The Homes of Famous Louisvillians
Most people that live in our area know that lots of celebrities have come from Louisville, but have you ever wondered where in Louisville they lived? What their houses looked like? Well, we were curious so we did a little research and this is what we found.
Before Diane began her career as a weather forecaster for WHAS, before she worked for the Nixon administration, even before she became the first female correspondent of 60 Minutes, she lived in this home off Lowe Road in the St. Regis Park area. It was close to Seneca High School where she attended.
These are the before and after Louisville homes of Muhammad Ali. The left side picture is his childhood home located at 3302 Grand Street – before becoming “The Greatest”. After many years away, Ali returned to Louisville and purchased the home on the right in 2007. It’s located in Prospect in a neighborhood off US 42.
Tom was born in Syracuse, NY but spent a few years in Louisville. He lived in this home in the Highlands area near Bardstown Road while attending grade school at St. Raphael and high school at St. X.
Jennifer grew up in the east end of Louisville and lived in this home off Blankenbaker Lane while going to school nearby at Kammerer Middle School. Her parents still own the house and Jennifer is rumored to visit often.