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Old 05-04-2010, 09:17 AM
 
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When I was house hunting in Louisville I felt a nice vibe in the Douglass Hills/Hurstbourne area. People were friendly, open. Everything was clean and people took care of their property. Are there any areas of the East End where people are more 'closed off' or anti social? Where do all the 'dog friendly people' live? I also visited the Spring Valley area which seemed a lot less 'lively', but it was still very nice. Is that area more conservative? Yes, its a three part question.
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Old 05-05-2010, 04:51 AM
 
Location: Louisville KY Metro area
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When I was house hunting in Louisville I felt a nice vibe in the Douglass Hills/Hurstbourne area. People were friendly, open. Everything was clean and people took care of their property. Are there any areas of the East End where people are more 'closed off' or anti social? Where do all the 'dog friendly people' live? I also visited the Spring Valley area which seemed a lot less 'lively', but it was still very nice. Is that area more conservative? Yes, its a three part question.
It's an odd thing, but I have found that the more "closed off" an area is, the more social they are.
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Old 05-10-2010, 04:53 PM
 
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There are a few dog runs here in Louisville with one being at Tom Sawyer State Park. I live in St. Matthews but take my dog there all the time and its great! Ive noticed a lot of he regulars at the park live right nearby the park itself. There are some nice, safe neighborhoods there where you can get a great house for not too much money. (St. Mathews houses are tiny with a much bigger pricetag..its the big drawback). Everyone weve met in that area as well as in the St. Matthews area and very friendly, intelligent, and animal-loving. As far as the area you are talking about, most people seem to like it and you are able to be close to pretty much everything. As far as being conservative, well, I guess Im not sure how to answer that! I personally have just noticed that most people around here are pretty friendly and nice and a lot of neighborhoods have a nice charm to them. Hope this helped!
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Old 05-11-2010, 01:41 PM
 
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Does anyone know if Spring Valley has a home owners association? When I took a closer look at the two areas (Douglass Hills and Spring Valley). Seemed like Douglass Hills was a bit neater. I also like the fact that it's more walkable too. Spring Valley has more hills and Brownsboro Rd doesn't have sidewalks.
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