Windgate

New Homes

June 21, 1998

Pulte Home Corp. is down to its final 24 homes at Windgate in the Bestgate Road area of Annapolis, where the company is building 167 three-level townhouses with gas cooking, heat and hot water.

A sprinkler system, six-panel Colonial doors, Merrilat brand kitchen cabinets, prewiring for telephones and cable TV are some of the standard features in the Anne Arundel County community.

The Rhodes and the Severn are 2,048-square-foot homes with a starting price of $147,990.

In both models, the lower level houses a laundry area, utility room and space for an optional 19-by-19-foot family room and full bath.

Identical top floors have a master suite with a walk-in closet, 13-by-13-foot bedroom and a private entry to the bathroom, which can also be reached via the hallway. There are two additional bedrooms and a linen closet.

On the middle floor of the Rhodes, there is a foyer, 20-by-11-foot combination living/dining room, powder room and 19-by-13-foot country kitchen with pantry.

The Severn's middle floor has a 20-by-11-foot living room, foyer, 13-by-10-foot dining room and 13-by-9-foot kitchen with pantry.

Models are open from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Take Interstate 695 to Interstate 97 to U.S. 50 east, go left on Bestgate Road half a mile to Windgate on the left.

Builder: Pulte Home Corp.

Phone number: 410-841-6967.

Developer: Elm Street Development.

Base price: $147,990.

Style: Three-level townhouses.

Number of homes: 167

Square-footage: 2,048.

Options: Finished lower level family room ($3,950), end unit ($7,000), cathedral ceiling in all three bedrooms ($1,950), family-room fireplace ($3,090), 18-by-12-foot deck ($3,750).

Please send notices of new models, new construction or proposed developments to: New Homes, Real Estate Section, The Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 21278, or fax the information to 410-783-2517.

Pub Date: 6/21/98

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