Building Lots in Clear Spring, MD

Mt. Tabor Builders has Building Lots for Custom Homes

Several building lots on Leisher Court in Clear Spring, MD are now available for your dream home. The lots are located on the east side of Clear Spring and convenient to I-70, for those that need to commute to Hagerstown, MD or Frederick County, MD.

Clear Spring is a small town about 10 miles west of Hagerstown and about 24 miles east of Hancock, MD. The town is not far from the Potomac River. The area is great for hiking and biking along the C & O Canal; boating and swimming on the river; and skiing at Whitetail Resort in nearby Mercersburg, Pennsylvania.

For more information or to schedule an appointment to see the building lots, call Willie Eby at the Mt. Tabor Builders Clear Spring office at 301-761-7161 or click here to email.

Client Testimonial

“We started out talking to several other builders, but as we met with and talked to Willie (Eby) and Royce (Eby), we were sold and went with them. We had heard the horror stories about people who build a house or build a big addition, but they made it a smooth process. We had no issues and we know we have a quality-built home.

“We went through the whole process of, ‘do we build or do we buy?’ but in choosing a reputable builder like Mt. Tabor, I knew I wasn’t going to have anything to worry about and that was the case.” – Isaac of Boonsboro, MD 

The expert builders at Mt. Tabor in Clear Spring, MD design and build custom homes, major additions and outdoor living spaces. We also design and finish bonus rooms, basements and create in-law suites. If you are needing home improvements like siding, roofs, exterior doors or replacement windows, contact our sister company MTB Windows and More at this link.

Mt. Tabor Builders is a custom builder of mountain homes in Berkeley Springs, WV and the surrounding area. Read our blog on mountain homes and see our gallery of images. We also do major renovations, such as creating home offices, in-law suites, etc…

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