Lexington's Masterson Station Neighborhood Near Green Spaces And Downtown
Want to live somewhere where you can enjoy wide open green spaces yet still be close to downtown? Consider moving to the Masterson Station neighborhood in Lexington Ky. About 1400 people live in this subdivision that is less than five miles from the center of town. In fact, urban workers need only follow Main Street northwest as it becomes Leestown Road to quickly reach this area.
The subdivision borders a 660-acre equestrian park of the same name. The public park includes an equestrian center with a hunter and dressage ring, a cross-country course, and an indoor riding ring. There are 30 rental stalls and a variety of equine events held at the center each year. The park also features a dog park, football and soccer fields, a playground, and picnic shelters. Masterson Station Park is also popular with a local bicycling club which hosts weekly rides from the park as well as regular clinics for beginners.
Residents frequent the popular Townley Shopping Center on their way to or from downtown. The large retail center has an Applebee’s, Walgreen’s, a gas station, and numerous small retail shops. And there’s a Kroger grocery next door at Meadowthorpe Shopping Center. Masterson Station is also only about five minutes from New Circle Road, Lexington’s beltway that allows easy access to all parts of town.
About half the homes in the neighborhood are less than ten years old with new homes still being constructed. Homes for sale in the Masterson Station neighborhood in Lexington Ky range from $292,000 for a brand-new home to $109,000 for a six-year-old townhouse. Contact me to learn more.
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.