Lexington Homes Begins Sales at Chicago Community

Lexington Heritage in Arlington Heights, Ill., offers 48 homes in two styles, the Mews Collection of three-level rowhomes and the Club Collection of two-story townhomes.

Mews Collection
Mews Collection

Lexington Homes has begun unit sales of its newest community, Lexington Heritage, in the Chicago submarket of Arlington Heights, Ill. The maintenance-free community, located at 3216 N. Old Arlington Heights Road, offers 48 homes in two styles, the Mews Collection of three-level rowhomes and the Club Collection of two-story townhomes. 

Collection Offerings 

The Mews Collection offers two rowhome floorplans, the Coventry and the Warrington. The Coventry measures 1,913 square feet and features three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. The Warrington measures 1,758 square feet and has two bedrooms, a main-level den/office and two-and-a-half baths, with the option to upgrade to three bedrooms. Both plans include a rear-facing two-car garage and options for deluxe master baths, extra powder rooms and fireplaces. The Mews homes are base-priced from $369,990.

The Club Collection also features two townhome floorplans, the Berkley and the Summit. The Berkley includes two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths in a 1,823-square-foot floorplan, and also offers the option to upgrade to a third bedroom. The Summit is a 1,905-square-foot home with three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. Both townhome designs include an attached front-loading two-car garage, second-floor laundry room, unfinished basement and private backyard with upgrade options for finished basements, extra bedrooms and fireplaces. These homes are base-priced from $404,990.

Interior features include nine-foot ceilings, towering windows, plank hardwood floors, large islands with extra storage, granite countertops, 42-inch Aristokraft cabinets, Moen kitchen fixtures, stainless-steel appliances, walk-in closets and baths with dual sinks and granite vanity tops.

Club Collection
Club Collection

“By naming the new community Lexington Heritage, we are paying homage to our long history as a homebuilder in the Arlington Heights area, which is where it all began for our company about 40 years ago,” said Jeff Benach, principal of Lexington Homes. “This new community reflects our rich heritage that came from building dozens and dozens of homes in the area over the years. These new homes offer the classic style and value Lexington has always been known for, along with showcasing today’s most popular features, such as open layouts, high-end finishes and flexible spaces.”

Lexington Heritage is located in the heart of the Northwest suburbs. The community is in proximity to two Metra commuter train stations, the Arlington Park station and the Arlington Heights station. Three minutes away from Route 53, the property is 3.9 miles from downtown Arlington Heights. 

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