Clarksville Hunt

New Homes

October 18, 1998

Toll Brothers Inc. has begun pre-construction sales at Clarksville Hunt in Clarksville, where the firm is building 160 traditional homes with Colonial, Federal, New England or provincial fronts.

Public sewer and water, gas heat, cooking and hot water, 42-inch kitchen cabinets, crown molding and chair rails in living and dining rooms are some of the standard features in the Howard County community.

One of the models to be built at Clarksville Hunt is the Richmond, a 2,850-square-foot home with a starting price of $323,975.

The first floor includes three two-story spaces: a 13-by-13-foot living room, foyer and 19-by-13-foot family room with wood-burning fireplace.

Also on this level are a 11-by-10-foot study, powder and laundry rooms, 13-by-11-foot dining room, 24-by-13-foot kitchen/breakfast area with pantry and double garage.

Upstairs, the master suite has a sitting area, 20-by-16-foot bedroom, walk-in closet and bath with soaking tub, dual vanities and separate shower. There are three other bedrooms and a full hall bath with a linen closet.

The second model will be the Columbia that starts at $342,975 for 3,200 square feet.

Flanking the two-story entry are a 16-by-14-foot living room and 12-by-11-foot study. There are also laundry and powder rooms, a 15-by-12-foot dining room, 20-by-15-foot kitchen with island and pantry, 20-by-15-foot sunken family room and dual garage.

The second-floor owner's quarters has a 22-by-18-foot bedroom, sitting area, walk-in closet and bath with separate shower, double vanity and soaking tub. Three additional bedrooms, a linen closet and full hall bath complete the second floor.

The sales center is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Take Interstate 695 to Interstate 95 south, to Route 32 west to a left on Pindell School Road to a left on Sanner Road.

Builder: Toll Brothers Inc.

Phone number: 410-531-8400.

Base price: $314,975 to $367,975.

Style: Traditional.

Number of homes: 160.

Lot sizes: One-quarter to one-half acre.

Square-footage: 2,600 to 3,400.

Options: Gas fireplace ($1,400), oak stairs and railings ($2,200), breakfast area greenhouse ($3,900).

Pub Date: 10/18/98

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