Zionsville’s Best-Kept Secret is Lexington Hall
Writer / Janelle Morrison Photography / JJ Kaplan
The pastoral countryside known as Traders Point in southern Zionsville is a historic and beautiful landscape. Nestled in this rural area is one of the town’s best-kept secrets, Lexington Hall. The Lexington Hall subdivision is located at the crossroads of Hunt Club Road and Kissel Road, across the street from the renowned Traders Point Hunt Club. Lexington Hall is just minutes from historic downtown Zionsville and local highways and interstates.
Developed by Parks Partners, LLC, Lexington Hall offers the best of both worlds for buyers who are looking for the amenities and utilities that traditional subdivisions provide and the acreage that private parcels offer.
Representing the developer is a father-daughter team, Jack Carr Boyd and Katie James, with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices-Indiana Realty. Boyd has been working with the developer since the inception of the development.
“We are the only new development in the equestrian-zoned area of Zionsville,” Boyd expressed. “Lexington Hall carries a special zoning designation that allows for property owners with the appropriate acreage (which by county standards is three acres plus) to have a horse on their property. Additionally, our covenants express that we are equestrian-friendly and out-building friendly.”
Property owners in Lexington Hall have the option to build an architecturally-approved outbuilding to house their horses or ponies or to store their RVs or other recreational vehicles including 4-wheelers, should they want to off-road around their property.
For potential buyers looking to build in Lexington Hall, the development does offer an approved builder list for buyers to interview from, but the developer is open to submissions from BAGI custom home builders who are not currently on the approved builder list.
The development is 60 percent sold out with only four premium lots remaining. Available lots start at an expansive three-and-a-half acres and go up from there. Three out of the four remaining lots offer a wooded view or substantial tree line for privacy. Access through the development is limited by way of a private, single lane, designed to discourage outside traffic.
One of Lexington Hall’s most impressive amenities and focal points is the stocked pond behind the cul-de-sac. This common area is strictly reserved for the use and enjoyment of residents only. A colorfully lit fountain completes the view as a spectacular centerpiece. Property owners also enjoy the savings on their homeowners’ insurance premiums due to the pond-fed fire hydrant system that would serve any of the development’s lots.
Lexington Hall also features the pre-established, compacted building sites and oversized building pads. Buyers are not limited to the rotation that their house sits on their parcel. The developer took extra measures than most developers do to build up the building pads and compact them for immediate building use by the property owners. What may come as a surprise to most potential buyers is the minimum square foot requirement.
“While the existing homes in Lexington Hall are quite beautiful and are exceptionally large, our square foot requirement is quite comfortable at 3,600 sq. ft.,” James explained. “This minimum gives empty-nesters the opportunity to downsize from 5,500 sq. ft. plus to 3,600 sq. ft. and still qualify under the covenants. We’ve had buyers take advantage of the acreage, either for their horses or families, and have purchased two lots at one time. Buyers are not limited to purchasing only one lot. If they want acreage, they are able to purchase as many as nine acres in Lexington Hall and have the amenities that are offered in a traditional subdivision.”
Buyers can take advantage of a special offering and steep discounts on the remaining lots but only for a period of time. Prospective buyers can enjoy a $60,000 discount on one of the four remaining lots and a $50,000 discount on any of the other three lots. This special offering is for a limited time only, so if one is considering realizing their dream of owning beautiful acreage in Zionsville and building on a site with the amenities included that they are accustomed to, they should contact Boyd or James and schedule a site tour.
Katie James Jack Carr Boyd
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Indiana Realty – Indianapolis
3801 E. 82nd St. | Indianapolis, IN 46240