Fabulous Victorian rehabbed by nation's leading historic preservationists! Live, touch, and experience one of Louisville's most popular and prestigious Victorian neighborhoods? the Original Highlands which had its first large mansion built in . OWN a real authentic Victorian home that is nearly 130 years old. While the first Kentucky Derby was 139 years ago, the Painted Lady was built four years later and has been the subject of news stories in the New York Times, USA Today ,a piece in the New York Times in . And in the book, Invisible City.The house has also been featured as the "house of the week" and perhaps house of the year. It was also the site of the major motion picture The Song, the story of a rock star who had it all, including the "Painted Lady." The house has a very versatile floor plan (which can be set up a number of ways) 4 full bedrooms, library in the foyer, living room, dining room and family room; high ceilings, wood floors, four fireplaces, exposed brick, lots of sunlight (with bay windows to capture sun in the front and on sides during cold winters) along with numerous updates including zone cooling, modern kitchen (with a unique customized kitchen counter made of small stones!), 2 full bathrooms (custom master bathroom with Jacuzzi), pool table & dart room, and two decks (one elevated on the rear) and fully fenced yard! The Painted Lady is bursting with character and personality. Eachroom is decorated with bright pastel colors. You can't beat thelocation, neighborhood or home. Indeed, this is Louisville's mostpopular and beloved neighborhood known for its picturesque historicarchitecture. Visitors here are not only walking distance of gonzowriter Hunter Thompson's childhood home but walking distance toLouisville's most popular four star restaurants from around the world and the best nightlife for locals. Why live anywhere else when you can get such a great home and neighborhood?