About Windy Hills, Kentucky

City of Historic Homes

Windy Hills takes pride in being a City of Historic Homes.  Born of rich tradition and historic lineage, the property around the area of Muddy Fork of Beargrass Creek can be traced to deeds originally issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia.  Early pioneer families from Virginia and Pennsylvania built the historic homes in Windy Hills.  The craftsmanship of these families is evident in the lovingly maintained private homes.

The city of Windy Hills was incorporated in 1952 before the Watterson Expressway conected Brownsboro and Shelbyville Roads.  The community is the result of carefully thought-out planning which respects the character and tradition of our historic homes and neighborhoods.

Today Windy Hills is a community of single-family homes, townhouses and condominiums bounded by I-264, Westport Road, North Hubbards Lane and Brownsboro Road.

As a result of our rich history and successful design, Windy Hills is a community of neighbors who know neighbors.  Local stores and restaurants are within a short walk or drive.  Award winning schools and churchers serving many different denominations are also nearby.

Take a walk through Windy Hills and experience the unique qualities that make ours a City of Historic Homes or take a virtual tour with our photo galleries.