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The Forest Springs subdivision offers luxury in Louisville’s east end. The neighborhood has wide sidewalks that are perfect for a morning run or an evening stroll. Residents enjoy access to the fitness facilities and a clubhouse. For an additional fee, residents can join the swim club and have access to the swimming pool. If you love living in a neighborly community, Forest Springs is the perfect place.
The HOA maintains a fairly up to date website. You can get a feel for the community feel by visiting the HOA association website.
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Forest Springs is a development of around 600 homes in eastern Jefferson County. The development describes itself as "a neighborhood where the trees are mature and the landscapes are lush... with friendly neighbors and incredible amenities," all located away from the hustle and bustle of the main city. If you're looking to make Forest Springs your forever home, you can't go wrong with its cozy, small town vibe and vibrant environment. Home prices in the development range in the $200s to $300s.
Forest Springs is minutes away from I-265, providing residents with quick access to the rest of the city and points beyond. Ford employees transferring to the Ford Kentucky Truck Plant won't have to go far to work, while everyone else will experience a mean travel time of 24.7 minutes to make their daily bread. A single express bus ferries workers from Forest Springs to downtown Louisville and back Monday through Friday.
Anchored by Kroger, the Shops of Forest Springs boasts over 100,000 square feet of retail space. Other tenants include: Thorntons, PNC Bank, Arby's and McDonald's. Recently a Starbucks and Jimmy Johns have also opened. Other long standing tenants include a dry cleaner and wine bar and restaurant called Brix. More adventurous shoppers will head out Springhurst Towne Center, Paddock Shops, and the Outlet Shops of the Bluegrass.
Forest Springs residents have the option of joining the Forest Springs Swim & Tennis Club, operated by real estate developer RJ Thieneman. Outside of the development, a trek into nearby Crestwood leads to the Yew Dell Botanical Gardens. The gardens began as 33 acres of farmland in Oldham County in 1941, transformed into the spectacular arboretum and gardens Yew Dell is today over six decades. Three ponds, a one-mile hiking trail, and classes and events all await those who visit.
E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park is a 550-acre state park posthumously named in 1974 after Jefferson County judge Erbon Powers “Tom” Sawyer, the father of journalist Diane Sawyer. The park is open all year, and was established upon land purchased from the Kentucky Department of Mental Health in 1969. Two trails -- 1 and 1.25 miles, respectively -- a dog park, archery, astronomy, BMX, picnicking, and tons of events throughout the year.
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