Saturday, June 29, 2013

Keystone Custom Homes Community Offers Small Town Charm

While city living is an attractive feature for some homebuyers, many homebuyers prefer living in a smaller, more intimate community that still offers easy access to amenities. This small town charm effect is what has made Keystone Custom Homes' Bethel Springs community in Cecil County so successful, and now the Maryland homebuilder is opening their newest phase of homes here.

The new phase from Keystone Custom Homes will offer five distinct floor plans priced from the $220's. Features include three to four bedrooms, carriage-style or side-loading garages, owner's suites on the main or upstairs and much more.

Bethel Springs is located within the city of North East, which was settled prior to 1700. Today, the town is home to just 2,000 people, but is certainly not limited in its offerings. Residents will find Cecil College, Elk Neck State Park, Upper Bay Museum and additional shopping, dining, entertainment and recreation. I-90 and Route 40 are also easily accessible, making driving to Baltimore, Washington or Philadelphia a breeze.

To learn more about this community, visit the Keystone Custom Homes website or call Barb DiBrito at 717-368-9831.

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