Prospect, Kentucky, is approximately 14 miles northeast of Louisville. Amenities of this wealthy community include a country club and golf courses.
Prospect's luxury homes on 5 acres offer a variety of amenities indoors and outdoors. Indoor amenities may include libraries, wine cellars or game rooms. Outdoor kitchens, fireplaces and pools are some of the outdoor amenities. Other houses for sale in Prospect have amenities such as finished basements, decks and large yards.
The Hunting Creek Country Club has an 18-hole golf course, tennis courts, a swimming pool and a clubhouse. Members can have lunch or dinner in the club's dining area. They can enjoy cocktails in the outside dining area overlooking the golf course. Golfers can also play at the Nevel Meade Golf Course or the Sleepy Hollow Golf Course
People who like outdoor recreation can go hiking or fishing at Harrods Creek Park. There are places for picnicking at Little Hunting Creek Park.
The Museum Row on Main in Louisville is approximately 12 miles from Prospect. Attractions here include the Frazier History Museum, the Kentucky Science Center and the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts. The Louisville Zoo is approximately 12 miles from Prospect.
Prospect has a supermarket and specialty stores. The department stores, specialty stores and restaurants at Oxmoor Center in Louisville are approximately 8 miles from Prospect.
Seafood, steak, pizza and Mediterranean food are a few of the types of food available at Prospect's restaurants.
The Transit Authority of River City operates a bus route in Prospect. Prospect residents can commute to work in downtown Louisville on an express bus. Louisville International Airport is approximately 19 miles from Prospect.
Prospect's public schools are part of Oldham County Schools. This district is ranked as one of the top districts in Kentucky. Elementary school students who live in Prospect attend Goshen Elementary in Prospect or Harmony Elementary in Goshen. Older students attend North Oldham Middle or North Oldham High. Both schools are in Goshen. Students at North Oldham High are above the Kentucky average in college readiness.