Prospect Homes for Sale
Prospect Kentucky is located several miles northeast of downtown Louisville and covers the Hunting Creek Country Club and several smaller residential neighborhoods. It's nestled up against the Ohio River but many neighborhoods surround smaller ponds, creeks, reservoirs, and rivers. This is the perfect neighborhood for quieter streets, beautiful walks, and stunning views of the golf course.
Hayes Kennedy Park is located right along the waterfront as well as the beach land beach road perfect for an afternoon along the water, or putting your boat in the River. Prospect is home to less than 5000 residents as bordered by Oldham County to the north. Originally known as Sand Hill, Prospect has been the home to several luxury residences and was largely agricultural until the mid-1960s. More high-end subdivisions and neighborhoods were built during this time and Huntington Creek golf course was a prominent landmark in the area.
There are several neighborhoods within prospect such as Bridgepointe, Harrods Landing, the Landings, Fox Harbour, Hunting Creek, Sutherland, and Innisbrook. Many of these offer beautiful residential lots, luxury estates, fabulous condominiums, and dozens of single-family houses.
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