Downsizing Options: Condo Review – The Ridge at Old Henry Louisville, KY

Location: This small patio home complex is located off Old Henry Road in eastern Jefferson County. Take I-265 to the Old Henry exit and travel east on Old Henry for about 1.25 miles, which involves going through one traffic light. At the stop sign turn right and the subdivision entrance is on your immediate right. […]

Downsizing Options: Condo Review – St James Place Condominiums Louisville, KY

  St James Place Condominiums: This patio home complex is located just north of the Beulah Church Road exit off of the Snyder Expressway. General Description: Based upon a review of the Master Deed, this complex was built between 2001 and 2002 and consists of 84 units housed in 14 separate, brick buildings. The units […]

Downsizing Options: Condo Review – Spring Arbor Condominiums Louisville KY

  Location: This development is located off of Route 146 just northeast of I-265. After exiting from I-265, turn right on Station Spring Road, which is about 1/4 mile from the exit.  General Description: According to the Master Deed, this patio home complex, which was developed between 1997 and about 2005, consists of 16 brick buildings […]

Downsizing Options: Condo Review – Gardens at Dorsey Patio Homes Louisville, KY

  The Gardens at Dorsey: This patio home development is located off Shelbyville Road and is about one half mile from the intersection of Dorsey Lane and Shelbyville Road. The complex is on the right, just before you reach Ward Avenue.   General Description:  This upscale patio home complex was developed in the early 2000’s […]

Downsizing Options: Condo Review – Monticello Forest Louisville KY

  Location: This condo development is located off Billtown Road in Jeffersontown. The complex has only one street, Monticello Forest Circle, which is approximately one mile south of where Ruckriegel Pkwy intersects Billtown Road. General Description: According to the master deed, this small patio home development was built over an approximate nine year period beginning […]

Downsizing Options: Condo Review of Greenhurst Condominium Association Louisville, KY

   Greenhurst Condominium Association: Located between Ridgehurst Place and the entrance to Mejiers off south Hurstbourne Parkway. General Description: Built in 1994-1997. According to the Master Deed (http://bit.ly/2kgzy8Y), the complex consists of 39 separate, mostly brick buildings of four units each. Each unit in buildings #1 through #31 will be either a ranch style unit […]

Downsizing Options- Condo Review of Hurstbourne Springs Condominiums Louisville, KY

  Hurstbourne Springs Condominiums: Located just north of Six Mile Lane off of South Hurstbourne Parkway. The community is accessed from Raintree Dr, which intersects South Hurstbourne Parkway. General Description: Construction spanned a period from approximately 1997-2002.   According to the Master Deed, the complex consists of 160 brick units. The units are either 1 or […]

Downsizing Options: Condo Review – Forest Green Patio Homes Louisville, KY

  Forest Green Patio Homes: This complex is located off of Dorsey Lane. It’s about 1/5 mile from the intersection of Dorsey and Hurstbourne Parkway. This complex may also be known as Forest Gardens!  General Description: This upscale patio home development, which was built in the very early 2000’s, consists of forty-three, brick, 1.5 and […]

Downsizing Options: Condo Review – Troon at Landis Lakes Louisville KY

  Location: This upscale patio home development is located off of South English Station Road, just east of the Snyder Expressway. Take I-64 eastbound to the Snyder Expressway heading north. Take the first exit, which is Shelbyville Road, and head east to the second traffic light and turn right on South English Station Road. The […]

Downsizing options and types of homes to consider.

Is your current home too large? Are you considering buying something smaller? I’ve already experienced this change and I hope the following commentary will help you better understand your options and avoid some major pitfalls. Assuming you want to buy another home and not rent, there are three primary types of properties you might consider: single family […]