Rolling Fields Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Noted for charming large homes situated on over-sized landscaped lots, the Rolling Fields neighborhood is literally set in the rolling fields of east Louisville. The picturesque community features a variety of newer and older homes throughout the scenic area. Dense trees and natural rock formations cover some of the pricier properties in Rolling Fields.
Many large homes belonging to wealthy residents are scattered throughout the neighborhood, while many areas also provide other housing options. Whether it’s a small home or a sprawling southern plantation style mansion, house hunters can find their dream home in Rolling Fields.
Rolling Fields and the adjoining Indian Fields neighborhood often take one of the top spots on Louisville’s most expensive neighborhoods’ list, but the same area also makes the most popular neighborhoods’ list. For those living in the affluent zip code of 40207, the average home price in 2009 was well over half a million dollars for a detached home. Bucking the downturn in the housing trend, these high end homes not only held their value, they sharply increased in value. Multi-family dwellings were much closer to the average price for Louisville selling for $150 to $160,000.
The south border of Rolling Fields attaches to Brownsboro Road, allowing easy access to major routes into the city or to surrounding areas. In addition to Indian Hills, surrounding neighbors include Mockingbird Valley, Druid Hills and Brownsboro Village.
A mix of age groups lives in Rolling Fields, with about 70% of the residents living in a family setting. Most locals in this upper middle class neighborhood work in professional industries. A sizable number of the workforce are physicians, surgeons, managers or executives. Other popular careers in this well-educated community include the financial and insurance industries.
The desirable neighborhood of Rolling Fields has coffee shops and high-end restaurants available. Brownsboro Road offers an array of shops and boutiques. Country clubs, parks and other entertainment and recreational venues are also nearby.