Towson preparing to open homes to potential buyers

REAL ESTATE WATCH

April 13, 1997

From condominiums to townhouses to luxury homes, Towson homeowners are preparing to open up their homes to potential buyers.

Next weekend the Towson Partnership will hold the Towson Neighborhood Open House, which is geared to show the benefits of owning and living in one of Towson's many neighborhoods.

On Saturday, the event will be held on the first level of the Towson Town Center, where Realtors will have brochures available on homes for sale in the area, according to Nancy Horst of the Towson Partnership.

Also on display will be photo displays of Towson's past, according to Horst, and several neighborhoods, such as Stoneleigh and Greenbrier, will display montages of homes in the area and the famous people who have resided there.

On Sunday, Horst said to expect "40 to 50" homes to be open for inspection.

"What will be available on Saturday will be lists of specific homes," Horst said. "These are not neighborhood tours. This is not something to go and look through this neighborhood or that neighborhood. This is to look at homes that are listed and will be open."

Another community gathering is being planned several miles down York Road.

The York Road Partnership is putting together "Partners Across York Road" on April 26 in an effort to beautify the area from the city-county line to 39th Street.

The area will be divided into four segments with volunteers picking up litter and planting flowers in designated locations.

Pub Date: 4/13/97

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