Park Ridge ReserveTOWNHOMES IN PARK RIDGE, IL
Lexington Homes came to Park Ridge recently with a gated community of townhomes called Park Ridge Place. It was an instant success...
We’re pleased to announce that we’re staying right here, and doing it again quite nearby: introducing Park Ridge Reserve. A gated enclave of 25 new townhomes in Park Ridge.
These new townhomes (with their own special, original touches) are located a short distance away, even more convenient to downtown Park Ridge, while still offering a private residential setting near parks and a country club.
Downtown Park Ridge with all of its great shopping and restaurants is a few blocks away. So is the Metra, and expressways are easily accessible. The setting is suburban, while the architecture, inside and out, offers city-smart style.
There are new-school “open floor plans” with room for entertaining in high style or just enjoying a feeling of spaciousness every day. You’ll have 2 or 3 bedrooms, 2½ baths and a 2-car attached garage.
Exteriors feature pillared entries and brick trim recalling the artful architecture of Lincoln Park. Ultra-modern kitchens have granite galore; all first level rooms feature 9 ft. ceilings and have hardwood floors.
There’s abundant closet space and large sunny windows. Thoughtful ideas are found everywhere: master suites have optional volume ceilings; baths have dual sinks. And there are walk-in closets.
Lexington Homes specializes in finding gems of locations in spots where people most want to live. Perhaps that’s why we’ve been Chicagoland's’ leading home builder for more than 40 years.
Park Ridge Reserve is a reflection of our dedication to providing stylish and happy homes in great locations. One look, and we believe you’ll want to reserve one for yourself.
- Beds: 2 - 3 / Baths: 2.5
- Garages: 2 Car
- Square Feet: 1,758
- Price: From $424,990
SALES OFFICE INFO
- Park Ridge Reserve
- 1200 W. Elm Street
- Park Ridge, IL 60068
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- phone: (847) 232-7711
- Mon - Sat 10am - 6pm
Sun 11am - 6pm
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