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Middle Ridge Drive
Photo 1 Entry monument to the community at Route U.S. 50. (4/28/2004)
Photo 2 View from U.S. 50 entering the community. (4/28/2004)
Photo 3 . Looking south toward Minstrel Lane. (4/28/2004)


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Four prototype homes were built fronting on Route U.S. 50, adjacent to the Greenbriar Exhibit Center.  Levitt's prototype program allowed for the introduction of new designs that were open to corporate and public inspection and comment.  This feedback would help determine whether to place the new designs into production.  Although located at Greenbriar, the protoypes were built for evaluation for houselines in other communities that were soon to open.  It was typical of Levitt's prototype program to build the samples in an existing community, even though the homes would be built elsewhere if they made it to production. 

Prototype 1
Photo 1 View from Route U.S. 50 (Lee-Jackson Memorial Highway) at Middle Ridge Drive, the entrance to Greenbriar.  This home was incorporaed into the Pohickory houseline in West Springfield, Va. as the Avilla model. (4/28/2004)

Prototype 2
Photo 1 This home was incorporated into the Lake Village houseline in Bowie, Md.  The name of the model is not known. (4/28/2004)

Prototype 3
Photo 1 This home has yet to be found in any Levitt community.  It appears to be a contemporary version of the Briarwood model with the bathrooms at the opposite side of the bedroom wing.  It cannot be confirmed whether this home ever made it into production. (4/28/2004)

Prototype 4
Photo 1 This home was incorporated with modifications into the Pohickory houseline in West Springfield, Va. as the Norway model. (4/28/2004)
Photo 2 (4/28/2004)

Prototype 5
In addition to the prototypes built on Route U.S. 50, one prototype was also built on Middle Ridge Drive amongst the Greenbriar homesites between Melvue Court and Madeley Court.  This home was likely built prior to the four prototypes above, as this home went into production in several Levitt communities much earlier.
Photo 1 This home was incorporated as the Tred Avon model into two of the houselines of two Maryland communities, Crofton Green in Crofton and Lake Village in Bowie. (4/28/2004)
Photo 2 (4/28/2004)
Photo 3 (4/28/2004)