Hot Spots to Build in Baton Rouge: Lexington Estates

Lynch Construction Group Lexington Estates

Lynch Construction is local to Baton Rouge, Louisiana and surrounding areas. For over 17 years, we’ve been in the business of building beautiful, custom homes to serve this community. Through our years of experience, we’ve built all over town. We’re here to give you expert advice in where to build your dream home today!

Neighborhood Feature: Lexington Estates

Lexington Estates is a newer development located off of Nicholson, south of Bluebonnet. Just minutes away from the Mississippi River, this neighborhood is close in proximity to many of Baton Rouge’s hot spots- LSU Campus, Perkins Rowe, the Mall of Louisiana, and more. The location is also central to many practical needs such as access to hospitals, banks, grocery stores, etc.

Within the neighborhood are 270 acres of prime real estate, with 144 lots for beautiful, custom homes. Additionally, there are still lots available to build on. Want to see a custom built home by Lynch Construction Group inside the Lexington Estates community? Look no further.

The community is decorated with large lakes and spacious areas of greenery. The neighborhood is designed so that residents have space to stretch out, while still being in community with close neighbors.

An added benefit of this carefully planned community, is it’s close proximity to another sought after neighborhood- University Club. The U-Club offers golf, swimming, tennis and other activities to club members. Membership is available regardless of residence in the neighborhood or not.

Luxury and comfort are the standard in Lexington Estates. With estate-sized lots, careful community planning, and prime location- you can’t go wrong!

If you are looking for the perfect place to build your home, let Lynch Construction Group introduce you to a variety of areas in the metro-area that can meet your needs. Call for a free consultation today at (225) 751-8898.
 

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  1. http://Lissie says

    Can you tell me what brick was used in the photo above?

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