Winding lanes and towering trees are sprinkled amid the premier neighborhood of Palomar. Palomar is located in the suburban outskirts of southwest Lexington, Kentucky. It is in the zip code of 40513 in Fayette County. It lies north of Harrodsburg Road, between Bowman Mill Road and Man o’ War Boulevard.
The neighborhood of Palomar was established in 1986. It is a well-planned, deed-restricted neighborhood. There are many large lots with mature landscaping. The entire community spans about 200 acres.
Palomar even has its own three-story clubhouse, which is available for members’ use for both business and social gatherings. The community features four tennis courts, three swimming pools, a playground, two half-court basketball courts, and a volleyball pit. It also has fountains, a walking trail, and blossoming landscaping. There is a community park complete with picnic benches, grills, and duck populated ponds, as well.
This neighborhood is conveniently close to the Blue Grass Airport and major Lexington freeways. Downtown Lexington is very easy to get to. Major Lexington area employers employ many Palomar residents.
Plenty of great shopping options, the best restaurants, places of worship, and scenic horse farms are located nearby. In fact, the world-renowned Keeneland Race Course is just minutes away. The Keeneland Race Course is immaculately maintained, and things have stayed very much the same since its opening in 1935. Keeneland is where the 2003 movie Seabiscuit was filmed.
Palomar is regarded as a family-friendly community. It is a part of the Fayette Public School District. Many consider its schools to be among the most desirable in Lexington. This is just one more reason Palomar is such a sought-after place to live.