Under ConstructionGunpowder PointeGemcraft Homes has begun...

New Homes

March 30, 1997

Under Construction

Gunpowder Pointe

Gemcraft Homes has begun construction at Gunpowder Pointe in the Joppatowne area of Harford County. The firm is planning to build 25 traditional and split-level homes on one-fifth- to one-quarter-acre lots. Gas heat is standard.

The Chesapeake is a 1,452-square-foot, three-level home with a base price of $125,900.

On the entry level there is a 14-by-14-foot living room with guest closet, 9-by-10-foot dining room and 8-by-10-foot kitchen.

A 12-by-14-foot master bedroom with a walk-in closet shares the top level with two other bedrooms, a linen closet and a full hall bath.

The 22-by-24-foot lower level houses the laundry room and finished family room.

A two-story traditional, the Santa Fe starts at $157,900 for 1,668 square feet.

The first floor has a two-story foyer, coat closet, powder room, 11-by-11-foot living room, 13-by-11-foot dining room, 15-by-13-foot kitchen/breakfast room with pantry, 16-by-14-foot family room, powder room and two-car garage.

Upstairs, the master suite has a walk-in closet, 17-by-12-foot bedroom and bath with dual vanities and a linen closet.

There are two additional bedrooms, a linen closet and a full hall bath.

A five-bedroom Santa Fe can be had for $166,000.

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

Take U.S. 40 East to a right on Enfield Road, to a left on Joppa Crossing Way to the sales center on the right.

Builder: Gemcraft Homes Inc.

Phone number: 410-679-0792.

Developer: Dave Adler.

Base price: $125,900 to $157,900.

Style: Split-level, traditional.

Number of homes: 25.

Lot sizes: one-fifth to one-quarter-acre.

Square-footage: 1,438 to 2,238.

Options: Wood-burning or gas fireplace ($3,300 to $6,200), bay window ($2,100 to $2,300), skylight ($600), kitchen work island ($550).

Pub Date: 3/30/97

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