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Christmas in Charlestown

Just across the river there is a small town in Indiana that is home to the largest animated light show in Southern Indiana. The City of Charlestown is just a short drive from real estate Louisville and only several miles from the East End Bridge. Christmas in Charlestown is a must on your Holiday to do list.

The light show plays on the town square from 6-11 pm each night. The beautiful light displays twinkle while Christmas songs ring out. After walking the town square, you can head on down to the Family Activities Park, where there is much more to see and do.

There is ice skating, mini golf, and a playground. After all that you can grab cookies and hot chocolate at the concession stand and take a ride on the Christmas Train Express. Enjoy more sights and sounds of Charlestown on this quick train trip.

Christmas in Charlestown is an excellent way to get in the holiday spirit. For more information on directions, dates and times, and activity prices visit http://cityofcharlestown.com/parks/annual-events/christmas-in-charlestown.

Photo credit: City of Charlestown website

 

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Christmas Gift and Decor Show

If you are anything like me then you probably still have a few people left on your Christmas list. The thought of driving from store to store can be exhausting. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a place you could go with gift ideas for just about anyone.

Look no more, the Christmas Gift and Decor Show is this weekend, December 7-9 at the Kentucky Expo Center. Admission is FREE and there will be over 750 different vendors with many unique handmade gifts and holiday decor. All kids can receive a FREE photo with Santa as well.

Looking for a new home for the Holidays or thinking about selling in the Spring? Head on over to Family Realty were we have more information for buyers and sellers. You can see What your home is worth or search current listings. For more information on why Family Realty is right for you contact Scott Boehnlein of Family Realty to discuss your buying and selling needs!

 

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Light Up the Village at Westport Village

Now that the holidays are officially here, there are so many fun holiday events to attend all over town. One of my favorites is Light Up the Village at Westport Village. This Friday November 30  from 5-8PM Westport Village will be transformed into a winter wonderland with lights and holiday decor.

Along with enjoying the beautiful sights there is plenty to do with something for everyone to enjoy. Free pictures with Santa, balloon sculptures and train rides for the kiddos. For the adults there will be a tent with food and drink from local restaurants, music and Cirque Louis performers.

Don’t forget about SHOPPING, the Westport Village shops can help you find the perfect gift for everyone of your list.

 

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Light Up Louisville is Tonight!

Now that Thanksgiving is officially over, we can jump head first into Christmas! One of Louisville’s first official kick off celebrations is Light Up Louisville and it is TONIGHT!

For 38 years this event has become a popular holiday tradition for many Louisvillians. Festivities begin at 4:00 pm and include; family activities, vendors, live entertainment, train rides, parade, and photos with Santa. New this year is the laser dome at the Big Four Bridge. The dome will feature a light show set to music. The laser dome and several other features  will continue through the holiday season.

Santa will join Mayor Fischer in the lighting of the tree at 8:00 pm. While the tree stands in Jefferson Square Park, the shows main stage is in front of Metro Hall. Make sure to get there early to get a good seat on the lawn. A firework show concludes the evening.

For a full list of city events visit https://louisvilleky.gov/events

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Lights Under Louisville at the Mega Caverns

While Thanksgiving is still a week away, one of Louisville’s most popular holiday experiences begins tomorrow, November 16 and runs through December 31. Lights Under Louisville at the Mega Caverns is the world’s only fully underground drive through Christmas light show.

There are over 3 million lights and 850 characters displayed to the tunes of your favorite Christmas carols. The young (and young at heart) will truly enjoy the sights and sounds.

New this year is the Christmas Express. These are daytime trips, and instead of driving yourself through, you are able to enjoy the show from an open top trailer. The rides last about 30 minutes and after it is through, children can enjoy milk and cookies!

With only 40 days until Christmas, you might want to start planning your trip now. To avoid long lines and wait times, try to avoid weekends, as these days seem to be the most crowded.

For more information on times and prices please visit http://lightsunderlouisville.com/#/.

From all of us at Family Realty we hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Photo Credit: http://lightsunderlouisville.com/#/.

 

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Festival of Trees and Lights

As the holidays quickly begin to approach, there are so many fun events to help get you in the spirit. One of my favorites is the Festival of Trees and Lights at Louisville Slugger Field. The festival begins Friday at 10:00 am and runs through the weekend.

