Gleneagles is located on the east side of Lexington, Kentucky in a rapidly growing part of the city. Interstate 75 and the Hamburg shopping area are close by, giving our residents quick access to many conveniences.
Gleneagles is a deed restricted community, meaning that we have covenants, codes and restrictions that must be followed. Our residents pay annual assessments which are used to grow and maintain our neighborhood. For more information, visit the About section of our site.
Gleneagles is also know for its Greenway space. The Greenways are corridors of protected open space managed for conservation and recreation purposes. Greenways often follow natural land or water features and link nature reserves, parks, and cultural features with each other and with populated areas. Some of our Greenways have been designed with walking trails. We currently have two Greenways with trails. Each are located on Polo Club Blvd and are indicated with signs. One is near Shaker Run and the other is near the end of Gleneagles near Birkdale Dr and Royal Troon. The Royal Troon walking trail connects to the Brighton East Rail Trail. Rail Trails are trails made from abandoned railroad corridors. For more information on Greenway spaces or Rail Trails, please visit www.kyrailtrail.org. To view our Greenway areas, visit Greenway map.
Our board of directors is made up of residents that are elected at each annual meeting. The board meets monthly to discuss issues and make decisions about our neighborhood, including how best to spend our assessments. Gleneagles residents are encouraged to attend both the annual meeting and the public forum of each monthly board meeting. For more information about the board and meetings, visit the Contact and Events sections of our site.
In addition to the information you can find here, Gleneagles also has a Facebook page with up-to-date information for all neighbors! ¬†Just click on the logo below to join.
NOTE: ¬†Gleneagles Owners Association conducted a Special Assessment Meeting on Tuesday, May 13, 2014. ¬†Please click here to view the presentation that was shown. ¬†The result of the voting that took place was 79 in favor of the assessment and 84 opposed to the assessment. ¬†Please stay informed through the Gleneagles Neighborhood Facebook page for future meetings and events.