November 28, 1999

Jacobsen Homes has nine floor plans available at Lyndonbrook in Howard County.

The community features gas heat.

The model, the Radisson, starts at $369,990 for 2,716 square feet and a 1-acre lot.

The first floor features a two-story foyer, powder room, 12-by-13-foot dining room, large kitchen and breakfast area, 19-by-24-foot two-story family room, 13-by-18-foot master suite with master bath and walk-in closet, and two-car garage.

The second floor consists of a 12-by-12-foot bedroom with bathroom and walk-in closet, 11-by-14-foot bedroom, 12-by-11-foot bedroom and bathroom.

The other floor plans include the 2,600-square-foot Fulton I, the least expensive plan, which starts at $299,990 and is situated on a 1-acre lot.

The smallest floor plan, the Greystone, is one story and starts at $327,990 for 2,100 square feet and a 1-acre parcel.

The two-story Highland is the largest plan offered, starting at $339,990 for 3,100 square feet on 1 acre.

The model is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday through Tuesday.

To get to Lyndonbrook, take Interstate 70 west to Route 32 north. Take Route 99 east for a quarter-mile and turn right on St. James Road.

The model is three-quarters of a mile on the left.

Builder: Jacobsen Homes

Phone number: 410-992-8406

Developer: Security Development Corp.

Base price: $369,990

Style: Colonial

Number of units: 12

Square footage: 2,716

Options: daylight archway to basement ($3,800), two-tone paint ($900), side-entry garage ($3,200), quoin corners on brick exterior ($1,600)

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.


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