Hunt Valley Estates Toll Brothers Inc. has home sites...


June 25, 2000

Hunt Valley Estates

Toll Brothers Inc. has home sites available at Hunt Valley Estates.

The upscale community, which features 9-foot first- and second-floor ceilings, is Toll Brothers' first foray into the Baltimore market in nearly a decade. Lots are 1 acre or larger and standard features include gas heat and cooking, oak stairs, masonry fireplaces and Corian kitchen counter tops.

Six floor plans are available.

The first floor consists of a two-story foyer, 19-by-13-foot dining room, 18-by-14-foot living room, 14-by-11-foot study, powder room, 25-by-17-foot sunken family room, 24-by-20-foot kitchen and breakfast area, laundry room and three- car garage. The second floor features two 14-by-13-foot bedrooms, a 14-by-14-foot bedroom and 19-by-18-foot master bedroom, 16-by-12-foot master den, master bath and walk-in closet. Each bedroom has a private bathroom.

The other floor plans are the Elkton, starting at $504,975 for 3,385 square feet; the Monroe, starting at $504,975 for 3,752 square feet; the Edgebrook, starting at $523,975 for 4,002 square feet; the Stratford, starting at $542,975 for 4,057 square feet; and the Cumberland, starting at $547,975 for 3,985 square feet.

The sales office is open daily, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

To visit Hunt Valley Estates, take Interstate 83 North to exit 20A, Shawan Road. Follow Shawan for 1 mile to York Road and turn right. Make a left onto Ashland Road/Paper Mill Road (Route 145 East). Proceed 2.4 miles to a left onto Phoenix Road. Turn right onto Carroll Road and Hunt Valley Estates is on the left.

Builder: Toll Brothers Inc.

Phone number: 410-472-4000

Developer: Toll Brothers Inc.

Base prices: $504,075 to $547,975

Style: Country manor

Number of units: 20

Square footage: 3,385 to 4,310

Options: 10-by-20-foot solarium ($17,900), 14-by-30-foot conservatory ($35,900), 1,000-square-foot finished lower level ($32,900), curved oak staircase ($6,000)

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