With Eagle's Rest, Ryan Homes Offers the Most Affordable New Single-Family Homes in Aberdeen - From the $320's


Visit RyanHomesBSO.com To Add Up To $12,500 In FREE Options PLUS A Sun-Filled Morning Room!*

April 07, 2011|By Advertorial Content by Ryan Homes


When homebuyers are ready to move up to a new home, they want one that will give them the most of everything. The most space. The most style. The most convenient location. Eagle's Rest provides all of this, along with the most value in Aberdeen. This new community of stately single-family homes offers easy access to I-95, Baltimore and the Aberdeen Proving Ground, and includes features like gently curving streets with sidewalks, community parks and green spaces, and many cul-de-sac homesites. Every convenience is close by, from shopping and daily needs to restaurants, Ripken Stadium and Harford County Schools.

Having the most room to grow is crucial in any new home, and the homes of Eagle's Rest give families plenty. Buyers can choose home designs here with up to 5 bedrooms and up to 4.5 baths - up to an astounding 5,243 square feet! 2-Car garages are standard, with the option for 3-car garages. Every Eagle's Rest home is also ENERGY STAR® Qualified for lifelong energy cost savings.

Through their Heroes Welcome program, Ryan Homes also offers an additional $1,500 toward options or closing costs for veterans, active duty, reserve and retired military personnel.**

To learn more about Eagle’s Rest, including floorplans and directions, please visit online at RyanHomesBSO.com.

* Savings available for a limited time on new sales contracts written and financed through NVR Mortgage. Prior sales and homes under construction excluded. Cannot be combined with any other offers. May not be available on all homes or all homesites. ** Offer pre-determined by community. For non-active Military personnel to receive Heroes Welcome incentive, DD214 form or proof of military service is required. Prices and offers subject to change without notice. See a Sales and Marketing Representative for details. MHBR No. 56.

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