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Welcome to Blackford Oaks
Posted on Aug 23rd, 2023
Nestled in the heart of Lexington's vibrant Hamburg area, Blackford Oaks is a distinctive residential community that seamlessly melds the rich equestrian heritage of the region with modern-day living. Directly across from the esteemed Madden horse farm and proudly claiming the starting point of the iconic Elkhorn Creek, this community offers homes that cater to diverse preferences, with prices ranging from $300,000 to $900,000. With its future vision of housing around 1,200 homes, Blackford Oaks isn't just about elegant living; it's a testament to community, nature, and history. Residents enjoy vast open green spaces, a nod to Kentucky's lush landscapes, making Blackford Oaks not just a place to live, but a lifestyle to embrace. Welcome to a neighborhood where tradition meets today.
Amenity Survey
Posted on Mar 4th, 2020
Neighborhood Amenity Survey Information
Click  here  to get a printable Survey and to read the Survey introduction letter that was mailed to the Blackford homeowners.
Feel free to fill out the survey and return it to Adkins Property Management no later that March 17th, 2020.
You can email the survey to:
or you can mail it to:
                               Blackford HOA
                               PO Box 54486
                               Lexington, KY 40555
Ball Homes Apartment development
Posted on Nov 4th, 2019
The Lexington City Council voted 15-0 on October 29th to allow the Ball Homes proposed zone change, and as a result of the vote the planned apartment complex can now be built by Ball Homes. Just a few days before the Council vote, the Association was able to work out a compromise with Ball Homes that would benefit the neighborhood.  The link below provides the details of the compromise agreement.