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Great apartment in the Germantown area - Amazing one bedroom, one bathroom at Poplar Terrace Apartments

Great apartment in the Germantown area

1104 Poplar Level Plaza, Louisville, KY 40217

2.8 Miles - Walk Score: 48

Last Updated: Today

Amazing one bedroom, one bathroom at Poplar Terrace Apartments. Located just next door to Saint X, on Poplar Level Road. This is a great...

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1 Bedroom1 Bathroom660 sq. ft $ 649
Single Family Home Home in Louisville - This property is For Sale by Owner or "FSBO", which can offer significant advantages to home buyers

Single Family Home Home in Louisville

Poplar Level Plaza, Louisville, KY 40217

2.8 Miles - Walk Score: 62

Last Updated: Yesterday

This property is For Sale by Owner or "FSBO", which can offer significant advantages to home buyers. Even though a homeowner chooses...

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* Estimated monthly price is an estimated Rent to Own financing amount for this property.
2 Bathroom $ 967
~*~ 637 Lindell Ave Louisville KY - For more properties like this visit GoSection8

~*~ 637 Lindell Ave Louisville KY

637 Lindell Ave, Louisville, KY 40211

2.8 Miles - Walk Score: 52

Last Updated: Yesterday

For more properties like this visit GoSection8.com.

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3 Bedroom1 Bathroom1,000 sq. ft $ 850
1 bed, 1.0 bath, 350 sqft, $450 - Front and rear porch, on-site laundry, fenced in yard, first floor apartment Rent includes heat & water

1 bed, 1.0 bath, 350 sqft, $450

3614 Del Park Terrace, Louisville, KY 40211

2.8 Miles - Walk Score: 57

Last Updated: Today

Front and rear porch, on-site laundry, fenced in yard, first floor apartment Rent includes heat & water.Prior evictions within the...

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1 Bedroom1 Bathroom350 sq. ft $ 450
~*~ 3614 Del Park Ter Apt 6 Louisville KY - Front and rear porch, on-site laundry, fenced in yard, first floor apartment Rent includes heat & water

~*~ 3614 Del Park Ter Apt 6 Louisville KY

3614 Del Park Terrace, Louisville, KY 40211

2.8 Miles - Walk Score: 52

Last Updated: Yesterday

Front and rear porch, on-site laundry, fenced in yard, first floor apartment Rent includes heat & water.Prior evictions within the...

http://www.gosection8.com/Section-8-housing-in-Louisville/1-bedroom-1-...

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1 Bedroom1 Bathroom350 sq. ft $ 450
2025 Brownsboro Rd Louisville - Affordable and accessible apartments in the heart of the lower Brownsboro Rd area

2025 Brownsboro Rd Louisville

2025 Brownsboro Rd, Louisville, KY 40206

2.8 Miles - Walk Score: 73

Last Updated: Today

Affordable and accessible apartments in the heart of the lower Brownsboro Rd area. Right across from Kroger shopping center.Note about...

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2 Bedroom1 Bathroom $ 650
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Louisville, KY

Situated on the Ohio River, Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky. Louisville was founded in 1778 and is named after French King Louis XVI. According to the 2010 US Census, Louisville had approximately 741, 096 residents. It's current economy is centered around health care and the medical sciences. Louisville has grown as a booming center for business, music and independent art and is home to Museum Row. Louisville has 14,000 acres of parks and green space.

Temperature

Average High - 77, Average Low - 33

Sports

Although there are no major professional sports teams in the area, Kentucky is known for the Churchill Downs and Kentucky Derby.

Crime Rate

Louisville has a relatively low crime rate and has been rated by Morgan Quitno as one of the “10 safest major cities to live in” in the past.

Top Neighborhoods

Downtown is the hub of the Louisville area. Since 2000 there has been exponential growth in the residential large scale complexes as well as retail centers. A number of old warehouses have been converted to loft space and mix usage buildings like the $20 million redevelopment of the 8 story Henry Clay building. Some of the attractions in the downtown area include Museum Row, Louisville Glassworks, Fort Nelson Park and the East Market District known for its trendy shops, and art galleries. Residents of the downtown area are predominantly young professionals who work and play downtown. There are great amenities and public transportation is readily available.

Old Louisville is a historic neighborhood in Louisville and the largest preservation district in Kentucky. Old Louisville is known for its brick homes and stained glass windows. The neighborhood is famous for hosting the St. James Court Art Show and is one of the most economically and ethnically diverse neighborhoods in the state. There continues to be new commercial and residential development had the neighborhood has been and is drawing students and young professionals to the area. The University of Louisville and Spaulding University are housed adjacent to the Old Louisville Neighborhood.

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Butchertown is a neighborhood in Louisville that originated around 1820. Young professionals have been migrating to Butchertown since the late 1990's. Many storefronts along Market Street have been converted into condominiums; spawning the new development of art galleries and specialty shops in the area. A number of other buildings have been converted for mixed use. The historic home of Thomas Edison is in Burthcertown, as is Louisville Extreme Park. The business district has a number of quaint shops, coffee houses, cafes and meeting spots for the residence of Butchertown to enjoy.

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Phoenix Hill, a neighborhood located just east of the downtown area, is bounded by Market and Preston Streets. Phoenix Hill hosts a large section of the University of Louisville’s Health Science campus. Housing is being developed in the area to cater to the large student population. A number of buildings are being converted for mix use, and the retail area is thriving. Phoenix Hill is known for its night time activities, eateries, and other fine dining restaurants. Residents of Phoenix Hill have great schools to choose from, and there is public transportation to help you get around.

The Highlands is a neighborhood with a bustling business district and adjacent residential area. Because of the large numbers of eateries in the area, The Highlands is lovingly referred to by locals as "Restaurant Row." The Double mint Twins have a home in the Highlands. In recent years, the Highlands have been known for its night life. However, there is a growing number of residential areas being developed as well as mixed use buildings. There are a number of single screen movie theatres that still exist in Highlands and the residents of this neighborhood take advantage of them. The Highlands have a good school system and public transportation is available.

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Smoketown is located approximately 1 mile southeast of downtown. Smoketown is not only known for its smoking kilns but also for its small shotgun houses and narrow streets. Smoketown has historically been and continues to be a predominantly African American neighborhood. There are great antique stores in the business district that draw hundreds from hundreds of miles away to the Smoketown neighborhood. Residents of Smoketown have great school options to choose from, and with its proximity to downtown, can take advantage of everything both communities have to offer.

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