Under ConstructionMayfield WoodsInterstate Ventures has...

New Homes

June 09, 1996

Under Construction

Mayfield Woods

Interstate Ventures has begun construction at Mayfield Woods, where the company is building what it calls "affordable custom homes" with gas heat on quarter-acre lots in northwestern Baltimore County.

Buyers of the 68 lots have a choice of 30 home plans, which can be modified by Interstate's "associated architect."

Interstate also provides financial counseling for homebuyers who request it.

The Potomac B is a 2,000-square-foot, two-story home with a starting price of $187,000. A powder room is to the left of the two-level entry foyer and an 11-by-11-foot dining room is on the right.

A 17-by-11-foot living room, 17-by-17-foot kitchen/breakfast room and 11-by-13-foot family room occupy the rear of the first floor.

Two closets, a dressing area, 14-by-16-foot bedroom and full bath with a soaking tub, separate shower and dual vanities make up the second-floor master suite.

Three other bedrooms, a linen closet and a full hall bath are also on this level.

There is a single-car garage and an unfinished basement.

A split-level, the Monocacy starts at $163,700 for 1,550 square feet. A 14-by-16-foot living room, 7-by-11-foot dining room and 8-by-20-foot country kitchen with pantry are on the entry level.

On the sleeping level, the master suite has a walk-in closet, 13-by-15-foot bedroom and full bath with dual vanity. A full hall bath and two additional bedrooms complete this area.

A laundry area, storage and half bath are on the lower level, which can have an optional family room. Another option is a 20-by-31-foot basement.

Builder: Interstate Ventures.

Phone number: (410) 879-4242.

Developer: Interstate Ventures.

Base prices: $138,995 to $215,000.

Style: Split-level, Colonial, traditional.

Number of homes: 68.

Lot sizes: One-quarter acre.

Square footage: 1,400 and up.

Options: Gas fireplace ($3,900), deck ($17 per square foot), laundry tub ($150), security system ($500).

Pub Date: 6/09/96

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