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September 24, 1995

Grand opening

Tidewater Colony of Annapolis

Tidewater Colony of Annapolis is continuing the grand opening today of the two townhome models built by Sturbridge Homes.

Saturday and Sunday the community will mark the opening of the six condominium floor plans -- three have garages and private elevators -- offered by Scott Family Homes.

A gated community, Tidewater Colony is two miles from Annapolis Mall and the city dock. The development will have a tennis court, swimming pool, barbecue area, two tot lots and a clubhouse housing an exercise room and great room with a kitchen, fireplace and bar.

Eighteen of the neighborhood's 40 acres will become a paved hiking trail and a nature preserve.

To visit either sales office, take the Beltway to I-97 south to U.S. 50 east, to Exit 21 and turn left. Go about a quarter-mile to a left on Bestgate Road and a left onto Lawrence Avenue.

Sturbridge Homes' Annapolis model

Sturbridge is building 110 three-level townhomes, including 62 inside the gated area. The Annapolis starts at $137,300 and the Brice begins at $135,900.

Both houses have 1,400 square feet of living space which increases to 2,080 with the optional finished lower level and 2,430 if you add the loft over the master bedroom.

Off the foyer in the Annapolis is a 10-by-12-foot kitchen, with an 8-by-8-foot dining room in the center of the home. Across the rear is an 11-by-13-foot sunken living room.

A powder room and coat closet complete the entry level.

On the second floor, there is a 13-by-15-foot master bedroom with walk-in closet and private bath with a soaking tub and separate shower. There are two additional bedrooms and a full hall bath.

A foyer with coat closet, 20-by-12-foot living-dining room combination, 8-by-13-foot kitchen, 11-by-14-foot breakfast area, coat closet and powder room occupy the first floor of the Brice.

Upstairs is a 13-by-15-foot master bedroom with walk-in closet,

two other bedrooms and a full hall bath.

A laundry area is in the unfinished basement of both houses.

Builder: Sturbridge Homes.

Phone number: (410) 573-1088.

Developer: Tidewater Colony Limited Partnership.

Base prices: $135,900 to $137,300.

Style: Three-level townhome.

Number of homes: 110.

Lot sizes: Not applicable.

Square-footage: 2,080.

Options: Intercom ($600), 42-inch kitchen cabinets ($600), 10-by-12-foot deck ($2,100), lower level den ($2,340), lower level shower bath ($2,400), lower level recreation room ($3,200), gas fireplace ($3,700), end unit ($4,500), brick on side of end unit ($7,000), master bedroom loft ($12,000).

Scott Family Homes' Peggy Stewart model

With 1,000 square feet of living space and a starting price of $123,900, the two-level Peggy Stewart is the smallest and least expensive of the elevator units.

A one-car garage and entry to the lift is on the first level. The main floor has a 14-by-11-foot living room, 10-by-13-foot kitchen with pantry, 10-by-9-foot dining room, 9-by-9-foot library, front and rear exits, powder room, coat closet and master suite with a 10-by-14-foot bedroom, laundry center, closets and a full bath with double vanity.

The four-level Charles Carroll is the largest and most expensive garage model with 1,665 square feet and a base price of $185,900.

Level one contains an oversized garage with two storage areas and the elevator. On the entry level there is a coat closet, staircase and the lift.

On the penthouse level there are front and rear exits, a balcony, the elevator, 11-by-15-foot family room, 11-by-13-foot kitchen, 9-by-10-foot dining room and 9-by-13-foot living room.

Upstairs there is a laundry center and two master bedrooms, each with a full bath. One bedroom is 19 by 14 feet, the other is 10 by 12 feet.

Builder: Scott Family Homes.

Phone number: (410) 573-4990.

Developer: Tidewater Colony Limited Partnership.

Base prices: $108,900 to $185,900.

Style: Condominium.

Number of homes: 222.

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