Glyndon MewsAshley Custom Homes has opened a model of the...

New Homes

May 31, 1998

Glyndon Mews

Ashley Custom Homes has opened a model of the Alcott II at Glyndon Mews in the Worthington Valley section of Baltimore County, where the firm is building 22 Victorian-style homes on XTC lots of one-quarter to one-third acre. Twelve homes have been sold.

The Alcott II starts at $276,500 for 2,586 square feet. On the first floor are a two-story foyer with coat closet, 12-by-16-foot living room, double garage, powder and laundry rooms, 12-by-13-foot dining room, 11-by-13-foot kitchen with work island and pantry, 8-by-13-foot breakfast room and 16-by-17-foot family room with fireplace.

A walk-in closet, 13-by-18-foot bedroom and full bath with separate shower, soaking tub and dual vanities make up the second-floor master suite. There are three other bedrooms, a linen closet and a hall bath.

The Coventry has 2,750 square feet and a beginning price of $281,500. With a wraparound front porch, the price rises to $285,500.

A 15-by-16-foot living room, dual-level foyer, coat closet, 10-by-11-foot den, two-car garage, laundry and powder rooms, 12-by-14-foot dining room, 12-by-13-foot kitchen with work island, 10-by-10-foot breakfast area and 20-by-13-foot family room with fireplace occupy the first floor.

Upstairs, the owner's suite contains two closets, a 16-by-18-foot bedroom and full bath with soaking tub, double vanities and separate shower.

The sales office is open from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday through Wednesday. Take Interstate 795 north to Butler Road east, to a right on Central Avenue and left into the community.

Builder: Ashley Custom Homes.

Phone number: 410-833-8300.

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Pub Date: 5/31/98

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