Louisville, Kentucky area modern
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Louisville, Kentucky area modernPosted by chris poynter at July 04. 2005
Looking for modernist in the Louisville, Ky. area. Anyone out there?
Re: Louisville, Kentucky area modernPosted by Greg Beere at July 04. 2005
There is a couple that built a home in Louisville a couple of years back, I think their name was Wyatt. I did a brief search in my old issues, but could not find the exact issue. Does anyone else remember this couple? It would be nice to see how they are doing. As I remember, they had a great many problems with the city and neighbors.
Re: Louisville, Kentucky area modernPosted by chris poynter at July 04. 2005
Yes, I know of the Wyatt family and am familiar with the many problems they unforunately had with the neighborhood. Are there any others out there? BTW, Mrs. Wyatt died in an accident about a year ago.
Re: Louisville, Kentucky area modernPosted by Gregory La Vardera at July 04. 2005
If you would like to start a forum for Louisville then you should email Marshall - You will have more luck catching the attention of others if you have a Loiusville forum.
Re: Louisville, Kentucky area modernPosted by Brian Brooks at September 14. 2005
I grew up in Lousville, and a couple years back I looked into building a modern prefab house in Louisville..but because of circumstances (aka $) I wasn't able to.
Now I live in a condo in the Higlands, saving my pennies til that one day I'm able to build.
I have looked at the flatpack house http://www.flatpakhouse.com/ ...looks interesting
Re: Louisville, Kentucky area modernPosted by Jermaine Greene at September 14. 2005
I'm HERE! Live outside of the Shelbyville area, work in Frankfort. These older true moderns ARE here, but they are a hunt. Frankfort is a gem of spectacular archecticture, with even an amazing Frank Lloyd Wright house in SHOWROOM condition that I drove buy for 10 years before I realised what it was. I need to start taking picture. My dream is to buy one of these existing houses. Just found a great one in Shelbyville, too!
Re: Louisville, Kentucky area modernPosted by chris poynter at September 16. 2005
I've seen the FLWright house many times on the exterior. Would love to see the inside. Do you know who lives there?? Would be interested in knowing about the Shelbyville modern house....
Re: Louisville, Kentucky area modernPosted by Jermaine Greene at September 25. 2005
As I am interested in your Butchertown house! I plan to start taking my camera around with me and start to document these houses. I will post here, or start new blog. Soon, I may contact you on your modern designs. We're nieghbors for crying out loud:cool: Us central KY guys need to identify the existence and where abouts of these houses. BTW, no, I don't know who lives in the FLWright house, but I did go to an open house of a 50's era house that was on the market. It was awesome, but I wasn't $ready$ at the time. Now it is off the market. Which I like, as I become more and more ready as time goes on.
Re: NO comments on this house? Interesting...Posted by Jermaine Greene at September 26. 2005
Re: Louisville, Kentucky area modernPosted by Jermaine Greene at September 27. 2005
Drove to your Butchertown site today. Looks like it's going well, but very early in the game. Look foward to watching the progress, and to you replying to your own thread
Re: Louisville, Kentucky area modernPosted by chris poynter at September 28. 2005
please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. i'll give you my phone number.
Re: NO comments on this house? Interesting...Posted by chris poynter at September 28. 2005
great house. who designed it? who owns it?
btw, here is a pic of my house, on story avenue in butchertown. i built it last year and moved in in jan. 2005
my housePosted by chris poynter at September 28. 2005
Re: Louisville, Kentucky area modernPosted by Jermaine Greene at September 29. 2005
WHOA!:wacko: Your house is awesome! I'm down there for various business al the time (I don't actually live in L'ville, but in Pleasureville (spot on the map in Henry Co.)
Don't know who live in the house, but there is always LOTS of kids there. leads me to believe the misses does some day care.
I will def email you later and get your #.
More pics to come, I just have forgotten my camera since I uploaded the Shelbyville house.
Re: Louisville, Kentucky area modernPosted by Jermaine Greene at October 12. 2005
My wife and I just met Chris and partner tonight and boy, he is the real deal and so was his incredible house! TRUELY Dwell-photo-spread-worthy! Man, we're still reeling!