Louisville History You Can’t Afford To Miss In Cherokee Gardens

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Louisville, Kentucky is a city rich in history. And it’s home to some of the most stunning historical estates. So this week, we highlight two of historic gems you can’t afford to miss. Which would you choose, the Stunning Splurge or Stylish Steal? Both offer historic architecture and charm in a perfect package.

Splurge: Historic Estate With Stunning Appointments & Private Gardens For $1.599M

There is so much to love about our splurge, we recommend you read this, then go check out the listing link for a treasure trove of photos. Rarely does a property this stunning and unique come to market for this price! And the amount of detail and sophistication is worth a look. The four-bedroom, four-full-and-two-half-bathroom estate is one of Louisville’s most significant.

It was originally built in 1854. According to the listing, “this Cherokee Garden’s jewel is on the National Register of Historic Places. And sits on an idyllic acre of manicured grounds complete with private gardens, stone pathways, a gated courtyard with fountain, original iron work, a large wrap around porch, and spectacular views from every vantage point.”

Other highlights include detailed moldings, inlaid floors, marble fireplaces, a grand entry staircase, etched windows and so much more. A true piece of Louisville history, not to be missed!

Eric Seltz with Lenihan Sotheby’s International Realty has listed 3020 Poppy Way, Louisville, Kentucky for $1.599 million.

Steal: Remodeled Louisville Traditional With Loads Of Charm For $985K

Not far from our splurge sits this incredible steal! The four-bedroom, three-full-and-two-half-bathroom beauty offers tons of 1920s charm. This includes a gorgeous restoration. And much like our splurge, it too sits on a coveted street in Cherokee Gardens.

A gourmet kitchen, formal dining, and comfortable living area make up the main level. But there is also a finished basement with bar and plenty of space for guests. Outside a paver patio and mature landscaping add to the appeal.

Sandy Gulick with Kentucky Select Properties has listed 560 Sunnyside Drive, Louisville, Kentucky for $985,000.