Homes For Sale Crestwood | Zip Code 40014

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Crestwood, nestled in the heart of Oldham County, is strategically positioned at the convergence of Highway 146 and Highway 22. This prime location boasts an array of amenities, from shopping centers to grocery outlets and from fast-food joints to refined restaurants.

For those yearning for a blend of both urban conveniences and suburban serenity, Crestwood emerges as an idyllic haven.

Crestwood is a city located to the northeast of the Louisville Metro Area in Oldham County. Classified as a home rule-class city, Crestwood was first settled in the 19th century, established in 1857 as Beard’s Station -- named for resident Joe Beard, who built the warehouse which would serve as the city’s train depot -- and received its current name in 1909.

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Noteworthy Neighborhoods and Home Styles

Diverse in its architectural offerings, Crestwood takes pride in its assortment of home styles and communities:

Briar Hill Estates: An emblem of sophistication, this estate epitomizes luxury living in Crestwood.

Becker Quarry: Rooted in historical elegance, homes here radiate charm and allure.

Kentucky Acres: This neighborhood, with its expansive landscapes, reflects the countryside beauty of Crestwood.

Spring Hill: A vibrant and dynamic community, Spring Hill offers homes that cater to contemporary tastes.

Being a melting pot of tradition and modernity, Crestwood truly caters to varied housing preferences.

Crestwood KY Real Estate Market

For those venturing into Crestwood's real estate landscape, the spectrum of home prices is vast, ranging from a modest lot for $50,000 to an estate at $1,000,000+. Whether you're leaning towards a brand-new construction with contemporary finishes or a classic brick edifice oozing character, Crestwood promises to have something in store for you.

Another highlight that boosts Crestwood's residential appeal is its strategic proximity to I-71, ensuring residents can effortlessly navigate their way around. Moreover, Crestwood proudly houses the South Oldham Oldham County School campus, reputed to be among Kentucky's finest, thereby guaranteeing an enriching educational experience.

Modern Amenities Meet Timeless Charm

Crestwood, while cherishing its past, has embraced the future with open arms. The town's epicenter is a bustling hub of activity, hosting renowned chains like Walgreens and Wal-Mart and Burger King.

The Stoess Manor building was recently bought by the city and is being converted into a new shopping experience. For those craving a sweet treat, Dairy Queen promises to satiate the palate. Fueling up is a breeze with easy access to multple gas stations conveniently located in town.  Just 2 miles west in downtown Pewee Valley, there is a public electric vehicle charging station as well.

On the development front, the intersection of Highway 329 bypass and Highway 146 is witnessing a surge of modern establishments. From global fast-food giants like McDonald's to local favorites such as Wilder's Cafe, Hometown Pizza, this new section has transformed into Crestwood's go-to social hotspot

Discover The Joy Of Living In Crestwood

Around 4,500 residents call Crestwood, KY home, listed as the 52nd best place to live in the United States by CNN in 2005.

Owning a property in Zip Code 40014 is not just a real estate investment; it's an immersion into Crestwood's captivating lifestyle. Those who choose to make Crestwood their abode invariably fall in love with its charm, amenities, and community spirit.

To truly appreciate what Crestwood has to offer, one must embark on the journey of exploring homes for sale in this enchanting town. Each listing narrates a unique tale, awaiting its next homeowner.

Crestwood Parks and Attractions

Golfers looking to practice their swing have two driving ranges from which to choose on Lagrange Road to the east: Golden Tee Driving Range and Golf Experience. Meanwhile, Briar Hill Park to the west of Crestwood’s city limits offers a walking trail, picnic shelters, playground, and tennis, basketball and sand volleyball courts. The city also has purchased a property known as "The Maples" and have converted it into a park complete with an amphitheater. Outside the city limits, Sleepy Hollow Golf Course in Prospect is good for a quick 9 around the green before turning south to I-71 for a trip into downtown Louisville and sights and experiences like Waterfront Park, the Ohio River, and Louisville Slugger Field. A quick swoop south onto I-264 from I-71 westbound will take shopping fans down to both Oxmoor Center and Mall St. Matthews, while a similar trip down I-265 leads to Paddock Shops and Springhurst Towne Center.

Crestwood is also home to the Yew Dell Botanical Gardens, an internationally recognized center of gardening listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Every August, Yew Dell hosts the annual Hummingbirds & Bees Festival, where guests can learn more about the tiny birds, and partake in fun activities. The gardens also have several events throughout the year, including scavenger hunts, the Yew Dell Express Holiday Train Exhibit, and various classes. Foxhollow Farm hosts an annual festival on the second Saturday in October on their property in Crestwood, with hay rides, local food (including goodies from Foxhollow itself), music, and more, all to benefit child welfare agency Maryhurst. Before the farm’s fall festival comes around, Foxhollow spends their summer setting the night to music with the Sunset Concert Series, providing a space for local food and drink vendors to sell their goods, and for local acts to entertain the crowd as the sun sets on the warm summer nights Kentucky is known for.

Crestwood Schools

Crestwood is served by Oldham County Public Schools, specifically: Crestwood Elementary School, Camden Station Elementary, Kenwood Station Elementary, South Oldham Middle School, and South Oldham High School. The Oldham County Schools Arts Center is also in Crestwood, is home to the School For The Arts and Arts Academy, and provides adult education and community resources.

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