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Audubon Park is a home-rule city within the city limits of Louisville, located three miles to the south of downtown and the Ohio River. The small community -- listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1996 -- is considered "an urban jewel in the midst of metropolitan Louisville" by its own government, notable for its historic preservation, wondrous trees, and warm community spirit. It is also a bird sanctuary Audubon Park is perfect for those seeking an oasis from hustle and bustle of the city without having to leave it all behind. Home prices range between the low $100s to the mid-$500s, with Craftsman, Tudor Revival, Dutch Colonial, Neo-Federal and Neo-Colonial architectural styles among the many possibilities for your new forever home.
Around 1,500 call Audubon Park's 230 acres home. The city began as hilly pastures owned by General William Preston, who had been granted the land in 1774 by the British government for his service during the French and Indian War. Audubon Park was named after wildlife painter John James Audubon by the Audubon Park Realty Company, who purchased the land from then-owner G. Robert Hunt in 1912. Once Louisville Gas & Electric began installing utilities in the area during the 1920s, development took off, with a given home's construction begun every two weeks. Audubon Park is generally bounded by Hess Lane to the north, Preston Highway to the west, Audubon Country Club to the south, and Eagle Pass to the east. Both Preston Highway and nearby Poplar Level Road link up with I-264 to the south, connecting the neighborhood to the rest of Louisville and beyond. Mean travel time to work is 19.3 minutes, and two bus routes to the east and west are minutes away.
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