Wellington Trace

NEW HOMES

January 03, 1999

Masonry Macks Homes Inc. has begun construction at Wellington Trace, a planned community in Frederick where the firm is building 213 single-family homes, 198 traditional townhouses and 154 back-to-back townhouses.

Starting at $174,200 for 1,700 square feet, the Biltmore is the least expensive single-family home offered at Wellington Trace.

A two-story foyer is flanked by a 10-by-11-foot living room and 10-by-11-foot dining room. Completing the entry level are a powder room, guest closet, 16-by-11-foot family room, 17-by-11-foot kitchen and one-car garage.

The second-floor master suite has a walk-in closet, 12-by-12-foot bedroom and full bath with linen closet and double vanity. Two more bedrooms, a linen closet and full hall bath are also on this floor.

A 2,180-square-foot home with a base price of $198,800, the Wakefield II is the fifth largest of the nine floor plans Masonry Macks Homes is offering.

Occupying the first floor are a two-story foyer, 11-by-15-foot living room, 13-by-10-foot dining room, powder and laundry rooms, 16-by-13-foot family room, 17-by-13-foot kitchen with pantry and double garage.

Upstairs, the owner's quarters has his-and-her walk-in closets, a 13-by-19-foot bedroom and full bath with double vanities and linen closet. A linen closet, full hall bath and three additional bedrooms complete this level.

The sales office is open from noon to 6 p.m. daily. Take Interstate 70 west, to Route 355 south, to a right on Route 85 south, to a right on Crestwood Boulevard, to a left on Corporate Drive, to a left on Ballenger Greek Pike, to entrance on the left.

Builder: Masonry Macks Homes Inc.

Phone number: 888-466-3052.

Developer: Chesapeake Residential Properties Inc.

Base price: $174,200 to $215,200.

Style: Colonial, rancher.

Number of homes: 213.

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

Square-footage: 1,700 to 2,606.

Options: Breakfast sun room ($3,300 to $3,480), 9-foot first- floor ceilings (starting at $2,000), laundry chute ($400).

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