If you’ve been asleep like Green Day, consider this us waking you up when September ends.
The last month has been packed — from the Netflix docuseries release about Ohio Valley Wrestling to the first UofL football game of the season. Here are the three stories you all read the most, which garnered over 17K views combined.
Speed family estate in the Highlands is up for sale
This historic 6.71-acre property near Cherokee Park hit the market earlier this year for $5.25 million. The price dropped in September, but not by much, to $4.995 million. The Cold Spring Estate was built in 1867 by members of the Speed family. It includes a four-bedroom home with a solarium, a carriage house, and mature gardens.
Strange fall festivals you’ve probably never been to
We love the fall classics that happen in Louisville every year like the St. James Art Fair and Jack O’Lantern Spectacular, but we rounded-up some lesser known fests to keep things interesting. Goatman, and bats, and wooly worms, oh my!
Historic Gaffney turned into a luxury rental property
In July we found out that the long-vacant Gaffney House on River Road was being restored. After the renovation was complete, we got a tour of the property to see its new life as a short-term rental.