Newpast On Main
Not far from where Lexington was established in 1782 on the banks of the Town Branch of South Elkhorn Creek, is a fascinating new place to live:the Newpast Town Lofts, which integrate the charm of historic downtown Lexington with the drama and convenience of modern design.
Located in the 600 block of West Main Street, the Newpast Town Lofts are directly in the midst of downtown's exciting renaissance, surrounded by both new and established commercial, retail, and entertainment venues. Here, Lexington's past and presence converge to create a quality of life that is unique, convenient, and uncommonly pleasurable.
A distinctive brick archway proclaims the entrance to this appealing enclave. It is attached on one side to what appears to be a gatehouse, but is actually a residence containing approximately 740 square feet of living space on two levels.
Just beyond the entrance, and to the west, is a historic home that has been restored and contains approximately 1,228 square feet of living space on two levels. Opposite it, on the east side of the enclave, is another historic restoration that has resulted in two modern condominiums. The ground-floor unit contains approximately 1,400 square feet of living space. The unit above it contains approximately 1,958 square feet. There is adjacent, surface parking for all three of these dwellings.
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