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December 22, 1996

Pre-construction sales

Hollington

Trafalgar House Residential Maryland has begun pre-construction sales at Hollington at Owings Mills New Town, where the firm is building 135 condominiums, some with built-in, direct access one-car garages.

Gas heat, stove and hot water are standard in the Baltimore County community.

At 1,300 square feet, the Copeland is the largest and most expensive ($105,990) of the three-floor plans.

First- and second-floor Copelands have garages, however, those the third floor do not.

To the right of the entry foyer, there is an L-shaped kitchen with a pantry and laundry area, a full bath and a 9-by-13-foot bedroom.

On the right is a 15-by-10-foot dining room, 14-by-11-foot living room, patio, 10-by-9-foot den and master suite with his and hers closets, a second bedroom at 14 by 12 feet and full-shower bath.

The Bogart is the least expensive condo offered with 1,200 square feet and a base price of $84,990.

It has a foyer with coat closet, 17-by-12-foot living room, 11-by-8-foot dining room, kitchen with pantry and laundry area, 12-by-11-foot bedroom, full hall bath and master suite with dual closets, 14-by-12-foot bedroom and a full bath.

The visitors center at Owings Mills New Town is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Take Interstate 695 to I-795 to West Owings Mills Boulevard (Exit 4), to a right on Lakeside Boulevard.

Builder: Trafalgar House Residential Maryland.

Phone number: (410) 356-2582.

Developer: New Town Development Corp. & Ahmanson Residential Development.

Base price: $84,990 to $105,990.

Style: Condominium.

Number of homes: 135.

Square-footage: 1,150 to 1,300.

Options: Gas fireplace ($1,300), security system ($800), Jacuzzi brand whirlpool tub ($2,000), recessed lights ($85 each), automatic garage door opener ($490).

Pointers Overlook

Ryan Homes has begun construction at Pointers Overlook in Clarksville, where 25 Colonial homes will be built on one-third- to one-half-acre lots. Eight wooded homesites have lot premiums ranging from $4,000 to $8,000.

Gas heat and hot water are standard in the Howard County community. Gas cooking and a rough-in for a gas clothes dryer are optional.

The Zachary is a 2,176-square-foot home with a beginning price of $256,990. At the front of the house, there is a 12-by-12-foot living room, entry foyer, powder and laundry rooms, and a two-car garage.

Across the rear is a 12-by-11-foot dining room, 9-by-13-foot kitchen with pantry, 7-by-12-foot dinette and 17-by-13-foot family room.

Upstairs, the master suite has a walk-in closet, 18-by-13-foot bedroom and bath with a linen closet and dual vanities. Three additional bedrooms, a linen closet and a full hall bath complete the second floor.

The Marquette starts at $277,990 for 2,342 square feet. A 10-by-13-foot living room and an 11-by-11-foot dining room flank the two-story entry.

There is a two-car garage, 9-by-11-foot study, guest closet, 15-by-18-foot family room with fireplace, powder room, 8-by-15-foot dinette and 10-by-15-foot kitchen with pantry and work island.

A 16-by-15-foot bedroom, walk-in closet and bath with dual vanities make up the owner's suite. Also on the second floor are a linen closet, full hall bath and three other bedrooms.

The sales center is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Take Interstate 95 south to Route 32 west to a left on Pindell School Road (the first exit after Route 29) to a right on Sanner Road to the information center on the right.

Builder: Ryan Homes.

Phone number: (410) 531-0447 or (301) 854-1337.

Developer: Brantly Management Group.

Base price: $256,990 to $303,990.

Style: Colonial.

Number of homes: 25.

Lot sizes: 1/3 - to 1/2 -acre.

Square-footage: 2,176 to 2,725.

Options: Master bath with soaking tub and separate shower ($2,800), morning or sun room ($7,900 to $12,000), brick front ($6,000 to $9,500), walkout lower level ($2,500), angle bay window ($2,300), skylight ($700).

Pub Date: 12/22/96

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