If you have younger children and are moving to Louisville for the first time, you may be feeling anxious about preschools, daycares, doctors and available children's activities. Which neighborhoods are best for you? What kind of home should you be looking for? Are there things you need to consider?
Louisville is a wonderful town for children with diverse neighborhoods that will be stimulating for any child. Think about your family's habits. Do you enjoy parks? The Louisville park system is an extensive one that can add immediate joy for your children. I've made a map for you of parks and active play areas throughout the city. Many have splash parks. The ones that require a fee or membership are marked in green, the others are blue.
I've also added fast food restaurants like McDonalds and Chick-fil-a with playlands. An indoor playland can be a real life saver on a rainy or cold day! These are marked with red markers. I hope that you find this resource helpful. Remember, if you are thinking of selling or buying a home in Louisville Kentucky, call me. I'll be happy to help you and your family.
A Kentucky native and graduate of the University of Kentucky, Cindy's experience and familiarity with Louisville have been the foundation for a successful real estate career. She holds the real estate certifications of ABR, SRES, CRS and GRI