2189 Baringer
The Highlands
1320 Highland Avenue
The Higlands
1127 Everett Avenue
The Highlands
1510 Cherokee Road
The Highlands
2213 Grinstead Drive
The Highlands
2100 Baringer Avenue (Baringer Manor)
The Highlands
1242 Cherokee Road
The Highlands
1227 Bardstown Road
The Highlands
2109 Edgeland Avenue
The Highlands
1108 - 1112 Hilliard Avenue
1108 - 1112 Hilliard Avenue
1127 Everett Avenue
1127 Everett Avenue
1227 Bardstown Road
1227 Bardstown Road
1242 Cherokee Road
1242 Cherokee Road
1320 Highland Avenue
1320 Highland Avenue
1510 Cherokee Road
1510 Cherokee Road
2045 Douglass Boulevard
2045 Douglass Boulevard
2100 Baringer Avenue (Baringer Manor)
Baringer Manor
2109 Edgeland Avenue
2109 Edgeland Avenue
2189 Baringer Avenue
2189 Baringer Avenue
2213 Grinstead Drive
2213 Grinstead Drive
Property Rent Unit Beds Sq. Feet Floor
2109 Edgeland Avenue $744 Apartment 1 700 2
2109 Edgeland Avenue $744 Apartment 1 700 1
1242 Cherokee Road $816 Apartment 2 700 2
1242 Cherokee Road $816 Apartment 2 700 1
2100 Baringer Avenue (Baringer Manor) $995 Apartment 1 950 2
2108 Baringer Avenue (Baringer Manor) $833 Apartment 1 700
2104 Baringer Avenue (Baringer Manor) $669 Apartment 1 500 1
2213 Grinstead Drive $1189 House 3 1050 1
1510 Cherokee Road $1100 Apartment 2 1150 3
1510 Cherokee Road $1100 Apartment 2 1150 2
1510 Cherokee Road $1100 Apartment 2 1150 1
1127 Everett Avenue $800 Duplex 1 750 1
2189 Baringer Avenue $829 Apartment 2 650 1
1227 Bardstown Rd $730 House 1 700 1
1320 Highland Avenue $1030 House 1 1000 2
2189 Baringer Avenue $828 Apartment 2 650 2

The Highlands: Louisville's Main Nightlife and Restaurant District

Often referred to as “The Strip” or “Restaurant Row,” the Highlands in Louisville is best known for its eclectic local shops, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. In fact, the three mile stretch of Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue that intersects the Highlands has the highest density of bars and restaurants in Louisville.

Though the Highlands is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Louisville, it was the last area near Downtown Louisville to be urbanized. Bardstown Road was a haven for the wealthy until around 1960, when most of the neighborhood’s original residents left for the suburbs. Businesses along the street closed their doors, and homes were abandoned and destroyed. However, in the 1980s, the area began to thrive again as local oddity shops and restaurants started moving in. By the 1990s, the Highlands was well on its way to becoming what it is today--the city’s main nightlife and upscale restaurant district.