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Burnett Ridge Lofts
600 Burnett Ridge Place, Douglas Hills, KY 40243

Property Overview

Overview

Burnett Ridge Lofts is now OPEN to individual Buyers. PLEASE reserve your loft today.

This new 30 unit development is underway and expected completion is 12 to 14 months.

Be the first to reserve the pre-construction Loft for $329,900 this is our special before construction pricing that will not last.

The development is scheduled to be completed within the next 12 to 14 months.

Please reserve your new home today and call Irene 859-310-3354.

Property Details

Details

Why buy the Burnett Ridge Lofts?
Location, Location, Location!

Brand New - Be The First!

This new development is located within the city of Douglass Hills a rare suburban hamlet within the city of Louisville.

These are more than perfect for the numerous professionals who are relocating to the area and for those who are looking to downsize and are choosing a brand new maintenance free lifestyle.

The open floor plans, high ceilings, and modern-style design, offer a stylish and functional living space that is perfect for entertaining or just relaxing after a long day at work.

First-floor bedroom, second-floor bedroom, enclosed private courtyard, plus 2-car garage checks all the boxes!

Highlights

  • Highly sought-after design and style

  • Polished concrete floors, high ceilings and slick open kitchen designs.

  • First-floor bedroom, second-floor bedroom, enclosed private courtyard, plus 2-car garage.

  • Location -Douglass Hills has a residential feel- easy to get around the city of Louisville from this location.

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Burnett Ridge Lofts

Universities & Schools

Schools
  • Bellarmine University
  • Indiana Wesleyan University Louisville Education Center
  • University of Louisville

Hospitals

Schools
  • University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital, Lexington
  • Elizabeth Healthcare, Edgewood-Covington
  • Baptist Health Lexington
  • Norton Hospital, Louisville
  • Baptist Health Louisville
  • Jewish Hospital, Louisville
  • Owensboro Health Regional Hospital, Owensboro

University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital in Lexington earned the award for the No. 1 hospital in the Commonwealth and received four national specialty rankings in endocrinology (37th in the nation); geriatrics (43rd); neurology and neurosurgery (44th); and cancer treatment (50th).

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Good Quality of Life

  • Why Louisville is one of the best cities to live in

    Louisville, KY, needs no introduction. The city is known for the Kentucky Derby, Louisville sluggers and fantastic bourbon. But those who move to Lou quickly discover that the city is so much more than its storied staples, like Whiskey Row and Churchill Downs. The arts and culture scene takes center stage, and the city has a stable economy that’s home to startups and heavy-hitter brands like Maker’s Mark and Louisville Slugger. Additionally, many unique neighborhoods with friendly residents are just waiting to be called home. The strong economy, as well as access to good schools and health care, are among the reasons that Louisville is one of the best places to live in the U.S. Thousands of acres of parks plus a busy calendar of arts and music festivals make life even sweeter. Outside of a little friendly rivalry with nearby Lexington (you better be a Cardinals fan here!), Louisville is a diverse, lively and inclusive city that is full of surprises.

  • What are Louisville’s major industries and employers?

    United Postal Service, Humana and Yum! Brands (the umbrella company of KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell) are among the region’s biggest employers. Louisville’s top industries are health care and aging innovation, business services, logistics and e-commerce, advanced manufacturing, and food and beverage.

  • What are the major colleges and universities in Louisville?

    University of Louisville & Bellarmine University

  • What is the weather like in Louisville?

    Summers are warm and winters are moderately cold. Things start heating up here in May, just in time for mint juleps and wide-brimmed hats

  • What is there to do outside in Louisville?

    Make repeat visits to E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, a 554-acre park with an outdoor public archery range, a huge swimming pool and splash park, a shaded nature trail, and a Supercross BMX track.

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What Locals Love in Louisville, KY

  • What is the best local bookstore in Louisville?

    Carmichael’s Bookstore is the oldest locally owned bookstore and a certified institution with two Louisville shops (plus a whimsical kid’s store), filled with hand-picked titles that reflect the neighborhoods.

  • How do you spend a weekend in Louisville?

    Sip Kentucky’s finest along the “Urban Bourbon Trail,” which celebrates the city‘s restaurants and bars. Did you know 95% of the world‘s bourbon is made in Kentucky? Architecture buffs will also love roaming around Old Louisville, which is filled with different styles of mansions ranging from Romanesque to Queen Anne and Italianate.

  • What can you do for free in Louisville?

    Catch a sunset on the Big Four Bridge, a bicycle and pedestrian bridge over the Ohio River connecting Louisville and Jeffersonville, IN. At night, it twinkles with LED lights and can be programmed to have a rainbow effect.

  • What’s the best way to spend happy hour in Louisville?

    Tell your friends to meet you at the larger-than-life golden replica of Michaelangelo’s David outside 21C Museum Hotel. Then, head inside for happy hour at Proof on Main.

  • What’s something only locals know about Louisville?

    90% of the disco balls in the U.S. are made in Louisville.

  • Is Louisville, KY a good place to live?

    A strong economy, unique neighborhoods and friendly residents make Louisville a best place to live in Kentucky.

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Thinking of Moving to Louisville?

  • What is the Louisville, KY real estate market like?

    Everything in this city exudes southern charm and Louisville real estate reflects the same. Whether it’s the revitalized Butchertown, where young professionals gravitate towards, Clifton with its mix of condos, townhomes, and pockets of single family homes near downtown, Germantown with its selection of shotgun and camelback houses, or even the Highlands with it’s turn-of-the-century homes ideal for established professionals and families, all are flourishing neighborhoods that showcase a southerly flair. That’s not all. Old Louisville, located near the university, boasts the oldest preserved district of Victorian homes in the U.S. There are several Louisville real estate agents here that can help you find the perfect home for sale in Louisville with lots of character.

Topgolf

Schools
  • Topgolf Louisville

Restaurants

Schools
  • Brazeiros Churrascaria - Brazilian Steakhouse
  • English Grill
  • Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse, Louisville
  • Jack Fry's
  • Buck's Restaurant & Bar
  • Varanese
  • Proof on Main
  • Volare Ristorante
  • Brendon's Catch 23
  • Vincenzo's Italian Restaurant
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