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Monday, June 05, 2017

Hands-Only CPR

Hands-only CPR can save lives.  The American Heart Association states that "Almost 90% of people who suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrests die.  CPR, especially if performed in the first few minutes of cardiac arrest, can double or triple a person's chance of survival."  Most people who survive a cardiac emergency are helped by a bystander.    Check for responsiveness – shake the person and shout “Are you OK?” Call 9-1-1 – either tell someone to call or make the call yourself Compress - Push hard and fast in the center of the chest at a rate of 100 per minute. The victim should be ...  Read More

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Must Be This Tall To Ride

Surely, you remember being a child at an amusement park when after having stood in line with your friends and family, waiting to get on a terrific ride, you discovered the sign that read, “you must be this tall to ride.” Not only was it disappointing, it was slightly embarrassing. You never want to go through that again. A remarkably similar situation occurs when people are buying a home. After finding the right home and negotiating the contract, they find out that they don’t measure up financially.  It’s not something that anyone wants to go through if they have a choice. Regardless of what you think you ...  Read More

Middletown Homes for Sale

Founded in 1797, Middletown is located about 13 miles from downtown Louisville and is one of Kentucky’s most historic towns. According to one tradition, it takes its name from its early role as a half-way point for travelers making the trek from Louisville to Shelbyville. Bounded on the south and east by Interstate 64 and the Gene Snyder Freeway (I-265), Middletown is bounded on the north and east by the communities of Douglas Hills and Anchorage.

While the second and fifth largest shopping malls in the state – St. Matthew’s and Oxmoor Malls – are located on Shelbyville Road just a few miles outside Middletown, one need not leave this suburban community to seek shopping options there. The section of Shelbyville Road that runs through Middletown itself offers not only a myriad of shops but also a panoply of restaurants. Hurstbourne Parkway, which intersects this section of Shelbyville Road, adds even more shopping and dining options.

This relatively modern and bustling section of Middletown is only one aspect of the community, however. A quaint downtown historic district centers on the original road to Shelbyville. Now called Old Main Street, this bucolic pathway reveals Middletown’s connection to a slower and quieter past. The beautifully maintained Wetherby House was built in 1796 and operated as Davis Tavern for a long period ending in the 1870s. Today it functions as Middletown’s City Hall.

Given its connection to the past and its vibrancy in the present, Middletown offers a wide array of home sizes and types. Homes dating back to the early 19th century can be found as well as those built in the booming periods of the 1930s and 1940s and more recently. While traditional architecture is commonly found, there are also a number of Cape-Cod and Ranch styled houses in the community.

Included below are all active homes for sale in Middletown, a neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky, updated daily from the Greater Louisville MLS.

For more information on any of these Middletown homes for sale, just click the "Request More Information" button when viewing the details of that property. We will be happy to assist you with all disclosures, the home's past sales history, dates and prices of recent solds and more.

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