FINAL FOURFox ValleyAltieri Homes is down to its final...

New Homes

April 27, 1997

FINAL FOUR

Fox Valley

Altieri Homes is down to its final four lots at Fox Valley in West Friendship, where the company is building 13 Colonial, traditional or transitional homes with gas heat and hot water.

Brick fronts, Corian kitchen counter tops, laundry tubs, six-panel interior doors, full-masonry fireplaces and backup heat pumps are some of the standard features it offers in the Howard County community.

Altieri's model at Fox Valley is the Cornell, a 4,000-square-foot Colonial with a base price of $451,990.

A master suite with his and her walk-in closets, a 19-by-14-foot bedroom with cathedral ceiling and a bath with dual vanities, a soaking tub, separate shower and privacy toilet occupy the left wing of the Cornell.

At the center of the home there is a two-level grand foyer with a powder room and guest closet, 15-by-12-foot living room, 15-by-14-foot dining room, 15-by-13-foot kitchen with a pantry and cooking island and 15-by-12-foot breakfast area.

The right wing houses a three-car, side-entry garage, laundry room, closet and 21-by-15-foot two-story family room with a wood-burning fireplace.

On the second floor there are four bedrooms, two full baths and a linen closet.

One of the transitional homes offered is the Connecticut, which starts at $363,990 for 2,800 square feet.

The sales office is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from noon to 6 p.m. Take Interstate 695 to I-70 west to Route 32 south, to Fox Valley entrance on the right.

Builder: Altieri Homes.

Phone number: 410-442-0050.

Developer: Land Design Development.

Base price: $299,990 to $496,990.

Style: Colonial, traditional, transitional.

Number of homes: 13.

Lot sizes: One acre.

Square-footage: 2,700 to 5,200.

Options: Deck ($15 square foot), sun room ($14,900), wiring for security system, computers, media room (varies).

Pub Date: 4/27/97

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