Louisville is 20th Best Place to Retire
Citing the addition of bike lanes on city streets, a thriving arts district, and a plethora of things to do downtown and by the river, Money Magazine ranked Louisville Kentucky in their Top 25 Best Places to Retire. Rating criteria included housing affordability, 'bang for your buck', and local ammenities. Based on these requirements, it is obvious why Louisville is on the list.
With average Louisville home prices hovering just over $150,000, residents can definitely focus more of their money on enjoying amenities the city has to offer. Among the locations of interest were Louisville Slugger Field, the Muhammad Ali Museum, the Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft as well as the 85-acre Louisville Waterfront Park. For those unfamiliar with the city, Louisville also offers dozens of parks with biking and walking trails, several challenging private & municipal golf courses, and an abundance of shopping. If you like to travel, Louisville airport is conveniently located at the Watterson Expressway and I-65.
Considering relocating to Louisville? Whether you are looking for a retirement home, just entering the workforce or somewhere in between, call (502-921-3989) or email me and I'll be glad to help.
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