Featured Neighborhood: Owl Creek in Louisville, KY
On the east side of Louisville, one distinguished neighborhood rises above the rest. Owl Creek, with it’s green lawns, mature foliage, modern homes and friendly neighbors is the picture of the classic American subdivision. Very welcoming and family-friendly, this neighborhood has many amenities that create a most desirable setting to call home.
Any family friendly neighborhood would not be complete without leisure time amenities. Owl Creek delivers in a big way! This community features a lodge for family parties or neighborhood gatherings. The Lodge, however, is just the beginning. A gated pool with a large surrounding patio and lounge chairs provides for a perfect afternoon of swimming, splashing or tanning. The pool even hosts its own summertime swim team for neighborhood children of all ages. Owl Creek residents can stay active in many other ways as well.
Owl Creek maintains a gym with a basketball court and fitness center so residents can stay in great shape. A tennis court, a soccer field and a paved running track are also among the amenities. Next door to the tennis court, residents will find a playground with slides, climbing structures, swings and a shaded picnic table for watchful parents. Owl Creek also actively engages its residents with Social events such as book clubs, play groups and parties. Groups such as the neighborhood Helping Hands and Welcoming Committee provide an outlet for members of the community to share talents and connect with friends and neighbors.
The beautiful homes in the Owl Creek neighborhood are new construction with traditional styling. These homes feature modern architectural elements such as all brick exteriors or brick facades. Open floor plans create large, but inviting spaces and lots of windows let in the sunshine. Homes are situated on large lots and average between 3000 and 5000 square feet of living space.
Owl Creek is conveniently located on the east end of Louisville, a vibrant city with many points of interest. Sports fans will not want to miss out on the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory or the Kentucky Derby Museum. These museums offer tours, interactive displays and historical memorabilia that engage and delight visitors. The Louisville Mega Cavern is another popular attraction. Whether you would like to ride through the tour on the tram or participate in an adrenaline fueled zip line tour, this wondrous cave is an adventure for all ages. Locust Grove and Old Louisville are captivating locations for residents interested in the history and architecture of the area. Locust Grove was home to the founder of Louisville and offers a guided tour and museum. Old Louisville is home to gorgeous historical Victorian architecture, a walking tour and local dining favorites.
Like a picture on a postcard, Owl Creek’s beautiful homes, green lawns and winding sidewalks illustrate the quintessential setting to call home. From the Owl Creek Welcoming Committee to organized neighborhood events, this is the ideal close-knit American community.