Vineyard Oak

New Homes

December 21, 1997

Ryland Homes has opened the final section of 29 homes at Vineyard Oak in Bel Air, where it is building 109 traditional homes on one-third to one-half acre lots that back onto woods or natural resource areas.

Nine-foot first-floor ceilings, brick fronts, lampposts, vinyl windows, six-panel interior doors and gas heat and hot water are some of the standard features in the Harford County community.

One of Ryland's models at Vineyard Oak is the South Hill, which has 3,035 square feet and a beginning price of $291,990.

A 17-by-13-foot living room, two-story foyer, guest closet, 16-by-13-foot dining and double garage occupy the front of the South Hill.

Across the rear are a 13-by-11-foot library, 17-by-15-foot family room, 11-by-9-foot breakfast area, 15-by-9-foot kitchen with pantry and cooking island, and laundry and powder rooms.

Upstairs, the owner's suite has a walk-in closet, 19-by-16-foot bedroom and bath with soaking tub, separate shower, linen closet and dual vanities. There are three additional bedrooms, a linen closet and a full hall bath.

The Hamilton is a 2,350-square-foot home with a base price of $257,990. The living and dining rooms, both 14 by 12 feet, flank the two-story foyer.

A guest closet, powder and laundry rooms, two-car garage, 15-by-14-foot family room, 14-by-10-foot breakfast area and 14-by-12-foot kitchen with pantry complete the first floor.

A 17-by-14-foot bedroom, walk-in closet and bath with linen closet, tub and dual vanities make up the second-floor master suite. There are three other bedrooms, a full hall bath and a linen closet.

The sales office is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. Take Interstate 95 north to a left on Route 543 (toward Churchville) to a left on Frog Leap Way.

Builder: Ryland Homes.

Phone number: 410-893-7451.

Developer: Morris Wolf.

Base price: $248,990 to $291,990.

Style: Traditional.

Number of homes: 109.

Lot sizes: Third-acre to half-acre.

Square-footage: 2,350 to 3,035.

Pub Date: 12/21/97

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