Models OpenHickory Hill Estates1. Homes by Sterling has...

New Homes

March 03, 1996

Models Open

Hickory Hill Estates

1. Homes by Sterling has opened a model of the Lady Claire, one of three traditional homes the firm is building on 2- to 6-acre lots at Hickory Hill Estates in Reisterstown.

The Lady Claire has 2,450 square feet of living space, 9-foot ceilings on the first floor and a beginning price of $239,900.

The entry level includes a 16-by-14-foot family room combined with a 19-by-14-foot kitchen with pantry, center work island and breakfast room.

There is a laundry room, 14-by-13-foot living room, 13-by-12-foot dining room, powder room and a foyer with hardwood flooring.

Crown molding decorates the foyer and living and dining rooms. Chair rails are featured in the dining room.

The second-floor master suite has two walk-in closets, a 16-by-15-foot bedroom and a bath with a soaking tub, separate shower, dual vanities, make-up area and privacy toilet.

There is also a two-car garage and unfinished basement.

For a base price of $219,000, the Selene has 2,200 square feet. The first floor has a 15-by-13-foot family room, kitchen, breakfast room, 13-by-5-foot laundry/pantry, 14-by-11-foot dining room, 15-by-12-foot living room, powder room and foyer.

An 11-by-11-foot sitting room, 15-by-16-foot bedroom, walk-in closet, and bath with separate shower, soaking tub and dual vanities make up the second-floor master suite. There are two more bedrooms and a full hall bath with linen closet.

The model can be viewed by appointment from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Take Interstate 695 to U.S. 795 (Northern Expressway) north to Franklin Boulevard West. Franklin Boulevard becomes Church Road. Go 1.3 miles to a left on Campitelli Court.

Builder: Homes by Sterling.

Phone number: (410) 833-8022.

Developer: Sterling Land Co. Inc.

Base prices: $219,000 to $259,900.

Style: Traditional.

Number of homes: 10.

Lot sizes: 2 to 6 acres.

Square-footage: 2,200 to 3,000.

Options: Side load garage with brick ($3,000), extra bay window ($1,950), brick front ($4,800), whirlpool tub ($1,600), finished basement with full bath, recreation room, walk-in closet and storage area ($8,700).

New Section

2. Powers Homes has opened a fifth section at the Estates at Hawk Ridge Farm in Sykesville, where the firm is building 200 homes.

The model at the Carroll County subdivision is the Fonthill, a brick-front Colonial with 2,680 square feet of living space and a beginning price of $236,990.

An 11-by-9-foot library sits between the 15-by-13-foot, two-story living room at the right front of the Fonthill and the 14-by-12-foot rear dining room.

The first floor also has a 10-by-9-foot kitchen with island, 14-by-9-foot breakfast area, 20-by-14-foot family room, powder and utility rooms, and two-car garage.

A bath with soaking tub, separate shower and his and her vanities is in the master suite, which also contains a room-size walk-in closet and a 16-by-14-foot bedroom. Four more bedrooms and a full bath with dual vanities complete the second floor.

At $193,990 for 1,812 square feet, the Providence is the smallest home offered.

A foyer with coat closet, 14-by-12-foot living room, 10-by-10-foot dining room, 15-by-12-foot kitchen-breakfast room, powder room, 16-by-12-foot family room and garage occupy the first floor.

Upstairs, the master suite has a 17-by-12-foot bedroom, walk-in closet and full bath. There are three other bedrooms, a linen closet and a full hall bath.

A full basement is included.

The sales office is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Take I-695 to I-70 north, to Route 32 north, to a left on Springfield Avenue and a right on Third Avenue. Follow signs to the information center.

Builder: Powers Homes.

Phone number: (410) 781-4990.

Developer: Hawk Ridge Associates.

Base prices: $193,990 to $245,990.

Style: Colonial.

Number of homes: 200.

Lot sizes: One-third, one-half acre.

Square-footage: 1,812 to 2,680.

Options: Sun room ($12,500), gas fireplace ($3,900), stone front ($4,000).

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