Homebuilder News in Jefferson County, MO
|Manors at Huntington Glen|
|4923 Old Lemay Ferry Rd
Imperial, MO 63052
|Type: Single Family Homes
Price Range: From $190,000
|Phone: (314) 915-1089
Email Sales Manager
HUNTINGTON GLEN: 9 Inventory Homes Ready for a Quicker Move in!
Jefferson County, MO (Feb 26, 2018)
The long-awaited Phase 2 is now open at Huntington Glen, McBride & Son Homes’ famed master planned community in Jefferson County featuring 330 homesites.
Phase 2 homesites feature prime locations which include walkout, ingrade and cul-de-sac lots, plus many are surrounded by thick trees and common ground.
“A desirable location, beautiful homes at tremendous pricing, while being in the award winning Fox School District makes this community an opportunity you won’t want to miss,” said John F. Eilermann Jr., CEO and Chairman of McBride & Son Homes.
Huntington Glen is a private neighborhood featuring two different villages of single family homes to enable a wider selection of floor plans and types of homes, with most homesites able to accommodate a three car garage.
The Manors at Huntington Glen features the Bayside series homes. The Manors offers 8 different plans. Pricing ranges from $190’s to over $350,000.
The Estates at Huntington Glen also offers single family homes, but with bigger homesites and larger floorplans. Eight different models are offered in the Estates with pricing from mid $200’s to over $400,000.
This master planned community is also located in the Seckman Middle School and High School boundary and has easy access to I-55 and Highway 21.
9 different inventory homes are available now for those looking for a quicker move in, priced from $253,800 to $361,090. Visit today for more information on these quick move homes and the new community homesites.
To get to the Huntington Glen: I-55 to Vogel Road (exit 190). Turn left on Old Lemay Ferry Road to community 1 mile on the right.
Call sales manager Jason Grote (314) 705-9888 for The Estates at Huntington Glen, or Paul Weber (314) 915-1089 for the Manors at Huntington Glen.
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