Little Spring Farm is a subdivision located minutes away from Mount Washington and Bullitt County in the southeastern corner of Jefferson County within the Glenmary area of Louisville Metro. The development took root in 2004, and is under construction as of 2016. Little Spring Farm is expected to have 500 homes once every lot is built-out, with green space along Floyds Fork and amenities like tennis courts, a swimming pool, and a large clubhouse available to all residents. New homeowners will love the idyllic setting at Little Spring Farm, with the city of Mt. Washington a short drive away, and Louisville's many shops, restaurants, and more accessible via Bardstown Road. Home prices begin in the $300s, and top out in the $500s.
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Over the county line and to the south is the bedroom community of Mount Washington. The home-rule city on the northeastern edge of Bullitt County was formally established in 1822 as Mount Vernon -- named in honor of President George Washington’s home -- but changed its name to Mount Washington in 1833 -- again, in honor of President Washington -- upon learning another town’s post office had priority to the Mount Vernon name. Wineries, restaurants, local shops, and more await visitors to this historic city.
With strong neighborhood amenities and convienent access to I-265 and I-65, Little Spring Farm is a desirable neighborhood. Home prices begin in the $300s, and top out in the $500s., with an average price in the high $300s.
Little Spring Farm is comprised of 500 lots on 430 acres of land, 200 of which have been set aside as green space along Floyds Fork. The subdivision is generally bounded by the forests surrounding Floyds Fork to the west and south, Bardstown Road to the east, and Thixton Lane to the north.
Within Little Spring Farm, walking trails and 200 acres of green space surrounding the winding Floyds Fork await exploration by the subdivision’s residents. Meanwhile, those looking for a quick round of tennis or a few laps around the pool can avail themselves of the tennis courts and swimming pool at the clubhouse.
A few minutes west lays Quail Chase Golf Course and McNeely Park. Quail Chase offers golfers 27 opportunities -- divided into three 9-hole courses -- for the fabled hole-in-one, surrounded by a lush gathering of Scotch pine, maple, oak, and dogwood trees, all against the backdrop of knobs and McNeely Lake. Wildwood and Woodhaven country clubs await your game. Woodhaven boasts both an 18-hole course and a Par 3 nine-hole family course, the latter one of only two Par 3 courses in Kentucky. Wildwood, too, has an 18-hole course, and together, both clubs offer swimming, fitness center, fishing, tennis, and event planning for weddings and banquets.
Home of Louisville’s Korean War Memorial, the 746 acres comprising McNeely Park include a 46-acre fishing lake with an accessible pier and two boat ramps owned by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife. Basketball, soccer, sheltered picnic areas, swimming, and horseback riding are among some of the other amenities offered by the park.
A trip north on Bardstown Road leads to the eclectic collection of neighborhoods known as The Highlands, a shopper’s delight and a foodie’s dream come true. Farmers markets, clothing stores, parades, a wide assortment of local restaurants, whatever you desire could be found there.
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