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Homearama 2018

That’s right, Homearama is back!

Ah – Homearama! For those who have never gone, it’s an annual showcase of custom built new homes hosted by the Building Industry Association since 1968. It also reveals the hottest trends in technology and interior design. These custom-built homes will be displayed fully-furnished, decorated and landscaped.

P.S. – Stay tuned until the end to find out how to win our special giveaway!

This year, Homearama will be taking place in Catalpa Farms, a conservation subdivision located in Jefferson County. Homearama 2018 will be showcasing a total of seven luxury custom built homes from July 14th – 29th, 2018.

If you fall in love with the furniture while at Homearama, you don’t have to search high and low to add it to your home. They hold the annual Homearama Furniture Sale on July 30th – though not all homes are guaranteed to be open!

You may be in luck if you want the entire home! Five Homearama homes are available for purchase in Catalpa Farms. One of our agents would be more than happy to help you purchase your own Homearama home!

Thinking of going? Here’s everything you need to know:

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Norton Commons - An Incredible Start for a Vibrant Pioneering Community

Louisville is a diverse and eclectic city which is reflected by the cultures offered in the countless communities within our city. Norton Commons is one of the newest communities spanning over 500 acres and which offers lifestyle choices as unique as the architecture and community itself!

So how did Norton Commons transform from farmland into one of Louisville’s hottest neighborhoods? At the beginning of the 20th century, a man by the name of George Norton had a passion for television and farming. These passions combined to create WAVE-TV which regularly featured agricultural segments pertaining to local farmers. Norton’s passion for television led to the nickname of his estate, WAVE farm.

After Norton’s passing, the WAVE farm was designated to be a new kind of subdivision. Mrs. Mary Norton Shands, Norton’s daughter, hired 2 local planners, Charles Osborn and David Tomes. Together they agreed to build the development in the style of New Urbanism, an innovative design concept that encourages environmental awareness with dedicated common spaces and features a wide array of housing. Andres Duany, a town planner at the center of the New Urbanism movement, was asked to help create a community that would connect people in a new way.

Today Norton Commons continues this tradition by providing a little something for everyone! You can stroll through one of the numerous parks, relax with afternoon tea in the...

Iroquois Park

Welcome back to our blog! We wanted to focus on some of the most vastly appreciated and integrated parts of Louisville, our parks. No matter which neighborhood you are in Louisville, there’s never a park far from you. Plus, our parks always have some kind of activity planned. This makes our parks the perfect place to visit, no matter what you are interested in. Since our parks are a major part of our city, we will be doing a series all about the wonderful park systems in our area and all they have to offer! 

Today we wanted to feature Iroquois Park. This gorgeous park is located LOCATION! Planned by Frederick Law Olmstead, this parks preserves the area’s natural features including its vast wooded hills. The special feature of this park is the open Iroquois Amphitheater that can accommodate up to 2,366 people! Iroquois also sports a road, leading to the top of the park, which can be used by pedestrians and cyclists only.

Check out everything they have planned for the month of August!

Next week, we will be talking about everything Shelby Park has to offer!

Comment below on your favorite park activity and why!

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