Oldham County was created in 1824 and is located east of Louisville off Interstate 71. Oldham County strives to preserve the rural character while aggressively pursuing new economic endeavors. Just minutes to downtown Louisville with interstate access from several spots in the county make this a great place to live with a relatively short commute. The award-winning school system, active youth and adult sporting opportunities and vibrant parks department (including the Aquatic Center) make Oldham County a wonderful place for people to call home.
LaGrange and Pewee Valley provide a rich history of the county with structures on the National Register of Historic Places. Crestwood has seen its share of growth in the last decade with new restaurants and shops developing along the 329 bypass leading to Interstate 71. Goshen and Prospect feature rolling hills, horse farms and quick trips to the River with several developments offering river front properties.