Wellington Trace

NEW HOMES

January 10, 1999

Masonry Macks Homes Inc. is building 198 traditional townhouses and 154 back-to-back townhouses in this planned community.

The Frederick County development will also include 213 single-family homes, a community center, swimming pool, tot lots, street lights, public sewer and water, and gas heat, cooking and hot water.

The Hampton, a 1,496-square-foot end-unit townhouse with an unfinished lower level, has a base price of $129,900.

On the first floor are a 14-by-20-foot great room, foyer, powder room and 21-by-13-foot country kitchen with pantry.

A walk-in closet, full bath that can be entered via a hallway or suite and 15-by-13-foot bedroom make up the second-floor master suite. There are two other bedrooms and a linen closet.

The Blakely is a three-level, back-to-back townhouse with 1,716 square feet and a base price of $109,990. The houses have no basements or back yards.

A foyer, entry closet, 21-by-16-foot great room, storage area and 12-by-10-foot kitchen with pantry are on the first floor.

Two bedrooms, a full bath, linen closet and laundry room occupy the second floor.

The third floor consist of a master suite with a walk-in closet, 21-by-14-foot bedroom and full bath.

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. Go left on Corporate Drive and left on Ballenger Creek Pike to entrance on the left.

Builder: Masonry Macks Homes Inc.

Phone number: 888-466-3052.

Developer: Chesapeake Residential Properties Inc.

Style: Three-level traditional and back-to-back townhouses.

Number of homes: 352.

Square-footage: 1,360 to 1,716.

Options: Traditional townhouse: sun room ($6,660), finished recreation room ($3,880), vaulted ceiling in master bedroom ($800). Back-to-back townhouse: fireplace ($3,000), porch ($1,370).

Pub Date: 1/10/99

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