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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Inexpensive Ways to Stage Your Home Like a Pro

Inexpensive Ways to Stage Your Home Like a Pro Whether the home you are selling in Louisville, KY is worth $100,000 or $1,000,000, if the property does not make a good first impression it will probably sit on the market for months while hordes of ...  Read More

Tuesday, May 17, 2016


CAN I GET A MORTGAGE AFTER BANKRUPTCY? Looking to buy a house in Louisville, KY, but worried about finding a mortgage because of a bankruptcy? Bankruptcy is more common now and banks will consider making loans within two or three years after the ...  Read More

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Louisville Area Home Sales Up in 2016

The Greater Louisville Association of Realtors® (GLAR) reported that in March 2016 sales were up 14% with 1,346 homes and condos sold versus 1,180 last March. "The sellers' market is continuing in Louisville with inventory down in some ...  Read More

Thursday, May 05, 2016


CAN I GET A MORTGAGE WITH BAD CREDIT? If you have bad credit and want to obtain a mortgage to buy a new home, you may feel as though it's impossible since lenders tightened their eligibility rules. There are plenty of so-called “options” ...  Read More

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Clifton Homes for sale

  • The 2015 median home price for Clifton was $171,500.
  • Average days on market was 42.
  • Average price per square foot was $128.

Named because of its hilly location, the Clifton area is an older neighborhood that used to be a district of Crescent Hill. Within the last 15 years, the community seceded from Crescent Hill, forming its own neighborhood organization. It was during this time that Clifton experienced an economic boom and commercial properties sprang up along Frankfort Avenue, the heart of this community.
Trendy shops, locally owned restaurants and a thriving art district has made the Clifton neighborhood and community one of the most popular for professionals and families in Louisville. MORE...

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      Below are the Most Recent Clifton Listings

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101 N Keats Ave Louisville, KY 40206
$235,000 Beds: 3Baths: 2Sq. Ft: 1164Lot Sz.: 0.2 Acres
101 N Keats Ave Louisville, KY 40206 MLS: 1564646
Single Family On Site: 15 Days
Clifton charm combined a modern floor plan! This house was built in 2002 and has a FULL BASEMENT that is unfinished. This house is move in ready but also has a ton of room for potential. When you...
Gant Hill & Associates, Llc
258 Pope St Louisville, KY 40206
$267,900 Beds: 2Baths: 2Sq. Ft: 1462Lot Sz.: 4200 Sq. Ft.
258 Pope St Louisville, KY 40206 MLS: 1565131
Single Family On Site: 10 Days
Pardon our dust as we finish the thorough renovation of this Fantastic Bungalow in Clifton!! The vaulted Owners Suite is spacious and features a waterfall design in the walk in shower complete with...
Steve Smith Homes
1931 Payne St Louisville, KY 40206
$425,000 Beds: 3Baths: 3Sq. Ft: 2032Lot Sz.: 0.16 Acres
1931 Payne St Louisville, KY 40206 MLS: 1565179
Single Family On Site: 8 Days
Must see top to bottom remodeled home in Clifton! Stunning brick fireplaces, beautiful new hardwood floors throughout the home. New doors and windows, HVAC and water heater are only 3 years old....
Rankin Realty
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Located just a few miles east of downtown Louisville, the Clifton neighborhoods were developed over a sixty-year time span, much longer than most Louisville neighborhoods. This time span gives several different variations of the residential Victorian style architecture as well as a less dense, residential layout than other nearby communities. In addition to the large Victorian structures, other housing styles in the area range from smaller shotgun houses to larger two and three story homes. Large porches and balconies make the area family friendly with plenty of sidewalks, tall trees and open areas for walking and playing.
Many Clifton restaurants have been awarded Louisville Magazine’s “Best of Louisville,” and LEO Weekly’s “Readers Choice” awards. In addition to providing one of the top dining areas in Louisville, this area is home to the nation’s largest Braille publisher, The American Printing House for the Blind, and the country’s first school for the visually impaired, the Kentucky School for the Blind.
The Clifton neighborhood and community provides an interesting streetscape incorporating the modern commercial properties with the older Victorian residential properties for what turned to be a popular social platform for many of its residents and is what invites visitors from all over the city to come and enjoy.

If you find yourself curious about the local real estate market, please visit Real Estate Louisville, KY to learn about the area.