Pine Meadows

New Homes

March 23, 1997

Five different neo-traditional floor plans are offered at Pine Meadows in Ellicott City, where H. R. Jenkins is building 15 homes on one-third-acre lots with gas heat.

The model in the Howard County development is the Saratoga Park, a 2,485-square-foot home with a starting price of $293,900. Seven homes are available in the final section.

This open floor plan has a two-story foyer with dual coat closets. At the left is an 11-by-13-foot dining room. On the right are an 11-by-13-foot living room, 11-by-10-foot library and 15-by-19-foot family room with fireplace.

A two-car garage, mud/laundry room, powder room, 10-by-11-foot kitchen with work island and pantry and a 9-by-13-foot breakfast room complete the entry level.

The second-floor owner's suite has a 15-by-19-foot bedroom, walk-in closet and bath with a soaking tub, linen closet, dual vanities and separate shower. There are three additional bedrooms and a full hall bath with a linen closet.

The Brandywine is a four-bedroom home with 2,070 square feet and a base price of $270,900.

The first floor has a 15-by-16-foot living room, foyer with coat closet, two-car garage, 10-by-12-foot dining room, 9-by-12-foot kitchen, 7-by-14-foot breakfast nook, powder room and 21-by-13-foot family room.

A 16-by-12-foot bedroom, walk-in closet and bath with a soaking tub, dual vanities, linen closet and separate shower comprise the second-floor master suite.

Three other bedrooms, a linen closet and a full hall bath are also on the top floor.

The model is open from 11: 30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday through Wednesday. Take U.S. 40 West to a right on Boones Lane, to the sales center on the right.

Builder: H. R. Jenkins Inc.

Phone number: 410-750-7456.

Developer: Land Design Development Inc.

Base price: $270,900 to $320,900.

Style: Neo-traditional.

Number of homes: 15.

Lot sizes: One-third acre.

Square-footage: 2,070 to 3,237.

Options: Third floor in Saratoga Park ($27,900), walk-in bay window ($2,730), brick front ($2,295), wraparound front porch ($3,795).

Pub Date: 3/23/97

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