Ashland Park

The Ashland Park Historic District is an early 20th century residential neighborhood of primarily single-family homes. At the time of its development the district was located at the eastern edge of the city of Lexington. In 1904 the Clay family hired the architectural firm of the Olmsted Brothers to design the neighborhood to include many trees, large areas of green-space, and curving streets with few right angled intersections holding true to the Olmstead trademark. A wide variety of architectural styles can be found in Ashland Park including Colonial Revival, Craftsman, Bungalow, Tudor Revival, Dutch Colonial Revival, Prairie, Georgian Revival, Spanish Eclectic, French Eclectic, and Italian Renaissance. Ashland Park continues to be a desirable residential neighborhood.

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About Ashland Park

Welcome to Ashland Park, a beautiful historical neighborhood near the heart of Lexington. Ashland Park homes for sale are surrounded by parks, golf clubs, and evergreens; these natural spaces make for great opportunities to get close to nature and are sure to take your breath away. Those with children and those wanting to be closer to the city without forfeiting phenomenal views will fall in love with Ashland Park.

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Ashland Park real estate is made up of mostly single-family homes and the occasional estate. Some of these properties are more than one hundred years old, with a number of them built before the 1920s. These ancient gems boast all kinds of exquisite architecture, from brick exteriors to immense formal living rooms. Prices are affordable too, with most being sold around the $500,000 mark. Higher-end estates typically got for around 1 million dollars or more.

You’ll never get over the stately beauty of Ashland Park homes for sale. Backyards are typically large and filled with trees and magnificent gardens and views of the surrounding neighborhood include historical homes and forested land. Living spaces are very generous as well, with most being 5,000 square feet or more.

South Ashland Avenue is one of the most iconic areas in Ashland Park. Homes in this area are historically significant, and the avenue itself is unbelievably stunning with archways of towering trees and the peaceful melody of bird songs. It is arguably one of the most elegant areas in the neighborhood, and it’s not unheard of to sightsee and explore the street and surrounding areas.

If golf is your passion, then look no further than the Chinoe Road area. Not only is it within minutes of the Idle Hour Country Club, but you can also check out Clinton Road Park and the tree-lined streets that are ideal for quiet, pleasant walks throughout the day.

Life in Ashland Park

Ashland Park and the neighborhoods that encompass it are unique in that they are so full of natural spaces and towering trees. This makes Ashland Park one of the most private and serene places to live in Lexington, and you’re sure to forget that you’re mere minutes from the city.

When it comes to dining options, Ashland Park has got it all. Do you want a cold treat on a hot summer day? Head to Grater’s Ice Cream. Joella’s Hot Chicken is an excellent choice for a casual night out while Cole's restaurant is perfect for fine dining where southern charm and hospitality mean treating guest like family.

Please contact Turftown Properties online or call (859) 268-4663 or (888) 268-4664 to find out more about Ashland Park real estate.

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