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A community of friends. Hillview is located in Northern Bullitt County and just south of Louisville. Recognized as a little slice of heaven where friends, nature and heritage come together.
Rich with history, Shepherdsville is located in Bullitt County just south of Louisville. Shepherdsville is the county seat as well as the home of Alexandria Mills, Miss World 2010.
The city is one of several surrounding Louisville that have experienced a sharp rise in population in the past three decades, becoming a commuter town.
Located in southern Jefferson County. Great location with easy access to shopping, movies, and more.
"The Gateway to the South". The city is known as the home of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, the Kentucky Derby, Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), the University of Louisville, and Louisville Slugger baseball bats.
The city is part of the Louisville metropolitan statistical area. Fort Finney was built in this area in 1786 to protect the town and its people from Native Americans. A settlement grew around this fort.
Downtown New Albany has recently become a popular district for first-time homebuyers who enjoy the historical appeal of the 19th Century architecture combined with the lower cost of living New Albany offers.
Home to unique history, the region’s best caves, outdoor activities, wineries, shopping, and talented makers and musicians. Harrison County and Historic Downtown Corydon have dozens of attractions.
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