Communities

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Andover Forest – is in the NE side of town also known as area 2 on the MLS (Multiple Listing Service).  What’s unique about this area is it ranges from the $300’s to the upper $600’s and has homes higher than that.

 

 

Autumn Ridge Subdivision Lexington Kentucky

 

Autumn Ridge – With several different styles of homes in Lexington Kentucky the Autumn Ridge subdivision you are sure to find a beautiful home here.  This subdivision was started in 1999 and has a lot of amenties right at your fingertip.  Some of the features are larger lots with mature trees in the backyard and several homes have breathe taken views of the water.  One of the reasons that Autumn Ridge is so desired is because of the schools, with the area being interstate accessible, and lots of shopping.  One of Lexington’s several parks is inside of the subdivision right off of Crimson Creek.

Not only do the styles change in Autumn Ridge but the prices do too.  The lower price range  for this area in 2010 is $129,000, the average sells price is $205,993, and the higher end of the market is $269,900.  The average days on the market for Autumn Ridge is 60-90 days but that changes a lot due to the lower price homes vs. higher price homes.  And in todays market the lower to average priced homes is what is selling.

Autumn Ridge subdivision has several schools in its district that are newer state of the art buildings. Liberty Elementary is one of the newest schools in Lexington being only 3 years old, Edythe J. Hayes Middle is one of several schools that you can choose from in middle school, and last but not least is Henry Clay is the high school that they would be attending.

 

Brighton East Subdivision Lexington Kentucky

 

Brighton East – This subdivision has a walking & bike trail that a lot of people do not know about and still has a lot of new construction homes being built in the area.  Click here for the plat plans for the subdivision

 

 

 

Masterson Station

 

Masterson Station – Masterson Station is one of the largest housing communities in Fayette county and there are 5 distinct neighborhoods in the development with more than 2000 homes sprawling 2 miles west of New Circle Road on Leestown Road.

The most distinct feature is the 659 acre park that includes horse riding stables, baseball diamonds and the largest soccer complex in the Lexington. It’s a beautiful place to picnic, take a leisurely stroll, ride bicycles or enjoy youth sports.

The Masterson Station subdivision. was developed by Jim Baker & Steve Hayden. Beginning in 1998.  I have provided you with several downloads for questions that you may have  for the By-Laws, Deed & Restrictions

It’s managed by a Neighborhood Association that not only maintains common grounds, but provides a large Pool and Clubhouse for your enjoyment. Amazingly association dues, are only $48 per year!

Masterson Station stands out in the area because it’s been the affordable choice for housing in Lexington. It’s a family oriented community with floor plans and lot configurations to fit most tastes.

It’s close to the VA hospital and hosts pre-schools, elementary, middle and high schools in the community.

There are currently over a 100 active listings.

If you looked at a map and divided Fayette county into four quadrants, Masterson Station is in the northwest (top left) quadrant #1. It provides easy access to downtown, freeways and shopping.