Indian Hills is a beautiful, wooded community of roughly 1,200 homes and 2,900 residents. Indian Hills was incorporated as a fourth class city in 1999 and includes the cities of Cherokee, Indian-Hills Country Club, Winding Falls, and Robinswood. Along with it’s neighboring communities of Glenview and Mockingbird Valley, the area makes up one of the most prosperous suburbs in the city of Louisville. Over a third of the land in Indian Hills is left undeveloped, purposefully, lending to the scenic atmosphere. The woodlands that surround Indian Hills leave you feeling as if you are in the country when in reality you are conveniently located only seven miles from Downtown Louisville and next to the lively commercial district of Shellbyville Road.
Indian Hills is steeped in Southern history. Originally named the “Indian Hill Stock Farm” in 1872 and one of the largest horse farms in Kentucky, Indian Hills holds still shows evidence of it’s original farming roots today. The Georgian Style Veech House at 125 Indian Hills Trail, and Spring House at 119 Arrowhead Rd are still standing from the original Farm, and add historical relevance and Southern charm to the neighborhood.
Just outside Indian Hills you will find historic Locust Grove. Locust Grove is a National Historic Landmark established in 1790, and was home to the founder of Louisville, George Rogers Clark. The Georgian Mansion on Locust Grove’s campus has been beautifully restored and is available for tours. Locust Grove Locust Grove offers 55 acres of grounds to explore, hosts events, public and private, and attracts visitors year round.
Indian Hills is conveniently located next to the bustling shopping and commercial district of St. Matthews. St Matthews is home to some of the best locally owned restaurants in Louisville, Del Friscos, Havana Rumba, Café Lulu, and Meridian Café to name a few.
Indian Hills is in the Jefferson County Public School District. Schools close by include Chenoweth Elementary, Northhaven Elementary, Trinity High School, and Holy Spirit School.
Most homes in Indian Hills are found on large lots, with long drive ways with large green front lawns. Homes in Indian Hills follow the hilly terrain of the neighborhood and offer a variety of style homes from Traditional to Ranch to Cape Cod. Most of the homes in the area were built in the 1950’s and 60’s with a median price of $415,000 and a price per square foot of $190.00. There is however an availability of beautiful 5000+ square foot estate-sized homes available in Indian Hills. There are many options in Indian Hills for the affluent homebuyer.
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