Prospect Ky homes seemed like a great place to settle as people were boating down Harrods Creek past ample farm land and sandy hills. In fact, the region was still mostly farmland until the sixties when the Hunting Creek subdivision was built. Quickly, country clubs, golf courses, spas and prestigious communities sprouted up in this northern tip of Jefferson County. In the 1990s, Prospect represented the fastest-growing city in the county. Today, the community is known for its affluence and access to the best schools, relaxing pursuits and elite clubs.
Prospect KY real estate ranges from low-maintenance townhomes to rolling estates tucked up in the hills. Coveted subdivisions offer all-inclusive, resort-style living with tennis courts, pools, club houses, private lakes and exclusive golf courses. The median home price in Prospect is much higher than in most other parts of Louisville, and it’s not at all uncommon to see mansions listed for two, three or even four million. Prospective homebuyers looking to lay down roots in one of the new Prospect KY subdivisions may attend one of the many “Homearama” events hosted by the Louisville Association of Homebuilders.
Norton Commons is one of the most newest and most popular subdivisions located within the City Of Prospect KY. The homes seem straight out of a fairytale, with a mix of Greek Revivals, Italian Cottages, Foursquare Arts and Crafts, Classical Vernaculars and Federal Classicals. The distinct community atmosphere can be felt at the local pool, neighborhood restaurants, the community grocery store, the bike path, or your front porch. Hunting Creek, Bridgepointe and Sutherland are other much-sought-after subdivisions in Prospect KY.