Guests are able to browse the beautiful display of decor, trees and wreaths with sales proceeds helping to raise funds for Norton Children’s Hospital. Many of the activities including; crafts, cookie decorating, dreidel game and temporary tattoos are free with admission while some do require an additional fee.

On Friday night guests are treated to a firework show over Slugger Field along with complimentary hot chocolate and cider. 



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Pumpkin Smash at the Louisville Zoo

Photo credit: louisvillezoo.org

The Louisville Zoo has wrapped up “The World’s Largest Halloween Party!” presented by Meijer, leaving behind hundreds of decorated pumpkins. So they have decided to put them to good use! This Sunday, November 4th from 10:30am-3:00pm, you and your family can watch as the animals in the zoo get to enjoy the pumpkins! This kind of animal enrichment improves the health and happiness of the animal residents at the zoo. Watch as they explore, play with, and eat the pumpkins, bringing a satisfying end to the Halloween holiday! 

Photo credit: louisvillezoo.org

To learn more, and to see other upcoming events at the Louisville Zoo, visit https://louisvillezoo.org/events.  

To keep up with other events around Louisville, and stay up-to-date on Louisville real estate, be sure to follow our Family Realty facebook page and visit us at www.viewlouisvillehomes.com .

Photo credit: louisvillezoo.org

Photos and information from Louisvillezoo.org

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Breeders Cup 2018

The 35th Breeders’ Cup is being held this weekend at Churchill Downs for the ninth time since the event began back in 1982. What once started as a single day of racing, now stretches over 2 days and this year features 14 races, a record 221 horse entries, and $30 million in prize money.

The Breeders’ Cup has been dubbed the “Super Bowl” of horse racing. With ticket prices ranging from $60 for 2 day general admission pass to $4,750 for the 2 day package in The Mansion, there is something for everyone no matter your budget.

Not able to make it out to Churchill Downs, don’t worry the races will be broadcast on Wave 3(locally), NBCSN, TVG, and NBC. Check your cable provider for exact schedule. Looking for a sure bet, contact Family Realty if you are looking to buy or sell.

 

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Halloween on Hillcrest

Halloween on Hillcrest is a spooky and delightful tradition on Hillcrest Avenue, in the Crescent Hill neighborhood. Each year residents of Hillcrest spend tons of their time and money on extravagant decorations, making the street come alive with the spirit of Halloween. Some residents have displays that are consistent from year to year, while others come up with new themes every year. During the month of October, an estimated 75,000+ visitors from near and far make it a point to drive to Hillcrest Avenue and walk up and down the street to see the what scary surprises are in store.

On the big day, the street will be blocked off to traffic, and Hillcrest Avenue will be flooded with Trick-or-Treaters, with on average between 2,500 to 3,000 children.  This year, Trick-or-Treating will take place on October 31st from 5pm to 9pm, rain or shine. The residents of Hillcrest Avenue participate in this spectacular event on a voluntary basis, and generously provide candy to all of the Trick-or-Treaters out of their own pockets. Halloween on Hillcrest is a wonderful example of neighbors coming together to bring joy to the community, which is yet another reason that we at Family Realty are so proud to be Louisvillians.

See the Halloween on Hillcrest website for more information, and to check out your #HillcrestSelfie    http://www.hillcresthalloween.com/

Visit Family Realty to see homes for sale in the Crescent Hill neighborhood, as well as all over the Louisville Metro area. 

Photo and information source: hillcresthalloween.com

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Kentucky State Fair is almost here!

the Kentucky State Fair is almost here!

August 16-26, 2018

The Kentucky State Fair is just around the corner! Whether it is a yearly tradition for you to go, or you have never been before, this is an event you don’t want to miss.

Enjoy classic the classic fair food, or some of the more outrageous options, such as the famous “Donut Burger.”

There are rides and games galore for everyone in the family!

You will love watching the dog show and the horse show. There is also a vast array of farm animals that you can see, learn about, and even pet!

