Cloverleaf is a residential neighborhood in southwestern Louisville. Apartments for rent in Cloverleaf are conveniently located for commuters because of the neighborhood's close proximity to Route 60 and I-264, making for easy access to downtown Louisville, its surrounding neighborhoods and Indiana. Cloverleaf is far enough away from downtown Louisville to leave the chaos of city life behind, but close enough that renters still have the convenience and cultural benefits of having one of the U.S.' largest cities in their backyard.
Cloverleaf apartment rentals are located very close to one of the city's largest parks. Iroquois Park, to the south of Cloverleaf, is a monstrous green space in the city with a wide range of activities to entertain outdoorsmen and athletes of all ages. The park offers amenities found in many city parks, like basketball and tennis courts as well as playgrounds and picnic areas. But where Iroquois Park separates itself is with the archery range, disc golf course, bridle trail, catch and release fishing pond, and 2,366-seat amphitheater built by the Work Progress Administration. The 725-acre park also features walking paths and grills for keeping fit or having a cookout with the family. Near the park is the perfect place for golfers of all ages and experiences to practice their strokes. The inexpensive, public Iroquois Golf Course is great for residents to play after work or on the weekend all year long.
Apartments in Cloverleaf are part of Kentucky's Jefferson County School District, and Gutermuth Elementary School sits in the heart of Cloverleaf. Gutermuth covers the core aspects of education with a focus on computer, music and physical skills. As part of promoting healthy living, the school has exercise bikes for games and flag football and archery as part of its diverse athletic offerings. Nearby Iroquois High School Magnet Career Academy gives students an opportunity to study nontraditional subjects. Construction technology, wiring, architectural drafting, plumbing and welding are just some of the trades the high school offers. There are other traditional high schools, religious and private schools in the area too.
Downtown Louisville is only a 14-minute car ride from Cloverleaf. And, at 6.6 miles away, residents can even safely ride through residential streets on their bikes. The 54 bus can take renters to downtown or connect for access to any of the neighboring communities. Both Indianapolis, Ind., and Cincinnati, Ohio, are less than two hours away.