A classic, parkside community full of grand homes and an even grander neighborhood vibe
As the happy medium between remote, out-of-town suburb and crowded urban neighborhood, St. Matthews strikes that perfect balance of being a tranquil oasis while still close to it all. Downtown is just 15 minutes from the heart of the community, and Louisville International Airport is even less—not bad for a spot that very much has its own thing going on.
Homes in St. Matthews are diverse. Cape Cods mingle with Craftsmen, which mingle with Colonials, which mingle with more contemporary builds. Consider them the four pillars of St. Matthews' housing. One thing they do have in common is space—and plenty of it. Lots are large and so are the homes on them.
Considering this part of town is trending upwards, you will pay a premium for many of the homes, but it will be worth it. The St. Matthews neighborhoods of Indian Hills (often referred to as simply "The Hills”) that are next door to Louisville Country Club and Norbourne Estates offer the biggest return on your home buying investment.
St. Matthews features a number of fabulous bars and restaurants, including St. Matthews' preferred live music joint, and the innovative, upscale cuisine of . Just a few doors down is the Vietnamese-inspired . If you are craving something sweet, you have to grab a slice of pie or a scoop of ice cream from the Homeade Ice Cream and Pie Kitchen.
The is one of the area's largest annual events and includes live music, a kid zone, and plenty of food. For something more historic, tour . The estate, which was originally built in 1855 and expanded throughout its history, is a classic example of Southern Greek Revival.
is a 531-acre gem that borders St. Matthews to the west and features a massive list of amenities, including biking, hiking, and equestrian trails, sports fields and picnic grounds, and an 18-hole golf course.
Neighborhood churches dot the landscape across St. Matthews and play a crucial role in the neighborly vibe prevalent throughout the community. The and host annual fish fry events and picnics during lent and maintain a regular outreach throughout the year.
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