Here is what the Kentucky State Fair has to say:

“Colossal cattle, trotting horses, handcrafted heirlooms, flashy games, novelty foods, and dizzying rides—these are the constants of the Kentucky State Fair. They are the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes that the visitors to the Fair encountered in 1902 and they are still a major part of the fair experience today, more than one hundred years later. But the other constant thread documented throughout the history of the Fair is change. Kentucky State Fair history encompasses Kentucky’s growth and change in communication, transportation, technology and popular culture. Fair history reflects the challenges we have faced over the past century: to fight war and disease, to shift from rural toward increasingly more urban, to advance human rights and to grow more prosperous. The Fair has become the training ground, the testing site, and the public showcase for the Commonwealth’s progress. To borrow a promotional phrase used throughout the early decades of Fair history, the Fair is Kentucky Proud.”

To stay up-to-date on everything related to the Kentucky State Fair, visit their website: www.kystatefair.org

 

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New Year's Eve Celebration Locations Louisville

New Year’s Eve is almost here. Many of you are probably wondering how to ring in the New Year. So we thought we’d compile a brief list of some of the events available around Louisville looking to propel you into 2018.

 

NYE Live is dubbed Louisville’s “biggest party event”. It is situated Downtown at 4th Street Live. This year there will be live music, a confetti cannon, food and video of the ball drop. Ticket prices vary depending on your package but include food and beverages.

 

The Galt House is hosting two New Year’s Eve Parties. The first is a James Bond themed party hosted in the Grand Ballroom on Sunday, December 31, 8PM—2AM. There will be entertainment by the Louisville Crashers.

 

The second is a Blackout Affair hosted in the Archibald Cochran Ballroom on Sunday, December 31, 9PM—2AM with entertainment provided by ENCORE. Ticket prices vary and overnight accommodation packages are available some including brunch on the 1st.

 

The Goat Louisville is also hosting a New Year’s Eve party, which apparently is going to be a stylish affair. There will be live music, food, and beverages. Ticket purchase is a must. Tickets are $70 and include dinner starting at 7pm, or $50 without dinner starting at 9pm.

 

Whatever you decide to do this New Year’s Eve we hope you have a safe and fun time with family and friends. For us at Family Realty we finish up our real estate Louisville business for 2017 and prepare for 2018. But we do make sure to pause for some fun with family and friends. 

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Merry Christmas Louisville

Merry Christmas! It is finally here. By this stage I am sure there are gifts lying under the tree, or more likely torn open wrapping and boxes. Many have or will be about to sing many Christmas carols. Others are firing up their kitchens ready to bring out a feast.

 

Children look forward to a day of playing with toys while we adults look forward to eating and taking an afternoon nap. Christmas is celebrated around the world and is celebrated in many ways by so many people. 

 

Christmas is a day to spend with family and friends celebrating and sharing gifts, time, and laughs. We also acknowledge that this Christmas might be a sad/happy one as one thinks of family and friends who are no longer with us while enjoying those that still are.

 

We at Family Realty want to say too all of you and especially those we have worked with closely over this year that our thoughts are with you. We hope you have a wonderful day and we look forward to seeing you in the New Year. We consider it a gift to be a part of real estate in Louisville because we love Louisville.

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Christmas Events Part 3: Ice Skating and Safaris for Christmas?

Last night I took the family to enjoy the Lights under Louisville which I mentioned in our first Christmas blog of this season. While our kids watched the lights we watched our kids smiling, pointing, and saying, “Cool! Awesome!” Sipping hot chocolate and nibbling on chocolate chip cookies rounded out this special Christmas memory for our family.

We hope today’s blog helps you make Christmas memories with your friends and family this season. Today we want to highlight one very traditional Christmas activity and one not so traditional Christmas activity.

With the first snow of the season falling this last weekend in and around Louisville the Holiday Ice Rink at Holiday Square at 4th and Jefferson seems like the perfect event to highlight. The ice rink features real ice and is set up just for the Christmas season, November 23rd – January 1st.

Prices vary from $9-$12 depending on duration and skate rental inclusion. Tickets can be bought and skates can be hired on site. The rink is open from 4pm-10pm Monday through Thursday, with longer hours Friday-Saturday, and shorter hours on Sunday. For more detailed information you should check their website here.

The second event is a Louisville favorite attraction but a unique Christmas event. The Louisville Zoo will be hosting their last Santa’s Safari for the season this Saturday and Sunday. There are three sessions: 10am, 12pm, and 2pm. Tickets can must be purchased online.

