Explore the Beaumont Neighborhood in Lexington Ky

There’s a popular new restaurant that opened late last year in the Beaumont neighborhood. BRU Burger Bar specializes in hamburgers with many creative combinations to choose from including Garlic Three Cheese, Kentucky Bourbon, and an Ahi Tuna burger. Blazing Saddles is hot and spicy and The End includes a fried egg. Salads and appetizers are on the menu also and the restaurant has a full bar. BRU is in the Beaumont Center and can accommodate 180 diners in its 5400 square foot space. The first BRU opened in Indianapolis in 2011 and this is only the second BRU. How lucky are we here in Lexington to be chosen as a hot spot for this emerging restaurant chain!

The Beaumont neighborhood is a popular choice for Lexington residents. Not only would you be able to walk to BRU and the many other restaurants, banks, and shopping in the Beaumont Center, you’d also be close to the acclaimed Rosa Parks Elementary School. Harrodsburg Road is the main artery and leads to downtown, just four miles away. New Circle Road, the ring road encircling Lexington is also nearby, making all of town easily accessible.

Beaumont has over 1200 homes, townhouses and apartments all connected with each other and the shopping center via scenic walking paths. Subdivisions in the area include Beaumont, Beaumont Arbor, Beaumont Crossing, Beaumont Enclave, Beaumont Gardens, Beaumont Park, Beaumont Point, Beaumont Reserve, and Beaumont Sanctuary. Homes for sale in these Beaumont neighborhoods range from $134,000 to $945,000. Contact me to learn more about these listings or any other home for sale in Lexington Ky. Check out the Beaumont homes on the current real estate market in Lexington: 

Lexington Ky is always #1 in my book! Whether you want to buy a downtown condo, a custom walkout ranch on a golf course, or a horse farm in the country, I can help find the perfect home for you – as well as help you sell your home. In addition to Lexington Real Estate, I specialize in the nearby towns of Paris, Midway, Georgetown, and Versailles.

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