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MBK HOMES OPENS SALES CENTER AND RELEASES PHASE ONE AT SARATOGA AT HILLCREST IN CASTAIC


CASTAIC, CA– MBK Homes has opened its sales center and released its first phase for sale at its newSaratoga neighborhood at Hillcrest in Castaic. These spacious family homes will certainly be well received especially as the neighborhood is being built by MBK Homes, the homebuilder who built the popular Highlands neighborhood in Hillcrest.

Continuing on the success of The Highlands, Saratoga offers larger homes that present homeshoppers many of the same benefits of its predecessor neighborhood. Especially appreciated is the picturesque hilltop setting and the convenient location less than five minutes from the freeway.

Saratoga's generously proportioned two-story designs offer 2,742 to 3,266 square feet with four to seven bedrooms and three baths. Priced from the low $300,000s, every plan will include a three-car garage.

Children living at Saratoga's are within walking distance of the elementary and middle schools, enabling them to enjoy a more leisurely pace getting to school. The highly regarded Castaic School District administers the elementary and middle schools while the award-winning William S. Hart School District administers the high school.

Gourmet island kitchens, fireplace-warmed family rooms, formal living and dining rooms and sumptuous master suites with expansive walk-in closets top the list of the rooms with special design elements. Varying plans will take on the added dimension of a handy loft, a secluded den or an optional bonus room, and every plan gives buyers the opportunity to transform a section of the garage into an extra bedroom on the first floor that's ideal for overnight guests.

The homes will create a dramatic first impression with a variety of architectural styles, including California, Mission, Mediterranean and Tuscan-influenced, while selected plans will be accented by charming front porches or split-design garages that frame an inviting entry courtyard.

Its secluded setting in the new master-planned community of Hillcrest, just minutes from the freeway making shopping, commuting and traveling convenient will also enhance Saratoga's appeal. Saratoga is also located near the beautiful Castaic Lake, a 9,000-acre state recreational park that features both power boating and water sports activities and a peaceful lagoon for non-power boats and swimming during the warmer months.

With its keen attention to detail, MBK Homes Ltd. Is dedicated to delivering superior craftsmanship in every home it builds. MBK chooses its locations carefully, building its neighborhoods in family-oriented communities within well-respected school districts. Strengthened by the reputation and financial stability of its' parent company, Mitsui & Co., Ltd., MBK Homes is committed to providing its customers with the best value their homebuying dollar can buy and to building homes to last a lifetime.

MBK Homes continues to expand its homebuilding activities in some of Southern California's most desirable locations. MBK neighborhoods include: Soleil in Aliso Viejo, Wisteria in The Corona Valley, Annandale in North Fontana, The Highlands and Saratoga at Hillcrest in Castaic, Heritage and Traditions at The Oaks in Murrieta and MBK Homes at Emerald Square. For more information on any of these communities, please call (888) 943-HOME or visit the company's website at www.mbkhomes.com.

To visit Saratoga, take Interstate 5 north and exit at Hasley Canyon Road. Hasley Canyon Road is located approximately 9 miles north of Valencia. Take the overpass over Interstate 5, then turn right onto The Old Road. Continue approximately one-half mile and turn left onto Hillcrest Parkway. Follow Hillcrest Parkway to the sales center at the top of the hill on the left. As and added convenience, MBK now welcomes brokers. The Saratoga sales center is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and additional information is available by calling (661) 702-9995 or by visiting the website at www.mbkhomes.com.

Posted on August, 5th 2000

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