New Market West

NEW HOMES

September 26, 1999

Masonry Homes has two townhouse models available in New Market West.

The townhouse and single-family home community in Frederick County features tot lots and open spaces.

There are two models available in interior and end-of-group floor plans: the Gatehouse, which starts at $121,200 for 1,252 square feet, and the Carriage House, which starts at $122,000 for 1,264 square feet.

The Gatehouse, a two-story townhouse, has a 12-by-9-foot kitchen, 20-by-19-foot great room, foyer and powder room on the first floor.

The second floor consists of a 10-by-9-foot study, 9-by-10-foot bedroom, bathroom and a 14-by-10-foot master bedroom with master bath and walk-in closet.

The Carriage House is a split-foyer style townhouse. The first floor consists of an 11-by-10-foot kitchen, 20-by-19-foot great room, foyer and powder room.

The second floor features a 11-by-9-foot bedroom, 9-by-9-foot study, bathroom and a 16-by-11-foot master bedroom with bathroom.

End-of-group floor plans include slightly larger kitchens and additional windows.

The models are open noon until 6 p.m. daily and until 8 p.m. Tuesdays.

To get to New Market West, take Interstate 70 to Exit 62 toward New Market. Take Route 75 North one-quarter mile to a left at Route 144 West. Drive through New Market. Turn right on Royal Oak Drive. Continue straight and the models are on the right.

Builder: Masonry Homes Inc.

Phone number: 800-262-3899 or 301-831-9956

Developer: Frall Developers

Base price: $121,200 and $122,000

Style: Townhouse

Number of units: 20

Square footage: 1,252 and 1,264

Options: finished basement ($6,000), finished half-bath in basement ($2,400), brick front ($2,450 for Gatehouse, $3,190 for Carriage House), gas fireplace ($3,000)

Notices of new models, new construction or proposed developments can be sent in the following ways: Mailing address: The Baltimore Sun, Real Estate Section, Fifth Floor, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21278-0001. Fax: 410-783-2517. E-mail: real.estate@baltsun.com

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