Villages of Homeland East

New Homes

September 20, 1998

Homeland Development LLC has opened the final 32-home section at the Villages of Homeland East, where the firm is building three-level garage townhouses with brick-fronts, wainscot and color-coordinated stucco exteriors in North Baltimore.

The Alcott is a 1,600-square-foot home starting at $127,990. The entry level has a one-car garage with automatic opener, coat closet, laundry area and mechanical room. A powder room and 19-by-15-foot family room are optional.

A 16-by-10-foot front kitchen, powder room, 16-by-9-foot dining room and 19-by-12-foot living room are on the first floor.

The second-floor master suite has a 16-by-12-foot bedroom with tray ceiling, his-and-her closets and a full bath. The second bedroom is 14 feet by 11 feet and has a walk-in closet and private bath.

Starting at $141,990, the Dulaney consists of 1,800 square feet. A single-car garage, coat closet, and laundry and mechanical areas are on the entry level. There is space for an optional 21-by-12-foot recreation room.

The first floor houses a 17-by-11-foot living room, powder room, 18-by-9-foot dining room, 12-by-11-foot rear kitchen and 11-by-8-foot breakfast room.

Upstairs, the owner's quarters has a walk-in closet, tray ceiling, 15-by-11-foot bedroom and bath with dual vanities. There is a 16-by-11-foot second bedroom, linen closet and hall bath.

Either home can be built with three bedrooms. All have gas cooking, heat and hot water, smoke detectors and a sprinkler system, double-glazed insulated vinyl windows with screens and water-saver shower heads, toilets and faucets. The monthly condo fee is $80.

The sales office is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Take Charles Street north to a right on Homeland Avenue, turn right into the gated community and follow signs to sales center.

Builder: Homewood Development LLC.

Phone number: 410-435-5334.

Developer: Homewood Development LLC.

Base price: $127,990 to $141,990.

Style: Three-level garage townhouse.

Number of homes: 32.

Square-footage: 1,600 to 1,800.

Pub Date: 9/20/98

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