$450,000 Homes in Kentucky, New Jersey and New York

  1. Rick Rickerson, Pending Media
  2. Rick Rickerson, Pending Media
  3. Rick Rickerson, Pending Media
  4. Rick Rickerson, Pending Media
  5. Rick Rickerson, Pending Media
  6. Rick Rickerson, Pending Media
  7. Rick Rickerson, Pending Media
  8. Rick Rickerson, Pending Media
  9. Rick Rickerson, Pending Media

Lexington, Ky. | $449,000

A 1924 bungalow with two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms, on a 0.1-acre lot

This house is in Kenwick, a neighborhood less than two miles from downtown and a five-minute drive from the University of Kentucky. It is within walking distance of a coffee shop, several breweries and restaurants serving Italian food, Hawaiian barbecue and New American cuisine. Woodland Park, which has a playground, is 20 minutes away on foot. The Arboretum State Botanical Garden of Kentucky is a 10-minute drive.

Daniel Boone National Forest is about an hour and 15 minutes away. Driving to Louisville or Cincinnati takes about 90 minutes. Knoxville, Tenn., is three hours away.

Size: 1,326 square feet

Price per square foot: $339

Indoors: White and gray wood steps lead up to a covered porch with enough room for a bench swing.

The front door opens directly into the living room, which has hardwood floors, a gas fireplace and windows fitted with white shutters. The hardwood flooring continues to the left of the entry, into a dining room that faces a kitchen with white cabinetry, granite counters and stainless steel appliances, including a range with an electric cooktop. Also in this part of the house are a powder room and a door to the rear deck.

Both bedrooms are on the second floor, reached from stairs near the living room. The primary bedroom is big enough to hold a king-size bed and has a walk-in closet and a separate sitting area with windows overlooking the backyard. The bedroom across the hall also has a walk-in closet. They share a bathroom with a combination tub and shower lined in white subway tile.

The unfinished basement is used for storage.

Outdoor space: The deck behind the house has enough space for a dining table, a grill and lounge furniture. It steps down to a fenced yard landscaped with grass and a mature tree that provides shade. The detached garage has one parking spot.

Related Articles

Back to top button