TOWNHOMES IN VERNON HILLS, IL
at Port Clinton Place
No closing costs (up to $5,000) on quick delivery homes
Welcome to Lexington Row at Port Clinton Place
The Vernon Hills area has always been a desirable residential destination. And today, it’s offering even more. Because Lexington Homes, Chicago’s leading name in city and suburban homebuilding for more than 40 years has come to town.
Introducing the stately, stylish new residences of Lexington Row at Port Clinton Place. These award-winning row homes are nestled within an established community.
Architectural detailing recalls the grand townhouses of London, England. They offer contemporary touches combined with traditional style in harmony with the area’s natural setting.
Exteriors feature pillared entries and have brick, stone and cedar trim. Inside, you’ll find free-flowing floor plans that abound with open space. All appointments are of exceptional quality. There’s wood flooring in the entire main level. 9-ft. ceilings. Spacious kitchens have granite countertops and state-of-the-art appliances. Great master suites have baths with dual sinks and walk-in closets.
You’ll be in the highly-rated Stevenson HS District. And a short drive from the popular shopping malls for which Vernon Hills and neighboring Lincolnshire are well known. Plus, there are a variety of dining and shopping attractions literally steps away. The Lincolnshire Marriott with its famed theatre is down the road. And there’s easy commuting to Chicago by expressway or train.
Come, discover a new statement of fresh opportunity within a traditional North Suburban location. We invite you to make Lexington Row at Port Clinton Place your next, and best, home.
- Beds: 3 / Baths: 2.5
- Garages: 2 Car
- Square Feet: 1,776 - 1,914
- Price: From $364,990
SALES OFFICE INFO
- Lexington Row at Port Clinton Place
- 1258 Danforth Ct.
- Vernon Hills, IL 60061
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- phone: (847) 531-6300
- Mon - Sat 10am - 6pm
Sun 11am - 6pm
"My husband and I are very excited about our new Lexington home."
- Mary Beth and Jim Harper