Campus Hills Estates

NEW HOMES

September 09, 2001

Gemcraft Homes has opened a furnished model and has 17 home sites available at Campus Hills Estates, a community of single-family homes in Harford County.

The Bel Air community offers 11 floor plans on half-acre to 1-acre home sites. The homes are on septic systems, offer water through a private company, and have gas heat and cooking.

Standard features include a brick front, a two-car garage, 9-foot ceilings, 42-inch cabinets and super baths.

Base prices range from $286,000 to $382,000 for 2,400 square feet to 3,700 square feet.

The model, the Pierre, which includes several upgrades, offers 5,500 square feet for $639,000. Upgrades include a three-car garage, a conservatory, a finished lower level and an exercise room. The base model is $382,000 for 3,700 square feet.

For the base model, the first floor has a foyer, 14-by-15-foot living room, 16-by-11-foot library, 18-by-17-foot family room, 19-by- 13-foot kitchen, 18-by-10-foot nook, 13-by-7-foot mud room, 14-by-15-foot dining room and a powder room.

The second floor consists of an 18-by-14-foot owner's suite with 15-by-11-foot sitting room, super bath and walk-in closet; two 14-by- 12-foot bedrooms; 12-by-11-foot bedroom; and two full baths.

To reach Campus Hill Estates, take Interstate 95 to exit 80. Turn left onto Fountain Green Road (Route 543). Go about six miles to Churchville Road (Route 22), and make a left onto Thomas Run Road. Make a right onto Medical Hall Road. Turn right onto Greer Road and then right onto Campus Hills Drive.

The model is open from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday; noon to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.

Builder: Gemcraft Homes

Phone: 410-989-0292

Developer: Forest Hill Development Corp. LLC

Style: Two-story Colonial

Total units: 32

Square footage: 2,400 to 3,700

Options: Sun room ($10,000 to $14,000); gourmet kitchen ($2,500); fireplace ($3,300 to $8,000)

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