20 apartments for rent near Hurstbourne Acres, Louisville, KY
Apartments in Hurstbourne Acres, Louisville, KY
Thick limestone walls intended to protect soldiers from attack once stood on the land later to become Hurstbourne Acres. Steeped in history, the area’s first settlement consisted of a stockade built in 1779. After another decade passed, the site known as Soldier’s Retreat was established and was eventually added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Over time, the limestone walls of the original structure crumbled and the land changed hands. In the 1940s, a large mansion was built on the property. That lavish mansion currently serves as the historic clubhouse for the prestigious Hurstbourne Country Club. A familiar name in the world of golf, the private Hurstbourne facility boasts top of the line service in a luxurious setting.
One of the wealthiest places in Jefferson County, a few Hurstbourne properties look more like southern mansions than single family homes. Other types of housing, including condos, apartment buildings, and row houses, balance the residential offerings to help create Hurstbourne Acres’ distinctive character. Prices for homes in Hurstbourne are scattered over a wide range.
The Kentucky landscape of mature trees and gentle rolling hills contributes to the natural beauty in this established community, where homes have maintained or increased in value from 2000-2010. Hurstbourne residents reflect a mix of ages and lifestyles, while most are highly educated professionals. Household incomes in this affluent neighborhood range above the average for Kentucky households.
Hurstbourne is also unique, because it is a city rather than a subdivision of Louisville. Instead of annexation, Hurstbourne opted to officially incorporate in 1982. Busy Interstate 64 runs through the center of the city with heavily concentrated business and industrial sections a short distance from Hurstbourne Parkway. People who live in the city of Hurstbourne enjoy convenient access to diverse shopping venues, fine dining and all the amenities of the bigger city of Louisville.
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