Located right outside of Louisville, Kentucky, in Jefferson County, Worthington Hills is a lovely bedroom community that is great for families and commuters. In 1980, it became its own incorporated town. Covering only 0.3 square miles and having a population just under 1,500 residents, Worthington Hills combines the convenience of a great location near plenty of amenities while still having the safety, great schools, and peace and quiet associated with small town living.
Purchasing a home in this community is an excellent investment. With a median resident and homeowner age of only 31 years old, Worthington Hills is a draw for young families, and it has been since its incorporation. The amount of residences has slowly but steadily grown, while the home values have performed on par and above the state average. Per capita income and home values are also well above state average.
Families seeking a home in a good school district will be pleased with the options in and near Worthington Hills. As part of the Jefferson County Public Schools, there are many excellent schools in the system. The assigned schools for Worthington Hills residents are Chancey Elementary School, Westport Middle School, and Eastern High School. Eastern High School receives excellent ratings from families, the state of Kentucky, and also through the GreatSchools.org website. The Great Schools website has it rated an 8 due to the combination of test scores, academic growth, and college preparedness! There are also several excellent private and parochial schools nearby, too.
Worthington Hills is conveniently located to Interstate 71, Westport Road, and Chamberlain Lane, allowing you to get anywhere you need to go with ease, and it borders the communities of Coldstream and Fincastle. If you enjoy outdoor activities, you will enjoy the close proximity to Tom Sawyer State Park. There is also conveniently located shopping, restaurants, and medical facilities.