This event looks like lots of fun. Santa Clause will read stories, you will sing songs, and elves will help you create some great Christmas crafts. Holiday goodies and drinks will also be served by Mrs. Clause herself. You will also be able to take your photo with Santa. The event ends with a tour of the heated animal enclosures where you are able to interact with Zoo staff.

So whether you want to go to the North Pole and skate or take a Safari with Santa, you can do it all in Louisville. If you’d also like to sprinkle in some real estate Louisville to your holiday plans, Scott Boehnlein of Family Realty would love to help you.

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Christmas Events Part 2: Horses and Christmas?

Christmas in Kentucky continues! And Family Realty is loving it! Ask anyone around the US or even the world to name the first thing that pops in their mind when they think of Kentucky and I bet most people would say, “The Kentucky Derby”. But what could the Derby have to do with Christmas?

Well the Kentucky Derby Museum is hosting a “Cakes with Kris Kringle” event this Saturday December 9th. The event has two seating times, one from 8:30am-10am, the other from 10:30am-12:00pm. You need to purchase tickets to the event which are available on their website.

During the event you will enjoy delicious pancakes. You will also be able to frequent the hot chocolate bar, get your photo taken with Santa, have a story read to you by Mrs. Claus, participate in an ornament workshop, and meet a miniature horse plus lots more.

This event is hosted by the Kentucky Derby Museum adjacent to Churchill Downs. The Museum was fully renovated in 2010. The neighborhoods surrounding Churchill Downs include Parkway Village, Wyandotte, Wilder Park, and of course U of L.

If you need any more neighborhood information, what your house is worth, buyer and seller programs or anything regarding real estate Louisville please contact Scott Boehnlein of Family Realty. We love Louisville and we are loving Christmas in Louisville. We hope you are too. 

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Christmas Events Part 1: Underground Light Extravaganza

The holiday season is in full swing and Christmas is only 24 days away (who’s counting?). The colder weather has certainly made an appearance. This morning I was met by a glittering wonderland as the frost clung to everything in sight and sparkled in the sunrise.

With the Christmas season there is lots to do with family and friends in and around Louisville. We at Family Realty don’t only love real estate Louisville, but love Louisville itself. So over the next few weeks we’ll highlight some great Louisville Christmas activities available this season.

We thought we’d start this series highlighting the most uniquely Louisville Christmas event: Lights under Louisville. Louisville is home to the Mega Cavern, a 4 000 000 Sq Ft former lime stone mine. Mega Cavern has several underground adventures including zip lines and bike trails. But over Christmas it hosts the largest underground light display in the world.

According to their website there are “over 850 lit characters with over 3,000,000 points of light” which you can view from the comfort of your own car as you travel the 17 mile track underground. This 30 or so minute drive is a spectacular light display for the whole family.

Lights under Louisville charges one price for a whole car and is open every night of the week until December 31st. They also offer a few promos and special events on their website. One of them is a dinner at Louisville Zoo nearby and a free VIP pass to the lights.

Part of the Mega Cavern is situated under the Louisville Zoo which is in the Poplar Hills neighborhood. This neighborhood lies alongside two other neighborhoods namely Audubon Park and Strathmoor Village. There is a good amount of green space in these neighborhoods including Creason Park and Audubon Country Club.

If you have any real estate needs this holiday season Family Realty would love to help. If so contact Scott Boehnlein or any one of our dedicated agents. We are here to help you with real estate Louisville, but also hope to help you with your Christmas fun in these blogs.

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Thankful At Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is here! In our house the ingredients are already bought. Some are chilling in the fridge. Others are hanging in the pantry. All are awaiting their assembly, basting, and cooking on Thursday morning.

 

Once prepared friends and family will begin to arrive, the noise level in the house will begin to increase, and so will the corny dad jokes. There will hugging, laughing, old stories and new ones. Final touches will be made to the table and the turkey.

 

Silence will be called for, a blessing given, and then the food will be set upon from all angles. Meat, mashed potatoes, gravy, green bean casserole, and much more will we passed over and under each other. Personally I cannot wait.

 

But once our plates are empty and our bellies full another silence will be called. In our family this is the time to give thanks. We all take a turn to share the things that we are thankful for from the year just passed.

 

With family and friends though there is no escaping realty. We know when we’ve gone through a rough year or a difficult season. But even then we always find something significant to be thankful for. Yes even sometimes being thankful for the difficulty and all it taught us.

