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Just to the east of Clays Mill Road, the attractive Wyndham Hills subdivision provides residents with the luxury of living in newer homes while historical sites are only a short drive away. Located beyond the loop of Circle Road 4, Wyndham Hills contrasts with more congested areas located inside the metro circle.
Surrounded by well-manicured lawns, some of the Wyndham Hills homes are graced by mature trees shading the area while some trees vary in size due to newer property development.
Young professionals are attracted to this family-friendly residential community where the majority of single-family homes are owner occupied. The Wyndham Hills neighborhood is known as pet-friendly and walkable. The subdivision is considered to be one of the safest in the Lexington area.
Depending on their home address, most school-aged children living in Wyndham Hills are served by the public schools Picadome Elementary School, Jessie Clark Middle School or Lafayette High School. The Lafayette campus houses the district’s School for the Creative and Performing Arts (SCAPA) and its pre-engineering program.
Wyndham Hills offers convenient access to the thoroughbred racetrack, Keeneland, as well as Bluegrass Airport by accessing Man O’ War Boulevard. Many shopping venues, restaurants, and other businesses are located within a short drive.
Nearby historic attractions south of New Circle Road include Boone Station State Historic Site, where the famous pioneer Daniel Boone once lived. The impressive 46-acre park, featuring picnic tables and a one-mile hiking trail, is free to visitors.
Another nearby notable piece of history, Waveland Historical Site and Waveland Museum, was once the home of Boone’s descendant, Joseph Bryan. An eloquent Greek Revival home, built in 1847, is part of the attraction focused on 19th century plantation life in the Bluegrass State.