SOURCE: Easton Village

October 17, 2005 10:47 ET

Exclusive Neo-Traditional Community Comes to Easton

Easton Village Sets New Standard of Living Along the Shores of the Tred Avon

Sneak Preview Set for Saturday, November 12, 2005

EASTON, MD -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 17, 2005 -- When you think of owning a home on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, you envision a slower pace of life in a tranquil setting surrounded by open spaces and of course water. That's exactly what Elm Street Development is bringing to Easton Village, a 250 single-family home community on the North Shores of the Tred Avon River in Easton, Maryland.

The community will be laid out around a series of diverse parks, and the home designs will mirror the neo-traditional charm of the historic villages of Easton, Oxford and St. Michaels. Over 50 acres of the community have been set aside as a nature preserve, including a special habitat for the endangered Delmarva Fox Squirrel. Other amenities include a community pier, kayak launch and crabbing pier, community center with pool, walking trails and paths, a six-acre community park with pavilion, and a future pedestrian bridge over the Tred Avon to connect to the town of Easton.

There will be three builders in the community -- ILEX Construction, K&P Builders and US Home -- and homes prices will range from the low $600s to over $1 million. The builders will preview the village and their unique home designs on the property at Rt 33 and 322 during the Waterfowl Festival, Saturday, November 12, 2005. For more information on the exclusive homes at Easton Village or to get on the presale list, go to the Web site at www.eastonvillage.com.

About The Builders

ILEX Construction (www.ilexconstruction.com) has been a builder of extraordinary custom homes for nearly a quarter of a century. K&P Builders (www.kandpbuilders.com) has been building high-quality communities in central Maryland for more than 20 years. This second-generation builder brings building experience and design excellence to each of their communities. US Home, (www.ushome.com), a division of Lennar homes, was founded in 1954 and builds in over 600 communities throughout the country.

About Elm Street Development

Elm Street has been planning and developing communities in the Baltimore/Washington area for almost three decades, and has successfully developed hundreds of communities in 19 counties and 15 municipalities across the region.

Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Michael Burlbaugh
    410-266-9700
    Elm Street Development