Pre-construction salesCastle in the WoodsAmanda Kristine...

New Homes

July 14, 1996

Pre-construction sales

Castle in the Woods

Amanda Kristine, Jaclyn Alexis and Nicolas Alexander are the names of the three floor plans Altieri Homes is offering at Castle in the Woods in Columbia, where the firm is building 51 three-level garage townhomes.

The Howard County homes feature stone fronts, nine-foot interior ceilings, castle-like exterior turrets, sprinkler systems and smoke detectors on each floor.

Each of the floor plans can be built with an exterior dimension of 20 by 36 feet or 20 by 38 feet. Buyers can also choose to have three bedrooms or two master suites.

The Jaclyn Alexis home is entered via the lower level, which has a foyer, coat closet, utility room and one-car garage. A 15-by-15-foot family room is optional.

The second floor has a powder room, 20-by-11-foot living room, 14-by-10-foot dining room, 9-by-7-foot breakfast area and U-shaped kitchen with pantry.

In the two-bedroom layout, each master suite has a walk-in closet, full shower bath and at least 182 square feet of bedroom.

Pricing starts at $139,990 for the base house. A stone front kicks the price up to $146,990.

Castle in the Woods is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday and from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday. The sales center is open only by appointment.

Take Interstate 95 south to Route 175 west, to a right on Route 108 north to the sales office on the right.

Builder: Altieri Homes.

Phone number: (410) 461-9257.

Developer: Altieri Homes.

Base prices: $139,990 to $152,990.

Style: Three-level garage townhome.

Number of homes: 51.

Options: Lower-level powder room ($3,900, laundry tub ($500), fireplace ($2,800 to $7,000), gas logs with gas line ($950), finished lower-level recreation room ($6,250), oak flooring in kitchen ($1,215), separate electrical outlet for freezer ($225).

Model open

Carriage Mill Farm

Oak Hill Properties has opened a model of the Ascot, one of five traditional homes the Sterling, Va., company is building on one-acre-plus lots at Carriage Mill Farm, in the Woodbine area of western Howard County.

A 2,800-square-foot home, the Ascot has a beginning price of $275,000. Flanking the entry foyer, the living and dining rooms are both 13 by 11 feet. Across the rear there is a kitchen, 9-by-11-foot breakfast room, 15-by-15-foot two-story family room and 12-by-12-foot study.

A two-car garage, laundry room and half bath are also on the first level.

Upstairs, the master suite has a 17-by-22-foot bedroom, walk-in closet and bath with soaking tub, separate shower, his-and-her vanities and a privacy toilet.

Three additional bedrooms, a linen closet and full hall bath complete the second floor.

With a starting price of $295,000 for 3,200 square feet, the Saratoga is the largest and most expensive home Oak Hill Properties is building at Carriage Mill Farm.

Front and rear stairs, laundry and powder rooms, a foyer, two-car garage, 16-by-12-foot living room, 11-by-12-foot library, 12-by-15-foot dining room, kitchen with cook island and walk-in pantry, 14-by-11-foot breakfast room and 20-by-14-foot family room occupy the first floor.

Dual walk-in closets, a 12-by-11-foot sitting room, 19-by-14-foot bedroom and bath with soaking tub, his-and-her vanities, linen XTC closet and privacy toilet are in the second-floor owner's suite.

Bedrooms three and four share a bath, while bedroom two is across from the full hall bath.

Builder: Oak Hill Properties.

Phone number: (800) 825-1682.

Developer: Oak Hill Properties.

Base prices: $255,000 to $295,000.

Style: Traditional.

Number of homes: 52

Lot sizes: One acre and up.

Square-footage: 2,500 to 3,200.

Options: Wood-burning fireplace ($2,500 to $6,000), gas fireplace side-entry garage ($6,000), angled bay window ($2,600), jets in tub ($1,750).

Pub Date: 7/14/96

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