Key West – Influenced Architecture Enhances Lakefront Living in Ohio
Mallory Square takes its name from the historic square in Key West that is best-known as a prime spot for viewing the island’s famed sunsets. Key West, in fact, also serves as the inspiration for the waterfront and Victorian architecture found in this new development. In keeping with the Key West theme, all units are finished in attractive yellows, pinks, blues and lime.
Mallory Square is located on the 3,400-acre Buckeye Lake and residents enjoy their own dock located within a stone’s throw from their unit. A boardwalk meanders along 1,300 feet of lake front in the development. The gated community features an expansive pool and clubhouse area.
In all, Mallory Square includes 15 single family units and 4 combined townhomes spread out over five acres.