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Article Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle

30- mid-July, Lee Colony Homes On Exhibition in Woodmere, I. Com- The opening of two new ex hibit homes which will serve as models for a group of sixty ranch-style dwellings in the 200-house Lee Homes colony under way on the 73-acre former Lord Estate on Peninsula Boulevard and Forest Ave. in Woodmere, L. was announced yesterday by the Robert M. Lee Corporation, builder. The new residences, priced at lS17 0m nnt Clin li ill nffor var'iations of similarly pe seven-of ofro0m center hall layouts with one and two-car layouts ga-127 rages, one and two baths and landscaped plots of COxlOO and 1 80x100. Lane Realty is sales agent. As part of the community de-agents velopment, features of the colony, the sponsor is creating ion the property a one-half mile i spring-fed lake for the exclusive at boating and fishing privileges of residents. The lake, now in course of construction, is scheduled to be completed this year. The new group of houses in the $5,000,000 project, planned by A. H. Salkowitz, architect, is expected to be ready for delivery to purchasers beginning in the Kail.