FairwindsMasonry Macks Homes Inc. is building Colonial and...

New Homes

August 23, 1998


Masonry Macks Homes Inc. is building Colonial and ranch-style homes at Fairwinds, in the Ijamsville area of Frederick County.

A total of 46 homes with gas heat and hot water will be built on 1-acre and 1 1/2 -acre wooded lots.

The Manchester A Plus is a two-story Colonial with 3,264 square feet and a beginning price of $279,400.

Housed in the left wing of the first floor is the owner's suite, which has a 21-by-17-foot bedroom, walk-in closet, dressing area with dual vanities and bath with soaking tub and separate shower.

Also on the entry level are a 14-by-15-foot living room, foyer, 13-by-11-foot dining room, powder/laundry room, 18-by-13-foot family room, 15-by-11-foot kitchen and two-car garage.

Upstairs there is a second master suite with a 13-by-18-foot bedroom, walk-in closet and bath with separate shower, dual vanities and soaking tub.

Three additional bedrooms and a full hall bath complete the second floor.

The Wilmont is a 1,665-square-foot rancher with a base price of $230,400.

There are a 13-by-11-foot living room, 13-by-10-foot dining room, 14-by-11-foot kitchen/breakfast room, 17-by-15-foot great room, two family bedrooms, full hall bath, laundry room and master suite with walk-in closet, 15-by-11-foot bedroom and full bath with double vanity.

Take Interstate 70 west to Route 75 north. Go a quarter-mile to Route 144 west.

Drive through the town of New Market, turn left on Mussetter Drive.

Proceed two-thirds of a mile to model on Royal St. Andrews Court.

The model is open Saturday through Wednesday from noon to 6 p.m.

Builder: Masonry Macks Homes Inc.

Phone number: 888-466-3096.

Base price: $222,050 to $257,250.

Style: Colonial, rancher.

Number of homes: 46.

Lot sizes: 1-acre to 1 1/2 -acre.

Square-footage: 1,665 to 3,264.

Options: Gas fireplace ($3,500), side-load garage ($2,000), sun room ($17,500).

Pub Date: 8/23/98

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