Tyler Park (Louisville, KY)
By Younger Gaines Real Estate
Louisville is an amazing place with an eclectic style and great sense of community. When things need done, the city comes together in unique ways, after all this is Possibility City! Well, it is in that spirit that the 4th Annual Tyler Park Wine Tasting will be held on January 31st! No bake sales here! Just great Spirits, wine and cheese! This unique fundraiser is to benefit the Tyler Park Neighborhood Association. They help maintain the park, which includes its well known 100 year old bridge. One of the improvements planned is to grade the walking path under the bridge to eliminate the steps. This will help the park be more accessible to everyone. At this year's fund raiser you will also be able to see an architectural rendering of the new Tyler Park Master Plan of park improvements. T...
Comments 0
By Jeff Johnson, Proud To Be Your Realtor
(On the Move)
Nestled just 3 miles southeast of downtown Metro Louisville lies the beautiful Highlands Neighborhood of Tyler Park. "The park" as it was called, was initially developed starting in 1873.  The area was so remote and removed from the remainder of the city that it was not finalized until 1910 with the last subdivision being built.  At that time the restrictions for the area were so that all houses developed were required to sell for over $8,000! Tyler Park is located in the neighborhood and was designed by John Olmsted, the son of the famed Frederick Law Olmsted of NYC's Central Park and Cherokee Park which is located just a few short miles away.  Castlewood Park is also located within the neighborhood offering lots of opportunities for recreation and fun on a Sunday afternoon.  City Cent...
Comments 0
Louisville, KY Real Estate Professionals