Walk to almost anything you need, restaurants, coffee shops, bookstores & boutique shops! This home is in the trendy Frankfort Ave corridor and is close to everything via foot or a quick drive! We're a clean pet free, newly renovated apt!
I must say our house is very very very fine house, with bright vibrate style, in a safe quiet neighborhood! This is the place you want to stay! Walk to so many of Louisville's most visited restaurants, antique/thrift stores, boutique and coffee shops! This area is truly a magical place!!!
*Sleeping up to 4.
*2 bedrooms with real beds (1 twin, 1 queen bed (and sleeping for one on the living room sofa)).
*Kitchens included: Refrigerator, microwave, dining table, coffee maker, toaster, plates, flatware, cups and many more kitchen items.
*Flat screen TV (Netflix/Hulu)
*Air and heat
*Large Garden area in back with seating and grill.
*Lots of free PARKING! (in back or curb side)!
Renovations have just been completed on our vacation house making it available just in time for your vacation reservation! With a nice balance of vintage and new!
Completely private: Please make yourself at home and use whatever we have available.
Interaction with Guests
We will be available if you need anything, but for the most part you will be on your on!
Clifton is a neighborhood east of downtown Louisville, Kentucky USA. Clifton was named because of its hilly location on the Ohio River valley escarpment.
Unlike other Louisville neighborhoods, Clifton was developed over a period of 60 years, with the first homes built in the 1860s sitting next to homes built in the 1910s, although nearly all homes were built in Victorian styles. Its residential areas are also much less dense than other nearby areas like Butchertown or the Original Highlands. The Louisville and Lexington toll pike, which is now called Frankfort Avenue, went through the heart of the area and was lined with small shops.
The area began to revitalize in the 1990s, as numerous restaurants, boutiques, and antique shops opened up along Frankfort Avenue. Area attractions many restaurants, coffee shops, book stores & thrift shops!
You will not need a car! You can walk to a lot of places and you can take a cheap cab/uber almost anywhere!
No Smoking! If you are found to be smoking you will be charged $300 cleaning fee.
Children under 18 must be attended to by an adult (over 21) at all times!
Quit hours are at 11pm!
Find your fun on "The Avenue"
Frankfort Avenue, or “The Avenue” as the locals call it, is a stretch of road that connects some of Louisville's most charming and historic neighborhoods including St. Matthews, Clifton and Crescent Hill. The corridor is full of character, with a freight train running parallel alongside the Avenue and dozens of unique and locally owned boutiques, art studios, galleries, restaurants and attractions lining the street.
With more than 30 locally owned restaurants located along a 2.5 mile stretch, Frankfort Avenue is a culinary hub that boasts al fresco dining, many options for international cuisine, and unique flavors of the city.
The shopping on the Avenue features a wide variety of independently owned boutiques and shops offering a variety of items – from vintage and consignment clothing to outdoor gear, imported crafts, antiques, home furnishings, wine, books, coffee and much more.
The neighborhood is also enhanced by libraries, parks, and several unique attractions for families and visitors to explore, like the historic Peterson-Dumesnil House, the Louisville Water Company and the American Printing House for the Blind.
On the last Friday of every month, free trolleys run up and down The Avenue for the FAT Friday Trolley Hop, and merchants often host live music, samplings and special sales. Frankfort Avenue is also home to several annual events, such as the Easter Parade, the Olde Tyme Christmas Celebration, and the Old Fashioned 4th of July Art and Music festival.