Ashleigh Knolls

New Homes

October 11, 1998

Winchester Homes Inc. has two lots and two "spec" homes remaining at Ashleigh Knolls, one of the fastest-selling single-family communities in Howard County in 1997 and 1998, according to statistics compiled by Meyers Housing Data Reports.

Standard features in the Clarksville community include two-zone gas heat, 9-foot first-floor ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace in the family room, brick fronts, chair rails and crown molding.

The Chelsea II is Winchester's model at Ashleigh Knolls, starting at $374,990 for 3,200 square feet on the first and second floors and an unfinished basement.

At the front of the house is a two-car garage, 12-by-14-foot dining room, two-story foyer, guest closet and 12-by-16-foot living room. Across the rear is a laundry room, 9-by-13-foot kitchen with cooking island and walk-in pantry, 15-by-20-foot family room with masonry fireplace, 11-by-10-foot library and powder room.

Two walk-in closets, a 9-by-12-foot sitting room, 18-by-13-foot bedroom, and bath with soaking tub, separate shower, linen closet, dual vanities and privacy toilet make up the second-floor suite. There are three other bedrooms (one with private bath), a linen closet and full hall bath.

One model under construction is the Newbury, a 2,977-square-foot home with a base price of $352,990. A two-car garage, 11-by-12-foot study, two-story foyer with guest closet and 11-by-15-foot living room are in front. To the rear are a 19-by-16-foot family room, 9-by-14-foot breakfast area, 12-by-14-foot kitchen with walk-in pantry, laundry and powder rooms, and 11-by-14-foot dining room.

The sales office is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Take Interstate 95 south to Route 32 west, to a left on Pindell School Road and a right on Simpson Road to Ashleigh Knolls on the left.

Builder: Winchester Homes Inc.

Phone number: 301-854-0778.

Base price: $342,990 to $406,990.

Style: Traditional.

Number of homes: 130.

Lot sizes: Three-quarter acre.

Square-footage: 2,500 to 3,700.

Options: Gas fireplace ($1,000), hardwood floors, 12-by-20-foot deck with steps off breakfast room ($3,875).

Pub Date: 10/11/98

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