Tilghman-on-Chesapeake has 73 sites near water


November 10, 1991|By Edward Gunts

More than 300 guests attended a preview reception recently for the yacht club and model homes at Tilghman-On-Chesapeake, a 186-acre waterfront community on Route 33, Tilghman Island.

Lovell Land Inc. and Armiger Properties of Columbia are the developers of the Talbot County community, which includes 73 waterfront and waterview home sites ranging in size from one-half acre to two acres and a 114-slip marina.

Lot prices start at $69,000, while prices for 2,100-square-foot homes start at $295,000. Custom homes are also available from John McDonough Builders of Columbia. Kagan Associates of Easton is handling sales.


The Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors will hold a free seminar for first-time homebuyers Nov. 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Liberty Recreation Center, 3901 Main Ave. at Garrison Boulevard.

Topics to be covered include the advantages of buying, what to look for in a home, understanding contracts and purchasing, financial requirements for buying a home, loan information, and settlement procedures.

Registrations for the seminar may be made through Patricia Gaydoes at the GBBR, 462-2500.


Around the region:

* Attman Properties Co. recently held a grand opening for the second phase of Bridgepointe, an 88-unit town house community on Kent Island. Three models are featured, with prices starting at $109,900. Rosendale Realty Co. is handling sales.

* The Sandtown-Winchester Improvement Association will conduct a home purchasing workshop and community meeting Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. at the Sandtown-Winchester Community Center, 1343 N. Calhoun St. The discussion will include ways for tenants to buy the house they are currently renting and how to obtain mortgage and home rehabilitation loans at low interest rates.

* The Baltimore chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction will hold its monthly meeting Nov. 12 at 5:30 p.m. at the Quality Inn Towson Conference Center, 1015 York Road. The guest speaker will be Jo Burnett from the House of Ruth. For reservations, call Mary Beth Graham at 666-3000.

* The King's Grant Development Corp. of Wilmington, Del., plans to sell the last 10 residences in the King's Grant community in Fenwick Island at a public auction on the premises Nov. 16. DeCaro Real Estate Auctions Inc. of Seaford, Del., is handling sales.

* The Carroll County chapter of the Home Builders Association of Maryland will meet Nov. 21 starting at 6 p.m. at Cockey's Tavern, 216 E. Main St. in Westminster.

* Ardath Cade is the new director of the Office of Planning and Zoning in Anne Arundel County.

* The Maryland Association of Realtors has recognized Lawrence V. Adam Jr., senior vice president of Dean Witter Reynolds Inc., as its recipient for the 1991 Outstanding Community Service Award. The award was presented in recognition of Mr. Adam's service to the "Harvest for the Hungry" food collection program.

* Walker and Dunlop arranged permanent mortgage financing for the Coronado-Adelphi Apartments, a 72-unit complex at 9004 and 9010 Riggs Road in Adelphi. North American Life Assurance Co. of Toronto provided $1.35 million in permanent mortgage financing to the Adelphi Associates Joint Venture.

* Questar Properties has completed Dogwood Station, an 82,000-square-foot shopping center at the intersection of Rolling and Dogwood roads in Baltimore County. Columbia Design Collective was the architect.

* Luskin's, a regional appliance and electronic store, has leased a 10,000-square-foot store at the Frederick Square shopping center in Frederick for a new operation. Barbara Goldberg and Susan Anderson of Hicks & Rotner Associates Inc. represented the tenant and landlord.

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