Lexington PointeTOWNHOMES IN DES PLAINES, IL
Style, space, value and wonderful “walkability” have come to a great Downtown Suburban location—that’s the Pointe!
Introducing a community of innovative townhomes with special touches that have made Lexington the leading name in Chicago-area home building for more than forty years.
At Lexington Pointe you’ll enjoy city style and sophisticated design near the heart of downtown Des Plaines.
Most errands and daily enjoyments can be accomplished on foot because you’ll be close to stores, all kinds of restaurants, parks and recreation attractions. Plus, the convenience of Metra is just two blocks away.
And by car, you’ll have quick and easy access to O’Hare, Chicago and the myriad attractions along Northwest Highway.
The townhomes at Lexington Pointe feature unique floor plans with free-flowing open space, ideal for gracious entertaining or just living large. Traditional exterior designs have pillared entries and stately brick recalling rowhomes of the Gold Coast and Lincoln Park.
Inside, all inclusions are top-line: wood flooring on the entire main level, granite countertops, 9-ft. ceilings. There are gourmet kitchens with appliances that will make friends envious. Master suites have walk-in closets and baths with dual sinks and granite or quartz vanities.
This community of 58 townhomes is more than a place to live—it’s a hometown within a hometown, where you’ll meet new friends and enjoy a location that’s close in, yet far from ordinary.
We invite you to make it yours.
- Beds: 2 - 3 / Baths: 2.5
- Garages: 2 Car
- Square Feet: 1,758 - 1,913
- Price: From $359,990
SALES OFFICE INFO
- Lexington Pointe
- 807 Lee Street
- Des Plaines, IL 60016
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- phone: 847-818-0800
- Mon - Sat 10am - 6pm, Sun 11am - 6pm
- Jim Jefferson | Guaranteed Rate
- (847) 542-4273
- Marty Maher | Wintrust Mortgage
- (847) 483-5324
"Last summer, when our family home was on the market, we were looking for a townhouse close to family and friends where we could enjoy our retirement."
- Diane and Jim Krupa