LimeRidge, Inspired by a Belgian Country Estate Asks $7.65M in Louisville, Kentucky

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LimeRidge, Inspired by a Belgian Country Estate Asks $7.65M in Louisville, Kentucky

$7,650,000 | Built 2012 | 15,865 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 7.5+ Baths | 10.45 Acres
3758 Upper River Rd, Louisville, KY 40207

Welcome to LimeRidge, a magnificent 15,865 square foot manor that offers an unparalleled level of luxury and elegance. LimeRidge, inspired by a Belgian country estate, was masterfully built in 2012 on a sprawling 10.45 acre property in Louisville, Kentucky. From the soaring ceilings to the custom winding staircase, no expense was spared in its construction. Enjoy panoramic views from the walls of windows that flood the home with natural light. LimeRidge boasts a chef’s kitchen, a butler’s pantry, a two-story formal living room, a keeping room, a large dining room, a bar, and three offices. The walk-out lower level is a sprawling 4,700 square feet, complete with a full bar, walk-in wine cellar, gym, and sauna. Outside, you’ll find a gated drive, motor court, and two separate 3-car garages, one of which serves as a multifunctional sports court with basketball, volleyball, pickleball, and more. With a price tag of $7.65 million, LimeRidge is a truly exceptional home that is not to be missed.

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From the listing: Surrounded by 10+ lushly landscaped acres with sweeping views of the Ohio River Valley, a residence of this stature and sophistication is a rare find. LimeRidge, inspired by a Belgian country estate, captivates from every angle. As you pass through the property gate, it is evident that no expense was spared in creating this exceptional indoor-outdoor retreat. An expansive open floor plan with walls of windows maximizes the panoramic views and sets up perfectly for large scale entertaining or everyday living. Walking through the front doors, you will be welcomed by soaring ceilings and a grand staircase. Through the foyer you will find a two-story formal living room overlooking the flat back yard with stunning infinity edge pool. Continuing your tour through the first level you will find a kitchen in which a chef would want for nothing, a large butler’s pantry, comfortable and spacious keeping room, expansive dining room, bar, three offices, mud room and a luxurious secondary primary suite. 

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Upstairs you’ll find the spacious primary suite a welcome retreat with beautiful views of the river from the private terrace, dual full bathrooms, and stunning custom walk-in closets. A family room, 3 additional bedrooms, all well-appointed with large closets and gorgeous bathrooms, second laundry room and separate guest apartment outfitted with a living space, full kitchen, bedroom, and full bathroom complete the second floor. The walk-out lower level is an entertainer’s delight with over 4,700 square feet of living space. Featuring large rooms and tall ceilings, you’ll find a handsome full bar, walk in wine cellar, gym, sauna, great casual living spaces, additional laundry room and two bathrooms. 

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The backyard is an oasis. Here you will find an expansive covered porch and outdoor dining area overlooking the oversized pool and hot tub, green space for children and pets to roam. In the warmer months, fishing, relaxing or reading alongside the tranquil pond will surely become a special place to unwind. Gated drive, motor court, and two separate 3 car garages, one of which serving as a multifunctional “sports court” with basketball, volleyball, pickleball and more, complete the outside. LimeRidge is a one-of-a-kind property with tremendous curb appeal, meticulous landscaping, securely located with most every amenity imaginable. Each detail inside and out has been thoroughly thought through and executed flawlessly for a timeless, elegant, and welcoming effect.


Terri Bass + Shelly & Bradley Bringardner
Bass + Bringardner | Lenihan Sotheby’s International Realty
Photography Credit: Tim Furlong

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