There’s a pretty neighborhood just ten minutes from downtown with big yards and beautiful homes. Mature shade trees line the streets in the Deepwood subdivision in Lexington Ky, not far from the 26-acre Constitution Park. Residents enjoy the best of both worlds as they are close to both downtown and horse country.
Deepwood is just three miles north of downtown which can easily be reached via North Broadway. The neighborhood is off of Old Paris Pike, which runs parallel to Broadway. North Limestone becomes this road so the return trip from the urban center is often a breeze. Old Paris Pike continues into Paris Pike, voted one of the most scenic roads in the state- passing by some of the most iconic horse farms and rolling hills of Kentucky bluegrass in the area.
Most homes in the neighborhood were built in the 50s and 60s with a mix of ranches and colonials. Many are custom-built homes that have been well-maintained and have over 3500 square feet of living space. It’s easy to find lot of a half acre or more, typically with a mature trees and thoughtful lansdcaping.If you’re buying or selling a home in Lexington Ky or moving to Lexington Ky, be sure to contact Ivan ‘Z’ Newell and the LexHomes Team for assistance with Lexington KY real estate. 'Z' and the LexHomes team members are 'Loving Lexington!" and loving to assist people in search of homes for sale, Kentucky horse farms or investment properties in Lexington, KY and surrounding areas. If you'd like more information on a real estate career with LexHomes Real Estate, we're always looking for more dedicated real estate agents! Just email us at email@example.com or call us at (859) LEX-HOME (539-4663) today!