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Storage Rentals of America – Winchester Bypass Rd

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About Our Location

Winchester, KY Storage Units

Our location is south of the Speedway Gas Station and north of the Winchester Federal Bank. We provide a variety of ultra-clean storage units for the residents of Winchester, Lexington, Richmond, Mount Sterling, Paris, North Middletown, Clintonville, and Clay City. Stop by sometime!

Our customer service team can help you find storage no matter your needs. All of our storage locations have plenty of storage options, from mini storage units that are 5×5 to larger 10×30 storage units.

Unit Features

  • Ground Floor Units
  • Drive Up Storage Units
  • Moving Boxes for Sale
  • Locks Available for Purchase

Access

  • Electronic Gate Access
  • Drive-Up Access

Security Features

  • Well Lit Facility
  • Video Surveillance

Extras

  • Pay Online (Auto Pay Available)
  • Month-to-Month Leases
  • Tenant Insurance Available
  • No Deposit Required

Frequently Asked Storage Questions

Why Would I Need Self-Storage in Winchester, KY?

There are a variety of reasons why you might need self-storage in Winchester, KY.

  1. Need some extra space in your home or garage? Free up your space.
  2. Are you getting married soon? Figure out which furniture and items will look best in your new home.
  3. Run a business? Self storage is a great place to store equipment, files, or extra inventory.
  4. Looking for a long term storage solution for your company? Self-storage is a great cost effective solution.

How Do I Prepare My Recreational Vehicle for Storage?

While we recommend that you check your manufacturer’s instructions we put together some quick vehicle preparation guides. We want to make sure your vehicle runs as smooth as it did when you first put it into storage.


Do I Need to Call Ahead to Tour Storage Units?

While you do not need to call ahead, we recommend calling so we can better assist your storage situation when you arrive. Our team is eager to help!


Can I Rent a Storage Unit in Person or on the Telephone?

Rent your storage unit in person, over the phone, or online! We want to make renting as easy as possible.


Does Storage Rentals of America Provide Locks?

You can purchase a brand new, sealed lock at any of our locations. No one else will have a key so you can have peace of mind that your storage unit is secure.


Does your Storage Facility Have Handcarts or Dollies that I Can Use?

Many of our locations have handcarts to assist you. Call us to confirm availability.


How Long Can I Rent a Storage Unit?

We offer month to month leases with no long-term commitments which means you can rent as long as you want! We want to make the rental process as easy as possible.


Can I Buy Boxes and Other Moving & Packing Supplies at your Storage Facility??

Many of our offices have moving and packing supplies available for purchase. Call us to confirm availability.

Moving and storage go hand in hand. Whether you’re traveling across town or across the country, moving is an exciting and fresh start. While Storage Rentals of America is here to help you with all your storage needs, we also want to help you get familiar with the area. That’s why we put together this resource guide for Winchester.

About Winchester, Kentucky

Winchester, a city of 18,000 people at the time of the last census, is the county seat of Clark County. It is the tenth biggest city in Kentucky. It also has a well deserved reputation as one of the most interesting and exciting cities of Kentucky. Located where the Red River meets the Kentucky River, at the mouth of the Red River Gorge, Winchester has long maintained its position as one of the most prosperous and productive cities of the state. It lies on Interstate 64, only a few miles from the major intersection with Interstate 75, and serves as the western terminus of the Bert T. Combs Mountain Parkway, the only major road connection to the southeastern portion of the state.

What to do in Winchester, KY.

As the gateway to the Red River Gorge region, Winchester has long had command of some of the greatest natural resources in America. Now that rock climbing, ecotourism, and sightseeing are important products of the area, Winchester takes full advantage of its beautiful natural resources. Amazing hiking trails like the Lower Howard’s Creek Preserve lead right to the historical Fort Boonesboro, a wonderland of educational fun right along the Kentucky River. Winchester and Clark County also hold an important part of the prehistory of Kentucky, as the only Native American settlement known in the region sits in Indian Old Fields, in the eastern part of the county. The Bluegrass Heritage Museum is the primary local resource for all this interesting information.

