Homebuilder News in Maryland Heights, MO
|Estates at Maryland Oaks|
|2096 Maryland Oaks Circle
Maryland Heights, MO 63146
|Type: Single Family Homes
Price Range: From $300,000
|Phone: (314) 374-1075
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Limited Homes Remaining in Booming Maryland Heights Community
Maryland Heights, MO (May 13, 2018)
Maryland Oaks, located at the northwest corner of the Page Extension and I-270, have homes constantly popping up and are now almost sold out because of it. Those who travel through the Page Extension and I-270 intersection have likely noticed the new construction even from the highway, with its convenient location. Maryland Oaks consists of 77 single-family homes on a total of 34 acres.
“The community is designed so there is no through traffic and heavily landscaped buffers between villages,” stated John F. Eilermann Jr. CEO and Chairman of the Board at McBride Homes. “One of the things that make it such an exceptional development is the variety of housing that meets the needs of people in differing stages of life.”
The Manors at Maryland Oaks features 8 homes from their Bayside series. McBride’s single family homes in the community offer several two-story, ranch and story-and-a-half plans in the community in all sorts of sizes to fit specific needs. These homes are priced from the $260’s.
The Estates at Maryland Oaks offers the Bayside Series as well, but all homes in this village come standard with a three car garage. Pricing for this village starts in the $310’s.
Amenities within Maryland Oaks include walking trails with benches, sidewalks throughout, a lake with fountain and an impressive entry monument. This community is also located in the prestigious Parkway School District.
To get to Maryland Oaks take Hwy 364 (Page Extension) to north on Bennington Place to right on Basston Drive, visit mcbridehomes.com for more details.
For more information on The Commons at Maryland Oaks, contact Robin Pecher at (314) 452-6800.
For more information on The Manors or the Estates at Maryland Oaks, contact Lisa Seely at (314) 374-1075.
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