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The Best in Homes

This month, we recognized those in the community who excel at what they do in the inaugural Bestie Awards. Based on the votes of our readers, we gave (symbolic) crowns to more than 100 individuals, businesses and organizations. As the winner of Best Real Estate Agent, Terri Bass feels incredibly thankful for the acknowledgment and looks forward to what the next year has in store..

Pride at the Museum

For more than 10 years, the LGBT Center at the University of Louisville has provided support, educational resources and advocacy to UofL students and the community at large. Each day, the staff works to strengthen and sustain an inclusive campus community and welcome people of all sexual orientations, gender identities and gender expressions.

Prestigious Properties: 1434 Cherokee Road

Built in 1913, all of the amazing workmanship that was customary of the fine homes built along Cherokee Park during that time is still present and beautifully preserved in this historic home. The design elements include intricate inlaid herringbone hardwood floors, unique coffered ceilings, massive pocket doors, leaded glass-stained windows and elaborate moldings and millwork throughout.

A Home with Heart

On Feb. 28, a small group of people came together to celebrate a very large gift. Thanks to the generosity of the late Maurice Brown and Joe Brandt, Boys & Girls Haven has received a donation of $632,027.42 that will go toward serving some of the city’s neediest children. Brown and Brandt shared a home at 1304 Cherokee Road and upon their passing wanted the proceeds of the home’s sale to go directly to Boys & Girls Haven.

How you know you've found a winning team

I spent my first three years in real estate at a small, boutique agency. But when Sotheby’s International Realty came to the Louisville market, I immediately knew that was where I wanted to be.

This Glenview home is custom-built for aging-in-place and entertaining

Gracie meows and pitter-patters about, looking for someone to stroke her light gray fur. Terri and Steve Bass give her and their other rescue cat, Milo, free reign of almost every inch in this 6,900-square-foot home in the Glenview neighborhood of Louisville.

A Declaratory Statement of Singular Style

Layers of intrigue unveil themselves as glamour and elegance coalesce in a kaleidoscope of stunning architecture and interior design at Terri and Steve Bass’ home. Situated on three-and-a-half acres in Glenview, the New England-style home, built in 2014, is an orchestration of builder Mark Campisano and Partners, architect Fran Scott, draftsman Doug Surgeon and designer Jackie Richardson of Rich Interiors.

Terri Bass of Lenihan Sotheby’s: FACES of Louisville

The real estate market is very strong in Louisville, and the demand for houses is high. That means that the top realtor in Louisville is extremely busy. Who would have thought that Terri Bass has only been in this business for 10 years?

Louisville Gay Realtor & Gay Real Estate

erri has been the #1 Sales Associate for Lenihan Sotheby's International Realty for 5 years, and #1 in the city selling homes over $500,000. She has over 20 years of marketing experience along with tremendous knowledge and enthusiasm for Louisville real estate. She offers her clients a steady hand and strives to make every transaction smooth and stress-free.

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Terri Bass Team will always strive to exceed the expectations of their clients and offers exceptional skills to market your property and artfully connect clients to the home of their dreams.​