Church Point


August 29, 1999

Apple Tree Homes has a model open at its Church Point community in Harford County near Aberdeen.

There are 12 lots available, including several waterfront lots overlooking Bush River.

Public water and sewer and gas heat are standard features for the community.

The model, the Denton, is a 1,250-square-foot split-level that starts at $149,900.

The lower level includes a two-car garage and a full basement that can be finished to include a den, family room and bath for $12,000.

The upper level includes a 12-by-15-foot living room, 19-by-13-foot country kitchen, 15-by-13-foot master bedroom with bath, 10-by-13-foot bedroom, 10-by-12-foot bedroom and another bath.

There are six other floor plans available.

They range from the Hopkins, a 1,050-square-foot rancher that starts at $138,990, to the Macintosh, a 2,600-square-foot, two-story Colonial that starts at $205,990.

The model is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

To get to Church Point, take Interstate 95 north. Bear right at Exit 80, Route 543 south. Turn right on Route 40 east.

Turn right on Spesutia Road. Follow Spesutia Road for 1.5 miles to a right on Perryman Road. Make another immediate right again after Perryman Road.

Follow Perryman Road for three-quarters of a mile.

Turn right on Canninghouse Road and proceed directly to the model home.

Builder: Apple Tree Homes

Phone number: 410-575-5850

Developer: Apple Tree Homes

Base price: $149,990

Style: Split-level

Number of units: 12

Square footage: 1,250

Options: wood-burning fireplace ($2,700), cathedral ceiling in master bedroom ($800), skylights ($795)

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