Jefferson County Homes for Sale
Jefferson County is a beautiful part of north central Kentucky. Home to about 800,000 residents, Jefferson County is one of the most populated counties in the state of Kentucky.
Originally settled in 1780, Jefferson County morphed and grown into the beautiful county it is today. With the surrounding counties of Bullitt and Hardin, Jefferson features the most cities within this area, Louisville being the largest. St. Matthews, Newburg, Jeffersontown, and Hurstbourne are among the other larger towns.
Louisville is home to dozens of parks, events, festivals and more. The University of Louisville is the oldest city-supported college in the US and we are also home to the “Hot Brown” dish founded at the Brown Hotel in downtown.
The 1914 Belle of Louisville is the oldest operating sternwheeler steamboat in existence today offering tours and rides. The 6,000 acre Jefferson Memorial Forest is the nation’s largest municipal urban forest. If that isn’t enough to get you going, Louisville is the home of the original Cheeseburger started at Kaelin’s Restaurant.
This is a beautiful place to call home with so many parks and unique places to see and things to do. Let us know if you are interested in a home here or selling your Jefferson County home.
Homes in Jefferson County
Below you can view all active homes for sale in Jefferson County, which is home to Louisville, KY, updated every day from the Greater Louisville MLS. Click the View Details link next to any listing to view full-size listing photos, full details, virtual tours, maps and more.
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The final walk-through is usually conducted about 2 to 3 days before closing or's final signing. This walk-through is crucial to verifying any work that was done on the inspection report, and verify that the home is as it should be when it closes. ... Read More