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2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Second-level living area
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Second-level living area
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Second-level living area
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Second-level living area
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Second-level living area
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Second-level living area
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Kitchen
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Kitchen
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Siting area 2
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Dining area
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Staircase
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Master bedroom
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Bedroom 2
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Bedroom 2
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Bathroom
2525 George Rogers Clark, private rooftop deck Washer and dryer

2525 George Rogers Clark, Crescent Hill

A beautiful 1,700-square-foot condominium in a 100-year-old, fully renovated schoolhouse in the historic Crescent Hill neighborhood offers the perfect blend of historic charm and modern amenities—a perfect venue for your Derby experience. The highlight of this condominium is the private 600-square-foot rooftop deck; perfect for enjoying a mint julep after a day at the races.

  • Located in Louisville’s Crescent Hill neighborhood
  • Ideal location…
  • Literally steps from locally owned Frankfort Avenue restaurants, bars, boutiques, coffee shops, grocery, and specialty shops, and more (details below)
    • 3- to 5-minute drive or a 20-minute walk to The Highlands/Bardstown Road district (details below)
    • 5-minute drive to Downtown and NuLu District
    • 10-minute drive to Churchill Downs
  • Sleeps four to six—perfect for two couples, but can accommodate up to three couples
  • Two bedrooms, one full bath (lower level) and one half bath (upper level)
    • Master bedroom features Tempurpedic Cloud king bed with 46-inch HDTV
    • Second bedroom features queen bed with 46-inch HDTV
    • Full bath features a double-size walk-in shower and vanity
    • Loft family room with two modern L-shaped italian leather sofas and a new 65-inch Plasma HDTV with cable and Apple TV; can easily accommodate an air mattress or the sectional sofa makes into a comfortable bed-like sleep space
  • Kitchen features stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, electric stove top, espresso/coffee machine
  • Dining room seats six
  • Rooftop deck offers spectacular views of the neighborhood—perfect for morning coffee, afternoon cocktails, and relaxing under the stars; it is huge and completely private
  • Front-loading washer/dryer
  • Secure building with three entrances—plenty of lot and street parking
  • No indoor smoking or pets
  • Highlands/Bardstown Road restaurants and bars:
    • Coffee—Starbucks, Quill’s Coffee, Day’s Coffee, Heine Brothers Coffee
    • Breakfast and brunch Spots—Highland Morning, Ramsi’s, Bristol, North End Café, Baby D’s Bagels
    • Bars/pubs—O’Shea’s, Molly Malone’s, Baxter’s, Holy Grail, Highlands Tap Room Bar & Grill, Cumberland Brew, Phoenix Hill Tavern, The Back Door, Jim Porters
    • Ice cream—Le Cefiore, Lula’s, Homemade Ice Cream & Pie Kitchen
    • Quick eats ($)—Qdoba, Buffalo Wild Wings, Bunz, Mark’s Feed Store, Stevens & Stevens Deli, Baby D’s Bagels, Panera Bread
    • Casual Fare ($$)—Dragon King’s Daughter (Asian fusion); Ramsi’s (international); La Que (Thai/Vietnamese); Wild Ginger (sushi); Ditto’s (American); Kashmir (Indian); Boombozz, Wick’s, Impelizeri’s, and Bearno’s (all pizza); Sapporo (sushi)
    • Upscale ($$$)—Jack Frye’s (American), Seviche (Latin), Le Gallo Rosso (Italian), Bristol (American), Lily’s (American), Asiatique (Asian), and Uptown Café (American)
    • Boutiques and vintage shops: Bacco, Pink Door Boutique, Queen of Rags, Dot Fox, Luna, General Eccentric, Why Louisville, Wild Cherry, Hey Tiger, and more.
    • Antiques—Thirteen Thirteen, Andrew Gentile, Tin Horse, and more.
    • Grocery—Valu Market
    • Specialty Shops—J Shephard (Cigars), The Wine Market, Vault Liquors, and Highland Liquors
    • Parks—Tyler Park and  Cherokee Park
  • Frankfort Avenue:
    • Coffee—Heine Brothers (three blocks), Java Brewing Co., and Caffe Classico
    • Bars/pubs—Darkstar Tavern (two blocks), The Irish Rover, and Gerstle’s
    • Ice Cream/dessert: Homemade Pie & Ice Cream Kitchen, Comfy Cow, Sweet Surrender, Blu Dog Bakery & Cafe, and Annie May’s
    • Restaurants—Porcini, Veranese, Volare, El Mundo, Bourbons Bistro, DiFabio’s Casapela, Basa, Clifton’s Pizza, Coal’s Pizza, Boombozz Pizza, The Grape Leaf, The Silver Dollar, and Cubana
    • Wine—Vines & Canines (highly recommended), The Wine Cork
    • Many specialty shops, boutiques, galleries within walking distance.
  • Refundable damage deposit required
  • Rental agreement required
  • $1,995 for three nights—Thursday, Friday, and Saturday; $750 refundable security deposit required. Rental fee and security deposit due at contract signing.
  • To rent or for more information, please contact Scott at scottgagel@gmail.com…serious inquiries only please

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