Villages of Winterset

New Homes

June 28, 1998

Firetti Construction Group Inc. has 14 lots remaining at the Villages of Winterset, the Owings Mills community where the firm is building transitional homes with gas heat and hot water on one-eighth-acre lots.

Nine-foot first-floor ceilings and 42-inch kitchen cabinets are also standard in the award-winning Baltimore County development.

Firetti's model is the Greenbrier, which has 2,350 square feet and a base price of $197,900.

On the first floor are a double garage, covered entry-porch, two-story foyer, 13-by-10-foot living room, 13-by-10-foot dining room, 11-by-9-foot study, coat closet, powder room, 17-by-14-foot family room and 19-by-11-foot kitchen with pantry.

A walk-in closet, 14-by-16-foot bedroom and full bath with linen closet make up the second-floor master suite.

A laundry room, full hall bath and three more bedrooms complete the top level.

The Shenandoah starts at $189,900 for 2,111 square feet. A two-car garage, foyer, powder room, 11-by-13-foot living room, fTC 10-by-12-foot-dining room, 16-by-13-foot kitchen with pantry and 15-by-13-foot family room occupy the first floor.

Upstairs, the owners' quarters have a 12-by-16-foot bedroom and full bath with linen closet. There are three other bedrooms, a laundry area and full hall bath.

Both homes have unfinished basements.

The sales center is open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Take Interstate 695 to I-795 north to Owings Mills Boulevard west, go right on Lakeside Boulevard, left on New Town Boulevard and right on Avatar Lane to the model on the left.

Builder: Firetti Construction Group Inc.

Phone number: 410-602-1290.

Developer: Summerhill Development Corp.

Base price: $176,900 to $197,900.

Style: Transitional.

Number of homes: 14.

Lot sizes: Eighth-acre.

Square-footage: 1,900 to 2,400.

Options: Gas fireplace ($3,650), 2-story stacked stone chimney ($1,995), deluxe owners' bath ($3,675).

Pub Date: 6/28/98

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