nice areas. "

Sorry, just double ck and it is DOUGLASS HILLS


"If you are confused about what area of town may suit you the best, let us know what sort of thing you all are into and what you want in and around your neighborhood. Are you all pretty active? Outdoorsy? Do you want to be in a neighborhood with large lots and a lot of privacy? Or in a more urban area? Do you want to be close to restaurants and shopping, or in a more rural or residential area?"

-We are not the outdoorsy type
- Driving 5-10 minutes to restaurants and shopping will be OK
- Residential area is more our type. No rural or in the middle of downtown.





Thank you so much for your help!
Douglass Hills is a nice neighborhood, it is also located in Middletown. Middletown has a nice historic Main St. area, they just got done revitalizing the whole thing. There are a few sit down restaurants in Middletown, as well as a Target, Kroger, Walmart, Walmart Neighborhood Market, Walgreens, Fresh Market, Starbucks, some fast food places, and many other places. Middletown/Douglass Hills is 15-20 minutes max to malls and any chain restaurant you could think of. You will be 20-25 minutes from downtown and close to interstates 64 and 265. I think you will like the Middletown/Douglass Hills area.
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