A spacious, parkside community in the middle of the city
This upscale community is known for its beautiful, unique World War II era homes. Located near Cherokee and Seneca Parks, this area features lots of green space that highlights its natural beauty. Located approximately 10 minutes from downtown Louisville, you have the convenience that comes from being near the city without the hustle and bustle of urban life. You’re a only a short drive away from both St. Matthews and Frankfort Ave.
Cherokee Gardens features an eclectic mix of home styles including Colonials, Tudors and American Four Squares. Several homes in this neighborhood have been designed by famous Louisville-based architect Stratton Hammon. Sandwiched between the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, this neighborhood boasts a quiet charm.
Cherokee Gardens is primarily a collection of residential neighborhoods, but close by are several local eateries. Le Moo is a top-rated steak house located off Lexington Ave. Featuring an eclectic menu of American cuisine, this restaurant is one you don’t want to miss.
If a great cup of coffee is what you want, you need to check out Fante’s Coffee Shop - A true coffee shop experience with coffee sourced from all over the world.
Saddle up and take a ride at Rock Creek Riding Club. This premier Saddlebred stable is one of the oldest premier riding clubs in the country and offers riding lessons, competitive riding and horse training/boarding.
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