Louisville Kentucky Home Insider: Anchorage of Kentucky...A True Upscale, Classy Neighborhood

Anchorage of Kentucky...A True Upscale, Classy Neighborhood

Anchorage Church

 

 

Beneath a canopy of oak and magnolias, you will find one the most upscale, desirable neighborhoods in all of Kentucky. Anchorage is a beautiful community dedicated to family, neighbors, its school, the environment, its pets, and horses. Most would say a twenty-year stay is common, however fifty years is not uncommon.

 

 

Quick Facts:Anchorage Church

  • Located within the city of Louisville in eastern Jefferson County
  • Over 200 years old
  • Home to some of the area's wealthiest citizens
  • Papa John's Pizza founder John Schnatter is a resident and owns about 6% of the land in Anchorage
  • 2,200+ residents, 730+ households 

 

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Real EstateAnchorage Homes

Anchorage features some of the most beautiful, exquistite archetecture in the entire city of Louisville. You will find old estates, new estates, large homes, smaller homes, and property with lots of acreage. Most homes in the area range in the price of $300k - $1.2mil and on. Whether you are looking for style, character, or charm, you are sure to find it here. Contact me for more information.

City Services

Anchorage has its own Police & Fire Departments, along with its own Post Office.

Historic Preservation Commission

 

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