Nestled in the Cherokee Park triangle of the Highlands, this 21-unit Condominium complex was converted from apartments to condominiums in 2007. The building was originally constructed as apartments in 1928.
This 4-story wood framed brick veneer sided building is constructed over a full concrete walled basement, complete with a garage under the piazza patio which boasts a magnificent water fountain.
The neighborhood is home to the Original Highlands Art and Music Festival. Held on Baxter Avenue each September, the festival features local and national music acts along with art and vendor booths.
The neighborhood is also host to the annual Highlands Louisville Halloween Parade, Louisville Zombie Attack and Ancient Order of Hibernians St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
The area is also well known for its numerous dining establishments, giving it the nickname “Restaurant Row”.
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