Just 15 minutes from downtown Louisville, you get the best of city-living with the beauty of the Kentucky countryside. Oldham County, with the top-rated public school system in the state, boasts one of the most fun environments for kids – the Oldham Co. Aquatic Center and Wendell Moore Park. Take kids of all ages to Noah’s Ark Petting Zoo in Prospect or float your worries away in one of Crawford’s Hot Air Balloons.
Looking for a grown-up affair? Oldham County is home to the Little Colonel Playhouse, a local community theater in Crestwood, and Gallery 104, an uptown gallery in historic downtown La Grange. During the warmer months, head out to the beauty of Yew Dell Gardens, one of 13 American Gardens designated as Partnership Gardens by the Garden Conservancy.
Schools and Facilities
Oldham County Schools is the highest ranking County district in Kentucky in the 2009 CATS (Comprehensive Achievement Test Scores). Oldham County residents also have quick access to I-71 and I-265 and a major hospital – Baptist Hospital Northeast – in just minutes.
You can always find a good time in Oldham County and will be thrilled to learn that Historic Downtown LaGrange is filled with unique shopping experiences, including art galleries, amazing eateries, gift shops, clothing stores and great monthly events that include the retailers.
Cyclists will love the Ironman Triathlon that pushes through the middle of Oldham County.
A weekly Farmer’s Market supplies your home in Oldham County with fresh from the farm goodies sure to make your meal a nutritional success.
Find your Next Home in Oldham County
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