Note that the red dots indicate pre-foreclosure or foreclosed homes.
The east end is great if you want something overpriced, and like being in crazy debt. Louisville's east end is oversold. One nuance to this is the inner east end, like in the Cherokee Park area -- yes, still overpriced, but the people are much friendlier than in the deep east end.
1 Were will you work here? 2 How far of a drive do you want from home? 3 Do you have friends or coworkers you want to live next to or close by you?
Once you have the answers to these question I can find you a great home here in Louisville.
Raleigh is a beautiful area. My grandmother lives there. And I just helped a family move to Louisville from Charlotte NC. Anyway... to answer your question, take a look at Oldham County. Homes in Crestwood, Buckner and La Grange would be about 35-45 minutes from the Louisville airport, and only an hour to 75 minutes from the Cincinnati airport. You will also find award winning schools. I have an Oldham County information page on my website http://www.heidifore.com Best wishes in your home search! - Heidi Fore, Keller Williams Realty Louisville East 502-777-3578
The most popular areas with the best resale values are east of I65. You can choose from Victorian homes to bungaloos to new construction. Most of the new construction is on the perimeter of the city.
We also have areas that are 60's ranched in some of the more established neighborhoods. You should be able to find just ablut any style you prefer. The prices per square foot range from about $90 to $130 per square foot.