The Pioneer Festival is the old classic event for Winchester. It is a big town celebration on Labor Day that keeps the memory of the old days alive while entertaining everyone for miles around. It has been joined by the Beer Cheese Festival, a wildly popular event that celebrates Clark County’s signal contributions to world cuisine. Clark County is justly famous for its beer cheese, as the restaurant that has championed it most through history, possibly the longest operating restaurant in the entire nation, Halls on the River, sits only eight miles from downtown Winchester at the mouth of Howard’s Creek. Fine dining is everywhere in Clark County, with no fewer than five world-class restaurants in this small city.

Lexington, Kentucky, one of the major urban areas of this region, lies only twenty miles to the west of Winchester. Full access to the services of the city, including the famous University of Kentucky and all the sporting, educational, and medical opportunities associated with it, makes life in Winchester very pleasant and cosmopolitan.

Working in Winchester, KY.

There are approximately 16,000 people working full time in Winchester, with 3,000 of them employed by the government. Some of the anchor businesses of the city are the Ale-8 One Bottling Company, Leggett & Pratt, and the Freeman Corporation. Ale-8 is a local soda beverage of great popularity, and it is no exaggeration to say it is the best-known product of the region. Legget & Pratt have been manufacturing metal springs locally for more than a hundred years. The Freeman Corporation specializes in the production of hardwood veneer. They have been joined by Catalent Pharma Solutions, a pharmaceutical manufacturer. Agriculture was once an enormous factor in the economy here, but it has largely been replaced by skilled manufacturing. However, the Winchester Farms Dairy is still a major local employer, and there is a substantial amount of cattle ranching in the green Kentucky hills.

Commuting to Lexington for technical, legal, and medical work has long been common. Interstate 64 goes directly from one town to the other, in addition to any number of local feeder roads, and thousands of people live in Winchester but work in Lexington. However, as the Red River Gorge and its ancillary businesses take a larger role in the economy of the region, more and more people commute the other way to work every day.

Winchester, KY. Neighborhoods

There are a bit more than thirty neighborhoods in Winchester and the surrounding area. They range from modern duplexes to apartments in historic buildings to completely rural farm communities. The city’s traditional development occurred along the axis of Main Street and Lexington Avenue, in the historic and extremely habitable downtown region. Neighborhoods like the Thomson Addition and Colby Terrace were built out towards the country club and the land between Lexington and Winchester, but the addition of the Bypass fundamentally altered the center of gravity for the whole community. Most of the new construction begins at Holiday Hills and continues beyond the thin strip of large stores on the Bypass, in places like McClure Manor and the new developments on Frontier Way.

Winchester, KY. School District

Winchester has an active school system, maintaining four elementary schools, two intermediate and junior high schools, and the George Rogers Clark high school. There is also a Winchester Campus for the Bluegrass Community and Technical College. Most of the higher education facilities in the area are located in Lexington, the next city over.

Moving to Winchester, KY. Resource Guide

Utilities: Winchester Municipal Utilities takes care of water, sewer, and solid waste for the city. Electricity is provided by Kentucky Utilities. There are four major internet service providers in Winchester; HughesNet, Spectrum, AT&T, and Windstream.

City Government: The Winchester Municipal City Government maintains a web page here.

Parks and Recreation: Winchester’s Parks and Recreation, including College Park and Lykins Park, are run through the city, and announcements are made on this web site.

Winchester, KY. Housing

Winchester has the unusual distinction of having been a prosperous city for almost two hundred years straight. The number of old Victorian mansions and palatial estates in the city and county has been noted as truly quite remarkable, and the standard of living is very high. A prospective tenant will be able to find their choice of apartment, duplex, condominium, or residence of any size. It is rare to encounter such a deep catalog of available real estate in any city of this size. A decent apartment downtown can be found for about $500 a month, but nine bedroom homes in historic districts can be purchased for about $150,000. Government programs to assist prospective tenants and buyers are unusually robust in this town, and the stable populace contribute to a community feeling that is quite remarkable. The weather is mild but full of rain, and the green countryside provides a lush, enticing backdrop to the picturesque city. Winchester is a truly pleasant place to live.

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by Hutch LeCompte on SROA Winchester Bypass

A ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️!! Shelly D very knowledgeable! Was a pleasure doing business with her. She's a rare breed in the customer service business.

by Glodden H. on SROA Winchester Bypass

Great!

by Charles C. on SROA Winchester Bypass

Very friendly staff, unit surroundings are kept very clean.

by Corey H. on SROA Winchester Bypass

Awesome Service.

by James B. on SROA Winchester Bypass

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