Located in one of the most popular cities in Louisville, Douglass Hills is a large neighborhood in the city of Middletown. The neighborhood has been around for almost 50 years. Developed in 1973, the subdivision itself has actually became incorporated in Louisville. Douglass Hills is incorporated as its own city, which means the city elects a mayor every four years and has its own city council.
Douglass Hills Information
The subdivision itself is located on just under 1.5 square miles of developed land. In the 1.5 square miles that make up the subdivision, there is 1,400 single-family homes, 320 condominiums, 750 apartments, farms and a few local businesses. Located in central Douglass Hills, the neighborhood community is home to a large park with a community swimming pool. The neighborhood is home to amenities such as Warren Walker Park and Running Creek Park. These parks provide the neighborhood’s residents hours of relaxation just minutes from home. The neighborhood also provides its residents with tennis courts, the Faye Tanner Gazebo, and walking trails.
Most of the homes that are located in the neighborhood have brick venire and beautiful landscape areas. The neighborhood’s homes also tend to have basements in the majority of their homes. The subdivision offers a range of architectural designs, from ranch-style homes to traditional two-story single-family homes. Most homes in the subdivision benefit from having an attached two-car garage.
The subdivision also offers an estate section with larger, more expensive luxury homes. Douglass Hills East is also a section inside the neighborhood, with the east section being newer, affordable homes. The home price in Douglass Hills ranges anywhere from $175,000 to close to well over $400,000. If you are interested in homes inside Douglass Hills, or other neighborhoods inside Middletown, Kentucky, click here to see homes for sale.