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Springhurst is an unincorporated edge city located in the northeast section of Louisville Metro, 10 minutes southwest from Oldham County. Established in 1990 and built up through a succession of developers, the city is comprised of a handful of villages existing under the Springhurst banner, and is part of one of the top 10 wealthiest zip codes in all of Louisville Metro; average household income comes to $100,750 according to Business First of Louisville.
Prices begin at the low $200s and continue into the $600s and beyond. Current median home value is $228,316, while average home value $261,352.
The villages making up Springhurst -- Abbeywood, Felsmere, Hartwick, Ivybridge, Moorfield, Springhurst Gardens, Springbrooke, Springmeadows, Tuxford, Valencia, White Blossom (the largest village in the group), and Wynbrooke -- are generally bounded by Brownsboro Road in the north, I-265 (known as the Gene Snyder Freeway) to the east, Hurstbourne Parkway to the west (the villages of Felsmere, Springbrooke, and Valencia lay directly west of Hurstbourne, the rest to the east), and Westport Road to the south. The four roads surrounding Springhurst are also the development’s major routes, linking it to the rest of Louisville Metro and beyond.
Within Springhurst, Little Goose Creek runs north to east, where the Village of White Blossom’s smaller southern lake lays a few yards to the north. The village’s larger lake -- located in the village center -- is also the largest body of water in the whole of Springhurst and contains a geyser feature at the lake’s west end. A sculpture of a young boy with his mother and father overlooks the geyser.
Directly south of Springhurst is E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park. The 550-acre park, named after Jefferson County Judge-Executive Erbon Powers Sawyer, was established in 1970, with the park’s grand opening occurring in 1974. E.P. “Tom” Sawyer is home to two hiking trails, an off-leash dog park, a community garden, two playgrounds, three picnicking areas, and public swimming pool.
Across Brownsboro Road to the north of Springhurst lays Paddock Shops, formerly known as The Summit of Louisville. The lifestyle center covers over 40 acres of land with its 367,400 square feet of retail space, with Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond, DSW, Earth Fare, GAP, and Ulta Beauty serving as the center’s anchor stores. Sixty-two shops, restaurants, and services call Paddock Shops home.
In the southeast corner of Springhurst is Springhurst Towne Center, where Cinemark, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Kohl’s, Meijer, and Target anchor down the lifestyle center’s 810,330 square feet of retail space.
Several events occur in and around Springhurst throughout the year. The annual Louisville Festival of the Arts brings art and fine culture to Paddock Shops every June, while Music on the Terrace brings music to everyone’s ears every summer. The Paddock Shops also hold a number of fashion, dining, and cultural events at its numerous shops. Sports fans can ring in the New Year with the Springhurst New Year’s Classic tennis tournament at The Tennis Club at Springhurst, while runners can compete in the Irish Classic 10K and Goose Creek 5K at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park.
Just on the outskirts of Louisville, Springhurst Subdivision offers that perfect balance of small community feel with city accessibility. A quick drive through Springhurst and you can see the choices range from fast food franchises like Sonic and Wendy's to local sit down eateries like Fuji's Japanese Steakhouse. The area is rounded out by a variety of casual food chains like O'Charly's, Cheddars and Old Chicago Pizza. Or run over to the Paddock shops and choose from Potbelly Sandwich Shop, Drakes, Martini Italian Bistro or Mitchell's Fish Market and even more. Catering to a culture of busy, on the go, individuals, you can be sure to find that perfect sit down dining experience or grab and go.
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