 

So with that in mind Family Realty would like to say thank you. We are thankful for our clients who put their trust in us. We are thankful for our team who works with diligence and professionalism. We are thankful for all our partners in real estate who help us serve our clients. We are thankful we live in such a great country and city and get to do what we do.

 

We at Family Realty hope you have a great thanksgiving and are encouraged from what you and your family can be thankful for. 

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Family Realty At SBTS Preview Day

Family Realty had the pleasure of attending the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Preview Day. Our goal was to meet prospective students relocating themselves and their families to Louisville and help them in any way we can. 

Knowing that relocating to a new city can be difficult we see the continual need for offering support to singles and families making this transition every semester. When you move to a new city it is hard to know who to trust, what areas are good for families, and what areas are good to invest in. You have lots of questions which we hope to provide answers too. Even if it is, "Where is a good dentist or doctor?"

We are also aware many students move to the seminary expecting to be here for only a couple years so they rent. Or they choose to rent for convenience and uncertainty of the market or areas. However many go on to find they will be in Louisville for a longer than they initially thought and so there housing needs change.

We hope to offer continual help, information, and peace of mind to prospective and current students. We had a great time at the SBTS Preview Day and were hosted with excellence. If you need any information or have any questions about Real Estate Louisville please contact Scott Boehnlein or one of our other agents at Family Realty.

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Selling Your House When You Have a Dog: 4 Tips for Homeowners

Your pet is a cherished member of the family. He spends his days lounging indoors, cuddles up on the sofa with you, and greets your visitors with gusto. But no matter how much you love your four-legged friend’s personality, prospective home buyers might not feel the same. Make sure your dog doesn’t hurt your home-selling efforts by following these helpful tips.

1. Remove All Signs of Your Dog

As a dog owner, you may hardly notice the little signs of your pet’s presence. Whether it’s a little pet hair on the sofa, a toy left in a corner, or scratches on hardwood floors, these things become a fact of life when you have a dog. However, prospective buyers will likely notice the little details you overlook. And for people who associate indoor pets with uncleanliness, the sale may not recover.

 As you stage your home, pay special attention to pet-related damage, messes, and clutter. On top of repairing pet damage, you should clean pet waste out of the yard, remove pet hair from furniture, and stash all toys, food dishes, pet beds, and other signs of your pet’s presence before each showing.

2. Eliminate Pet Odors

People who don’t own dogs always seem to know when a home contains one. Keep unpleasant pet odors from sabotaging your home sale by having rugs and furniture professionally cleaned and laundering your linens and curtains. If an odor is strong and enzyme cleaners won’t remove it, you may need to replace the soiled item entirely.

When a showing is scheduled, make an extra effort to make your home smell fresh, but avoid relying on chemical air fresheners that could irritate sensitive individuals. Instead, opt for clean, simple scents like orange, jasmine, or cedar, and use them judiciously.

3. Keep Your Dog Away During Showings

Having a pet in the home makes showings more complicated. Since visitors want to see every part of your home, shutting the dog in a spare room or the backyard isn’t an option. If your dog is a barker, he could disrupt the showing. And no matter how well-behaved your dog is, letting him roam free simply isn’t an option. People could have allergies or be afraid of dogs, and people wandering in and out create opportunities for your pet to escape.

Instead of compromising the sale of your home, make arrangements for your dog to be elsewhere during showings. If it’s a quick viewing and you have the spare time, a long walk around the neighborhood could keep your pup out of the realtor’s hair for long enough. You can take the opportunity to check out local dog-friendly businesses like Molly Malones for a bite to eat, Iroquois Park or the Louisville Riverwalk to stretch your legs, or The Comfy Cow to grab a frozen treat for you and your pup. However, if you have a long day of house showings, sending your pooch to doggy daycare is a better choice.

4. Board Your Dog During the Move

Keeping your dog out of the house on moving day isn’t just for the movers’ sake — although they’ll certainly appreciate not being barked at or tripping over a dog. Boarding your dog or hiring a pet sitter during the busiest part of the move also spares him the stress of seeing you pack up your home and ensures he isn’t let outside unsupervised. Another perk? When your professional movers can navigate your home freely, they’ll get the job done faster so you can enjoy a lower moving bill.

