Welsches Cradle

New Homes

September 21, 1997

Mount Bay Homes is building three different traditional homes at Welsches Cradle in the historic district of Glyndon in Baltimore County. A total of 34 homes with gas heat, cooking and hot water systems will be built on eighth-acre lots.

The model at Welsches Cradle is the Chatterly, with a base price of $195,900 for 2,010 square feet of living space.

A one-car garage, foyer, 14-by-11-foot living room, 11-by-11-foot dining room, guest closet and a powder room make up the front of the house.

At the rear are a 9-by-12-foot kitchen, 8-by-12-foot breakfast room and two-story, 15-by-15-foot family room.

A walk-in closet, 14-by-15-foot bedroom and full bath are part of the second-floor master suite. Two other bedrooms, a linen closet and a full hall bath are also on this level.

The largest home offered is the Chesapeake, with 2,140 square feet and a base price of $204,900.

On the first floor are a two-car garage, foyer, 11-by-12-foot living room, 11-by-11-foot dining room, 11-by-10-foot kitchen, 10-by-12-foot breakfast room, 16-by-12-foot two-level family room, linen closet and laundry and powder rooms.

Upstairs, the master suite has a 19-by-12-foot bedroom, walk-in closet, bath with a soaking tub, dual vanities and separate shower. There are three additional bedrooms, a linen closet and a full hall bath.

The Brandywine is a three-bedroom, two-bath, 1,860-square-foot home that starts at $189,900.

The model is open from 11: 30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday through Wednesday.

Take Interstate 695 to I-795 north past Route 30 and right on Sacred Heart Lane. The model on the left.

Builder: Mount Bay Homes.

Phone number: 410-526-4734.

Developer: Sargent Development Corp.

Base price: $189,900 to $204,900.

Style: Traditional.

Number of homes: 34.

Lot sizes: One-eighth acre.

Square-footage: 1,860 to 2,140.

Options: Fireplace ($3,875 to $4,800), bay window ($1,500 to $2,700), deck ($1,000 to $2,900).

Pub Date: 9/21/97

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