Apartments in Andover -- Home to Family-Friendly Fun
On Lexington's southeastern side -- in between Todds Road, Hays Boulevard, Jacobson Park, and Mapleleaf Park -- you'll find Andover Hills. At last count, less than a thousand people called this neighborhood home, so it's certainly quieter than other parts of Lexington.
But peace and quiet aside, why else should you rent an apartment in Andover Hills?
- It's family friendly
On average, there tend to be more families with kids in Andover Hills than there are in Lexington as a whole. So, if you're looking for a neighborhood that feels like a suburb -- but is still close to the heart of a major city -- you'll love it here!
And, thanks to the two major parks that call this neighborhood home, you'll have plenty of room to get the entire family out to spend some quality time with Mother Nature. You can even let Fido in on the action, since Jacobson Park has a large dog park. There's also a boat dock at Jacobson Park, so if you want to leave the stresses of dry land behind, it's easy to do!
- There's a wide variety of schools
If your kids will be living in your Andover Hills apartment with you, you'll be happy to learn that this area is home to a ton of good schools. There are a number of public schools that serve this area, so you won't have to worry about the classrooms being too crowded. Or, if you'd rather send your kids to private school, there are several nearby -- some with a religious affiliation, and some that are non-denominational.
- You won't have to travel far to get your errands done
Because it sits so close to I-75, it will be easy to get from your Andover Hills apartment to Hamburg Pavilion. Or, head west of your front door to Richmond Road, and you'll have miles of stores to choose from. And, because Man O War Boulevard isn't too far away, you'll have an easy way to head west over to the Fayette Mall and The Mall at Lexington Green.
- You'll be able to enjoy countless days on the golf course
If you love playing 18 holes, you'll love living in an apartment in Andover Hills! That's because all 185 acres of Lakeside Golf Course sit right in the middle of this neighborhood, and unlike other golf courses in upscale neighborhoods, this one is open to the public. You'll have to reserve a tee time in advance, but you won't have to worry about expensive membership dues. In fact, you can play 18 holes here for only about $20!
This is an excellent area of Lexington, located just on the south-eastern edge. Super convenient for access to downtown and all kinds of shopping and restaurants. The neighborhood offers houses and apartments in many price ranges. Excellent schools, golf and yet still maintains the lush Kentucky landscape. You can also hop onto Interstate 75 and 64 within minutes.
Apartments in Area:
1 to 3 BDRM
$796 to $1148
1 to 3 BDRM
$759 to $1269