Old Liberty Estates Forty West Builders has opened a...

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May 28, 2000

Old Liberty Estates

Forty West Builders has opened a model at Old Liberty Estates, a single-family detached home community in Eldersburg.

The community features wooded lots with a minimum of 2 acres.

The model, the Winthrop, starts at $311,900 for 3,000 square feet.

The first floor includes a 21-by-12-foot kitchen and breakfast room, 21-by-14-foot family room, 14-by-11-foot library or flex space, 14-by-14-foot living room and 13-by-14-foot dining room, laundry room and two-car garage.

The second floor consists of two 12-by-13-foot bedrooms, a 14-by-12-foot bedroom, bathroom and 19-by-15-foot master suite with two walk-in closets and master bath.

There are four other models available at Old Liberty Estates. The Oxford starts at $273,900 for 2,488 square feet. The Charleston starts at $293,900 for 2,954 square feet. The Beaumont starts at $294,900 for 2,896 square feet. The 3,400-square-foot Manchester starts at $331,900.

The model is open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday through Monday, and Tuesday and Wednesday by appointment.

To get to Old Liberty Estates, take Interstate 695 to Route 70 west. Go on Route 32 north to a left onto Route 26. Follow Route 26 for about two miles. Make a left onto Old Liberty Road (opposite Klee Mill Road). Turn right onto Rhonda Drive into the community. The model is on the right.

Builder: Forty West Builders

Phone number: 410-552-5030

Developer: Forty West Builders

Base price: $311,900

Style: Traditional

Number of units: 11

Square footage: 3,000

Options: 10-by-12-foot sun room ($8,250), brick front ($7,600), tray ceiling ($1,775)

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