474 Homes For Sale in Lexington, KY

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Lexington, Kentucky, the "Horse Capital of the World," is home to many horse-racing events and horse racing courses, as well as a professional theatre and orchestra, two ballet companies, and several museums, all within its 285 square miles. In suburban areas throughout Lexington, you will find one-of-a-kind homes, historic developments with enviable architectural details, and a special geography that you can only find in Lexington.

Ashland Park is one of the oldest residential districts in Lexington, landing the neighborhood on the National Register of Historic Places. Prestigious architecture firm the Olmsted Brothers designed the unique 600-acre landscape of this community, and they created a visually stunning area with plenty of green space, mature trees, and beautiful gardens for residents and visitors alike to enjoy. More green space and nature is available at the Raven Run Nature Sanctuary, a nature preserve that runs along the Kentucky River and offers miles of hiking, running, walking, and cycling trails.

Radcliff is considered one of the safest neighborhoods in Lexington, with crime rates that are lower than other nearby areas, and it is one of the most affordable neighborhoods in the state. Radcliff also boasts attractions such as Blazers Fun Zone, Radcliff Skate Park, and Saunders Springs, where families can explore and have fun together. Another public skate park is located at Woodland Park, with over 12,000 square feet of skating paradise in the form of ramps, platforms, and pipes available for recreation and sport. With a diverse socio-economic and ethnic community, a local military base, and a nearby college, Lexington has many varied neighborhoods with homes that range from unique apartments and condos, to single-family residences and historic manors in stately locations. Countless opportunities and recreation experiences await you and your family in Lexington. Browse our available for sale listings, and you may find your own oasis right in the heart of Kentucky.