Reasonable land costs and availability of entry-level, mid-priced and high-end homes offer newcomers some compelling reasons to settle down in Southern Indiana. Quality builders and developers are dedicated to providing the best in new home construction and design to make home ownership affordable and available in all price ranges. Many subdivisions dot the countryside in Clark, Floyd, Harrison and Scott Counties. Golf communities are popular choices, some offering patio homes, as well as estate homes.
Development can be found both in rural areas or near a city, on small lots or spacious scenic home sites.
Clark and Floyd Counties, two of the four Indiana counties that make up the Indiana portion of Greater Louisville, have their own unique identity and micro-economy. In fact, many newcomers are drawn to Southern Indiana’s affordable housing, land and easy access to the amenities of the City of Louisville. Southern Indiana’s shoreline and hills, called “knobs”, offer the most dramatic views of Louisville found anywhere in the region.
Corydon, New Albany and Jeffersonville showcase 19th Century mansions that stand stately and magnificent as a testament of this community. For those desiring the wide open spaces, farmhouses and country living fulfill their utmost dreams. Southern Indiana offers a slower pace and a friendly community atmosphere where family values can be nurtured and enjoyed. With excellent schools, both public and private, churches, shopping malls, restaurants, medical facilities, theaters, libraries, parks
and historical attractions, life is at its best in Southern Indiana.
“More for your money” is more than just a slogan - it is a fact. Housing costs in Southern Indiana have always been very favorable compared to other parts of the region.