You may put dog ownership squarely in the “pro” column, but not everyone sees it the same way. In fact, some people believe a dog’s very presence reduces a home’s value. Help buyers see your home’s true value by keeping your pet out of the picture during the selling process.

Contributor Medina James of Dog EtiquetteImage via Unsplash. If you would like any help with your realty needs please contact us at Family Realty.

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Kentucky 'Deliciousness' in Louisville

"Isn't Louisville known for their BBQ?" a friend asked last weekend as we were deciding where to get dinner. They were visiting us from Florida, so naturally we wanted to take them to one of Louisville's great restaurants. Once they said BBQ we knew exactly where we were going, Momma's Mustard, Pickles and BBQ

Even though it was a Sunday evening they were fill and sat us in their second level seating area. We received our drinks, started to peruse the menu and were immediately in a BBQ conundrum...everything sounds amazing how do we choose? Our server came to the rescue with some helpful insights. He pointed out the wings were featured on "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives", they use a Kansas dry rub with BBQ sauce on the side (not actually needed as the dry rub is so delicious), and that 1% of our order will be matched by Momma's and the 2% would be donated to local charities.

Armed with the afformentioned insights I ordered the pulled pork sandwich, three of our crew ordered the wings, one of the guys ordered the burnt ends, and one of the ladies ordered the slider sampler! In no time at all our plates arrived brimming with meat, mac 'n cheese, french fries, and green beans. The conversation paused and a silence took over our table as our taste buds were delighted by some of the best BBQ we have ever tasted. As we shared our enthusiatic endorsment of what we ordered, one of the ladies said, "I know why those wings were on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives." 

So you're hungry right now, no doubt. Head over to Momma's Mustard, Pickles, and BBQ. They have two locations, one in St Matthews, the other on Hursteborne Pkwy. We dined at their St Matthews location (102 Bauer Ave). St Matthews is an ideal Louisville neighborhood. It features many authentic restaurants, great shopping, and super parks. The Mall St Matthews is probably the first mall that comes to mind when thinking of Louisville shopping, but St Matthews also features a second great mall, Oxmoor Center.

Homes in St Matthews are of diverse architectural styles. They range from charming Cape Cod style homes to Craftsman Bungalows, Tudors and mid-century ranches. If you are interested in moving into St Matthews we would love to help you find a home in this great area. Please contact Scott Boehnlein or any of our agents at Family Realty.

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Cool Off Your Summer Scrumptiously

One of the first things I ever ate in Lousville was an ice pop. Not just any ice pop, but a Steel City Pop! Even though it was the beginning of winter at the time I demolished that ice pop. How much more now that Summer is in full swing. Steel City Pops was started by Jim Watkins with much help from his family and friends. 

Steel City Pops was birthed out of Jim's lifelong dream to own a restaurant. At age 40 he quit his job and began researching as much as he could about restaurant ownership while also developing recipes with his mom. He acknowledges the immense support and help of his wife and four sons in the development and running of their first ever restaurant. Steel City Pops now has 8 locations around the country.

They serve scrumptious ice pops made with only all natural or certified organic ingredients, never using artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. Some of their fruity flavors include blood orange, cucmber lime, lavender lemonade, passion fruit, and lime. If you would prefer a creamier option they also have flavors that include but are not limited to Avocado, Buttermilk, Chocolate, Chocolate Chili, and Coconut.

As well as giving us great tasting pops they also give back to communities around the world. They give back globally to help provide water to places that don't have clean drinking water. They also give back locally to help those with disabilities and special needs.

Steel City Pops in Louisville is located on Bardstown Rd in the Highlands. The Highlands started as a suburb, but is now one of the most desirable areas to live in Louisville. A prominent feature of the Highlands is its grand Victorian homes and craftsman bungalows. Cherokee Park with its many trails, playgrounds, and picnic spots is also located in the Highlands. But probably the most well known feature of the Highlands is its many eclectic and authentic restaurants, especially along Bardstown Rd.

If you are intersted in moving to the Highlands we would love to help you find a new home. Or if you are wanting to sell your home in the Highlands or anywhere in Louisville we would love to help you. Real estate Louisville is what we know. Please contact Family Realty and speak with Scott Boehnlein or any of our agents

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