Wormald wins two awards for Frederick Co. modelsThe...

Industry Digest

October 26, 1997

Wormald wins two awards for Frederick Co. models

The Wormald Development Co., received a first place and an honorable mention award for two of its models in Frederick County at the 1997 Finest for Family Living Awards given out last week. The awards judge entries from builders in Maryland, Washington and Virginia.

Chosen as a first-place recipient in the $140,000 to $180,000 condominium category was the Essex at Park Place at Worman's Mill. Park Place is a new luxury, four-story elevator building.

Capturing an honorable mention award in the $135,000 to $170,000 townhouse category was the Cambridge model at Village Green at Worman's mill. The townhouse is 25 feet in width and offers two-car garages with custom brick driveways.

Chateau to have Fall Fun Festival

Chateau Builders will have a Fall Fun Festival today at Stonegate at Patapsco, where the firm has opened two decorated three-level townhouses. There will be entertainment featuring a clown, face painting and free pumpkins and pumpkin decorating for children.

Gas heat, six-panel interior doors, ventilated closet shelving, and smoke detection and fire sprinkler systems are some of the standard features at Stonegate, which is next to Patapsco State Park.

Prices start at $104,990 for a 1,320-square-foot home with three bedrooms and a one-car garage.

The sales office is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Take Interstate 695 to Security Boulevard west, to a left on Rolling Road, then a right on Fairbrook Road, then a left on Johnnycake Road, to the sales center on the left.

Chapel Valley is double winner in awards program

Chapel Valley Landscape Co. was a double winner in the 28th Annual Environmental Improvement Awards Program sponsored by the Associated Landscape Contractors of America.

Chapel Valley won a Grand Award in the Residential Design/Build category for "The Kelly Residence" in Olney and a Merit Award in the Commercial Maintenance judging for "Post Corners." The two projects also earned the Woodbine firm two Grand Awards and a Distinction Award in the Excellence in Landscape competition.

News in brief

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. said its Severna Park office received an award from the American Heart Association for raising $2,855 during the Second Annual Long & Foster Teleparty campaign early this year. Long & Foster's Maryland region collected more than $60,000 for heart research and educational programs.

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn Realtors said Stephanie Appler, a sales associate with the Hampstead office earned the Accredited Buyer Representative designation from the National Association of Realtors. Appler also holds the Certified Residential Specialist and Graduate Realtors Institute titles.

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn Realtors said Debra L. Barrett, a sales associate with its Reisterstown office, earned the Accredited Buyer Representative designation from the National Association of Realtors. Barrett also holds the Certified Residential Specialist and Graduate Realtors Institute designations.

Pub Date: 10/26/97

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