MODELS OPENGunview Farm1. Ryan Homes has opened a model of...

NEW HOMES

March 05, 1995

MODELS OPEN

Gunview Farm

1. Ryan Homes has opened a model of the Chandler at Gunview Farm, a 47-unit development in Perry Hall, Baltimore County.

The community is adjacent to Gunpowder State Park. A few homes are next to the park, while about half abut open space.

The Chandler is a 1,961-square-foot, four-bedroom Colonial, with base price of $198,900.

The entrance leads into a foyer, with an 11-by-10-foot living room on the left and a two-car garage on the right. Also on the first floor is an 11-by-10-foot dining room, a 10-by-13-foot kitchen with an adjacent 8-by-13-foot dinette and a 13-by-15-foot family room. There also is a powder room and laundry room.

On the second floor there is 12-by-17-foot master bedroom with master bath and walk-in closet. There also are three other bedrooms and a hall bathroom.

The model is open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays and 11 a.m. to 6 on weekends.

To get to the model, take the Beltway to Belair Road (Exit 32B), go north about five miles, turn left onto Schroeder Avenue, go one mile to community on left.

* Builder: Ryan Homes.

* Phone number: (410) 529-0431.

* Developer: A. R. Guidice.

* Base prices: $183,900 to $218,900.

* Style: Colonial.

* Number of homes: 47.

* Lot sizes: One-quarter to one-third acre.

* Square-footage: 1,850 to 2,320.

* Options: Wood-burning fireplace ($3,600), upgraded master bath with whirlpool ($3,800), bay window ($2,300), 9-foot ceilings on first floor ($2,100), two-foot extension to garage ($1,000).

Appler in Littlestown

S&A Custom Built Homes has opened models of the three single-family homes the firm is offering at the Appler Development in Littlestown, Pa., about 30 miles north of Baltimore.

When completed in about five years, the Appler Development will include 300 homes, a community swimming pool, walking and hiking trails and a day-care center. All homes will have gas heat and hot water and public water and sewer.

With a starting price of $124,500 for 1,620 square feet of living space, the two-story Meade is the largest and most expensive home in the Pennsylvania community.

The first floor has a 12-by-14-foot living room, 12-by-12-foot dining room, kitchen and powder room, 12-by-17-foot family room, and laundry room.

Upstairs there is a 12-by-14-foot master bedroom with walk-in closet, two more bedrooms and a full bath.

The house also has a one-car garage and an unfinished basement.

The Sherman, a three-bedroom Cape Cod, costs $122,500 with 1,340 square feet. The master bedroom is on the first floor. The Sheridan, a three-bedroom rancher, costs $122,000 with 1,200 square feet.

* Builder: S&A Custom Built Homes.

* Phone number: (800) 220-7115.

* Developer: Edward Smariga.

* Base prices: $104,900 to $125,400.

* Style: Rancher, Cape Cod, colonial.

* Number of homes: 261.

* Lot sizes: One-sixth acre.

* Square-footage: 1,250 to 1,620.

* Options: Gas central air conditioning ($1,300), wood-burning fireplace ($3,600), gas fireplace ($1,260), stationary skylight ($435).

Please send notices of new models, new construction or proposed developments to: New Homes, Real Estate Section, The Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore 21278, or fax the information to 783-2517.

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