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Welcome to Lexington Court.
Why Live Here?
Come see why everyone's smiling at Lexington Court Apartments! If you have been searching for the best apartment community in Capitol Heights, MD, Lexington Court Apartments are the ones for you. You’ll find contemporary homes that feature spacious living rooms with designated dining areas, cozy bedrooms with walk-in closets, fully equipped kitchens, and some include private patios to take in the verdant surrounding of Maryland. And, there’s an array of conveniences and amenities just steps from your front door, for instance you

can escape the summer heat and take a refreshing dip in our Olympic-sized pool. Lexington Court is centrally located to shopping, dining and activities. We are also within easy access to all major roads and highways, and a short drive from downtown Washington D.C. Our friendly, professional office staff and experienced maintenance team are ready to treat you to the carefree lifestyle you deserve! Come experience living at its best at Lexington Court. Lexington Court has exactly what you are looking for! We are just waiting for you to move in.

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Amenities
  • Sparkling Swimming Pool
  • Charming Courtyards and Walkways
  • Impeccable Service
  • Resident Events
  • Controlled Entry Doors
  • Beautiful Landscapes
  • Metro Bus Line right outside community
  • Onsite Management Team
  • Laundry Lounges in Each Building
  • 24hr Emergency Maintenance
Parking
Other
Ample parking, Parking Lot.
Building Information
  • Units: 272

 

About Capitol Heights, MD


This history of Capitol Heights is a relatively short one in comparison to others in neighboring counties. In the early 20th Century, Washington, D.C., was practically bursting with new settlements. In 1904, a crafty Baltimore resident named of Otway B. Zantzinger managed to acquire 400 acres just outside of the District of Columbia parceled them into 4,000 lots and sold them for anywhere from $20 and $150. Today, this small bedroom community enjoys access to eateries and shops, and is close to the home of the NFL’s Washington Redskins.