Louisville Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Carriage House: 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 4)
This two-bedroom turn of the century carriage house offers a quiet retreat in the heart of Louisville’s historic Cherokee Triangle. It is set back from the street behind our main house. The spacious (1,200 sq ft) living quarters are situated on the second floor above where the horse used to be and features ceiling fans, skylights and gabled ceilings. Stroll down the block to Bardstown Road where you will find the best of Louisville’s independently owned bookstores, coffee shops, restaurants, boutiques, galleries, antiques stores and bars. Hike and bike in Cherokee Park's extensive trail system. Visit downtown Louisville (3miles) and Churchill Downs (5.8 miles).
Bedrooms include ceiling fans and good reading lamps. Linens are of the finest quality. No pets please. No Smoking.
NOTE: THIS PROPERTY IS BOOKED FOR DERBY 2015. If you are interested in booking our place for Derby 2016 please contact us in late May. Thanks!
Keywords: carriage house, Cherokee Triangle
- non smoking only
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- pets not allowed
I grew up in the Louisville, Ky as did my father, and my grandfather, who dabbled in photography. My grandfather took the official photos of the Kentucky Derby winners on behalf of the Courier Journal during the 1950’s. Some of those photos are displayed in the apartment.
My husband I are professionals. My first art studio was a block from this carriage house. It was here that I became an active member of the Ky Guild of Artist and Craftsmen and began exhibiting regularly at art fairs and galleries across the region.
We are fond of the Cherokee Triangle and cherish the Victorian nature of the area. Each home has its unique character. The streets are lined with tall graceful trees and broad sidewalks. We love this place. Plus, the location can’t be beat.
Our carriage house well located. It offers the unusual combination of urban living with access to extensive hiking trials. A favorite day at our place starts with a morning stroll to pick up the newspaper and a cup of locally brewed coffee at Heine Brothers. Then continue down the street to browse the adjacent bookstore, boutiques and antique stores that line Bardstown Road. In the afternoon, jog or hike on the tree lined paths in Cherokee Park. At the end of the day enjoy a concert in Willow Park, movie or leisurely dinner. All available within a 2-5 minute walk.