The most expensive homes sold in Jefferson County (May 31 – June 6)

Home sales may be on a downward trend but there’s still notable activity in the luxury market.

Existing-home sales in Greater Louisville declined for the seventeenth consecutive month in May, according to a news release from the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors (GLAR.)

“The Greater Louisville housing market continues to experience strong demand coupled with very low existing inventory,” said GLAR President Kimberly Sickles in the release. “Higher interest rates are also impacting sales but not as much as in coastal, more expensive markets.”

In the gallery below, I’ve pulled together the most expensive homes sold between May 31 and June 6. As usual, I’ve ordered them from the “cheapest” to most expensive for that period. Three of the homes sold for greater than $1 million in this week’s gallery and the other two were close to that benchmark. You’ll also notice that a few of the homes are new construction, having just been built in the growing Norton Commons neighborhood.

Like always, I’m only looking at single-family homes in this gallery. In order to ensure an apples-to-apples comparison, I’ve left off vacant lot sales, multi-home purchases, apartment complexes and duplexes.

More residential news

For more residential news, check out this story from my colleague Haley Cawthon on how an AI tool estimates that the average home in Louisville looks. Surprise, it looks like a house — maybe a strange angle here or there. Using an AI tool called Midjourney, Raleigh, North Carolina-based All Star Home generated images depicting what the typical home looks like in the 30 largest U.S. cities and all 50 states.

Not bad, robot.

We’ve also got a story this week on two developers, Denton Floyd Real Estate Group and LDG Development, announcing a new joint multifamily project. That’s known as The Warren Apartments, slated for 4501 Town Center Blvd. in Jeffersonville, Indiana.

The residential development will have 264 units ranging from one, two and three bedrooms.

The units are “garden style” apartment homes, which refers to apartment buildings with four of fewer floors. Amenities at the property will include a community clubhouse, a resort-style pool, a 24-hour fitness center, a children’s playground, a car wash, pet spa, cybercafé, EV charging station bike repair and a dog park.


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