Most Expensive Homes in Louisville Kentucky

Welcome to our annual parade through the grandest, most extravagant homes in the city. It’s actually one of my favorite articles of the year! Who doesn’t like looking at nice things? What began in 2013 has continued to this day. If interested, here are a few of the previous installations: 2016, 2017 and 2018.

Enough with the chit chat, let’s dive into the most expensive homes in Louisville Kentucky this year!

Photo of the interior of Louisville's most expensive home sold in 2019
If you’re talking about expensive homes, they better look incredible like this one, right?

Picking the Homes

So how do we get there from here?

First, we grab all the million-dollar (or more!) homes that have sold so far in 2019. Yes, just the creme of the crop. Second, we’re only looking at properties in the Greater Louisville area but we also include Oldham, Shelby, Spencer, and Bullitt counties. But we won’t be using any from out in the state.

Most Expensive Homes in Louisville

This year there were 69 of the most expensive Homes in Louisville! For the sake of comparison, check out this out.

Year# Sold

Interesting to see how that number just keeps going up. Now, let’s check out some more stats of these incredible homes.

Average List Price$1,411,014$1,701,070$1,497,543
Average Sold Price$1,316,931$1,609,606$1,423,256
Average Above
Grade SqFt
Sold Price Per Above Grade
Finished SqFt
Avg. Cumulative Days
on Market

While the home sizes of these expensive homes stayed about the same, the price that people paid for them dropped from last year. And, they sold even faster this year. That likely accounts for the increase in the total number of million-dollar homes that exchanged hands in 2019.

Top 5 Most Expensive Homes in Louisville Kentucky

Now, the fun part. Let’s count down the very most expensive properties! Starting with…

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Is It Time To Replace Your Windows?

Thinking it’s time to replace your windows? There was a time when the more glass windows your house had, the wealthier you were presumed to be. In fact, for a time in colonial America there was a tax on windows to support the Revolutionary War effort. The poorest folks, the ones with only wooden shutters instead of glass, were spared. 

Photo of a new home with lots of windows

Now, of course, shutters are typically just for decoration. Not only can everyone have windows, but the more the merrier. Their style and placement influences every aspect of a home’s interior; from how bright or dark a room is to where the furniture will fit. Not to mention the significance of the views looking outside.

If you’re buying an older house or looking for a great home improvement project, the most important consideration is to get replacement windows that provide great climate control while conserving energy. Beyond that, there are a wide number of design options to explore. If you do a search for window companies near me, you’ll find a pro who can guide you to the right choice for you and your home.

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Common House Fire Causes: What You Need to Know

Whether you’re a homeowner living in your own property or a landlord renting to a tenant, the last thing you want to happen is a house fire. Unfortunately, though, fires in homes arise thousands of times each year across the country. When one examines the causes of these fires, most of the time they’re due to the same types of triggers. Here are some of the most common house fire causes that you need to be aware of today.

Photo of a house on fire
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Local NBC Affiliate Interviews Tre Pryor for Housing Story

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Third times the charm? I’m not sure, I’ll let you be the judge.

A past client asked me to be on camera and share some Louisville real estate knowledge. This piece by Wave3 anchor David Mattingly is looking at our housing shortage.

Affordable houses in Louisville hard to find

As is typically the case, most of the interview doesn’t make it on air but I was happy to help. At the same time… I hate seeing myself on screen. How does my wife put up with me?