Meadow Ridge

New Homes

November 09, 1997

Macks Homes has opened a model of the Montgomery, one of eight floor plans offered at Meadow Ridge in Westminster where the firm is building 77 homes on quarter-acre to third-acre lots.

Public water and sewer, unfinished basements, six-panel Colonial interior doors, and gas cooking, heating and hot water are some of the standard features in the Carroll County development.

The Montgomery starts at $194,990 for 2,248 square feet. The first floor has a two-story foyer, 13-by-14-foot living room, 12-by-14-foot dining room, 16-by-16-foot kitchen with work island and pantry, 19-by-14-foot family room, laundry and powder rooms and two-car garage.

Upstairs, the master suite has a 14-by-17-foot bedroom, walk-in closet, and bath with a soaking tub, dual vanities and separate shower.

Three more bedrooms, a linen closet and a hall bath complete the second floor.

The Fallstaff is a 1,714-square-foot rancher with a base price of $187,990. At the front of the house are a 10-by-10-foot library, foyer, 11-by-13-foot dining room and double garage.

There are also a 17-by-16-foot great room, 12-by-16-foot kitchen/breakfast room with work island and pantry, a 10-by-11-foot bedroom and an owner's suite with a 13-by-16-foot bedroom, his-and-her walk-in closet and bath with dual vanities, separate shower and soaking tub.

The sales office is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday through Wednesday.

Take Interstate 795 to Route 140 through Westminster, to a left on Route 31, right on Uniontown Road and right on Rockland Road.

Builder: Macks Homes.

Phone number: 410-876-4111.

Developer: Meadow Ridge Development Inc.

Base price: $175,990 to $199,990.

Style: Rancher, traditional, Colonial.

Number of homes: 77.

Lot sizes: One-quarter to one-third acre.

Square-footage: 1,714 to 2,484.

Options: Bay window ($1,998), 9-foot first-floor ceiling ($2,900), sun room ($2,790), wood-burning or gas fireplace (from $2,795), deck (from $1,995).

Pub Date: 11/09/97

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