Brierly Stevens Builders has four lots left at Brierly...

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May 07, 2000

Brierly

Stevens Builders has four lots left at Brierly in Clarksville.

The Howard County community features two tennis courts and lots over 3 acres.

The Sutton Place, one of four floor plans available at Brierly, starts at $449,000 for 3,020 square feet.

The first floor features a 14-by-11-foot library, 17-by-14-foot family room, 14-by-13-foot kitchen with breakfast area, 10-by-14-foot dining room, 13-by-12-foot living room, 11-by-11-foot study and two-car garage.

The second floor consists of two 12-by-11-foot bedrooms, 12-by-10-foot bedroom, two bathrooms and 21-by-13-foot master bedroom with 14-by-11-foot sitting room, master bath and two walk-in closets.

The other floor plans are the Great Falls, which starts at $398,000 for 2,710 square feet, the Silver Spring, which starts at $464,000 for 3,025 square feet, and the Emily Alexander, which starts at $434,000 for 3,000 square feet. Stevens will also build custom homes in the community.

To visit Brierly, take Interstate 95 South to Exit 38B for Route 32 West. Take Route 108 West, Clarksville Pike. Make the first right onto Ten Oaks Road. Take the next left onto Britton Dam Road. Turn right at the stop sign onto Highland Road. Follow Highland for one-half mile and the community is on the left.

Community sales and inquiries are handled by Terri Bracciale, Heritage Realty Services, 3060 Washington Road (Route 97), Suite 220 in Glenwood. Sales office hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.

The Sutton Place model is available for tour in a nearby community. Call for details.

Builder: Stevens Builders

Phone number: Terri Bracciale, Heritage Realty Services, 410- 489-7900, Ext. 14

Developer: Lowrie Sargent

Base price: $449,000

Style: Southern living

Number of units: 4

Square footage: 3,020

Options: Sun room ($15,000), lower-level entertainment area ($10,000), luxury bath ($1,500)

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