10.1 acres in Fayette County, Kentucky
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10.1 acres in Fayette County, Kentucky

4096 Wilson Lake Lane, Lexington , Kentucky 40516 - Fayette County
$1,300,000 10.10 Acres
5 beds 7 Bathrooms, 1 ½ Bathroom 4012 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 4732164

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Proposed construction by Jimmy Nash Homes offered in the most beautiful 10 acre tract community in Fayette County. This home boast gorgeous rural views and views of the lake. Glennlakes Estates is also a gated community. The exterior features pictured includes: painted brick, black windows, flared Rooflines, 16/12 roof pitches, cast stone accents, stone accents, diamond patterned shingle, 3 car garage for rear drive, walk out basement, and Trex decking. Interior pictures include: reclaimed barn-wood floors, Thermador appliances, Haiku lights, 10' ceilings on main floor, service entrance, brick floors in mudroom and butler's pantry, cedar beams, decorative metal ceilings, stained beams, Andersen windows and doors, geo-thermal, and an excellent home buying experience. A builder warranty provides peace of mind knowing that this will be the best home you've ever owned. This is proposed construction. Price reflects home as shown but can be completely customized.

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Located off Muir Station between Bryan Station RD and Briar Hill.

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