Vineyards at Iglehart

New homes

April 01, 2001

The Porten Cos. has a furnished model open and 19 home sites available at the Vineyards at Iglehart, a single-family-home community in Anne Arundel County.

The 56-acre Annapolis gated-community, which is bordered by 34 acres of woodlands, features homes situated on lots of about one acre. The community is 10 minutes from the downtown City Docks and near the Dwight D. Eisenhower Golf Club. The homes are on well and septic systems and come with gas heat and hot water.

Standard features include a two-car garage; gourmet kitchen; gas fireplace in the family room; 9-foot first-floor ceilings; remote and recessed lighting; and hardwood foyer.

Porten offers three floor plans ranging from 3,221 square feet to 3,810 square feet, with base prices from $510,900 to $556,750.

The model, the Chartwell, starts at $556,750 for 3,810 square feet on two levels.

The first floor has a two-story foyer, 15-by-15-foot living room, powder room, 12-by-12-foot study, 20-by-18-foot two-story family room, 11-by-13-foot kitchen, 11-by-13-foot breakfast area, 14-by-16-foot sunroom, laundry room and 14-by-15-foot dining room.

The second floor consists of an 18-by-15-foot master bedroom with walk-in closet, master bath and 12-by-14-foot sitting room. It also has a 12-by-13-foot bedroom with full bath, 15-by-13-foot bedroom and 13-by-12-foot bedroom with shared full bath.

The model also includes added features in the kitchen and living room, an optional finished basement and other interior and exterior options.

To get to the Vineyards at Iglehart, take Interstate 695 to I-97 south. Then take exit 5, Route 178. The Vineyards at Iglehart will be on the right. The sales office is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

Builder: The Porten Cos.

Phone: 410-849-2300

Developer: The Porten Cos.

Style: Federal-style Colonial

Units: 20

Square footage: 3,221 to 3,810

Options: Whirlpool jets in standard soaking tub, ($1,320);bay window, ($2,765); living room fireplace, ($3,760).

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