Model OpenTiffany WoodsGemcraft Homes is holding a grand...

New Homes

September 22, 1996

Model Open

Tiffany Woods

Gemcraft Homes is holding a grand opening of the Chesterfield, one of nine Colonial homes it is building at Tiffany Woods in Abingdon.

Ninety-five houses will be built in the Harford County community.

A porch and a partial brick front welcome you to the Chesterfield, a 2,238-square-foot dwelling carrying a starting price of $179,900.

The first floor has a two-level foyer, 12-by-16-foot living room, 12-by-14-foot dining room, 13-by-10-foot kitchen, 11-by-8-foot breakfast room, powder room, guest closet, 13-by-17-foot family room and a two-car garage.

Upstairs, the master suite has a 13-by-17-foot bedroom, walk-in closet and bath with dual vanities, linen closet, soaking tub and separate shower.

There are three other bedrooms on the second floor as well as a laundry room, full hall bath and linen closet.

With 1,740 square feet and a base price of $159,900, the Highlander II is the smallest and least expensive home Gemcraft is building at Tiffany Woods.

A foyer, 16-by-11-foot living room, two-car garage, powder room, 11-by-11-foot dining room, 9-by-11-foot kitchen, 9-by-9-foot breakfast nook and 19-by-11-foot family room occupy the entry level.

The second floor has a master suite with a full bath, walk-in closet, linen closet and 16-by-11-foot bedroom.

There are three additional bedrooms and a hall bath with a linen closet.

The sales center is open from noon to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Take I-95 north to Exit 77B (Route 24) and at the first light make a right on Emmerton Road, a right on Abingdon Road, a left on Hookers Mill Road to a right on Tiffany Woods Trail to the model on the left.

Builder: Gemcraft Homes.

Phone number: 515-9880.

Developer: Magness Properties Inc.

Base price: $159,900 to $189,900.

Style: Colonial.

Number of homes: 95.

Lot sizes: Fifth acre to quarter acre.

Square-footage: 1,740 to 2,329.

Options: Bay window ($2,100 to $2,300), wood-burning or gas fireplace ($3,300 to $6,200), 12-by-12-foot deck ($1,600), cathedral ceiling in master bedroom ($1,500), skylight ($600).

Pub Date: 9/22/96

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