Crescent Hill History
Crescent Hill is a neighborhood four miles east of downtown Louisville. Living in Crescent Hill offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Crescent Hill there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals and young families call Crescent Hill home. The neighborhood is known for its fantastic restaurants, charming boutiques and neighborhood streets lined with beautiful homes, all of which make it among the most unique enclaves in the city. Crescent Hill is centered on lively Frankfort Avenue, with indie boutiques, antiques stores, galleries, bookshops and many unique dining options. There is a peaceful walking trail that rings the 1879 Gothic-style Gatehouse at Crescent Hill Reservoir.
FairSquare House Buyers – What do we think of Crescent Hill?
FairSquare House Buyers loves the Crescent Hill neighborhood! It is a great place for families and young professionals. You have easy access to Seneca Park as well as a large selection of restaurants and independently owned boutiques on Frankfort Ave. Crescent Hill is a charming, beautiful neighborhood that is well established with easy access to downtown.
Median Home Value: $285,767
Median Rent: $890
Median Household Income: $64,908
Rent vs. Own:
- DuPont Manual High School
- J. Graham Brown School
- Louisville Male High School
- Atherton High School
- Greathouse Shryock Traditional Elementary School
*Data Sourced from Niche.com. Please click here for information on all the data sources used by Niche.com.
For additional statistics on the Crescent Hill neighborhood, please review the Crescent Hill Neighborhood Profile created by the Kentucky Data Center in partnership with the University of Louisville and Metro United Way.
*Data Sourced from: Kentucky State Data Center