Eagle Pointe Washington Homes is offering 23 home sites...

New homes

March 24, 2002

Eagle Pointe

Washington Homes is offering 23 home sites and five floor plans in the Eagle Pointe community in Annapolis.

The Anne Arundel County community offers home sites on lots ranging from 1 acre to 20 acres. The homes are on well-and-septic systems and come with propane heat and cooking.

Standard features include 9-foot first-floor ceilings, luxury bath, ceramic tile tub, brick front, two-car garage and professional landscaping.

The community's five floor plans range in price from $584,990 to $683,990 for 3,750 square feet to 4,550 square feet.

Washington Homes plans to build a model, the Whitehall, this summer. It will have a base price of $683,990 for 4,550 square feet.

The home has an open foyer, 14-by-15-foot dining room, 22-by- 17-foot sunken family room, 17-by- 13-foot library, 13-by-15-foot living room, 11-by-20-foot kitchen, 7-by- 10-foot breakfast area and a laundry. The first floor also has a two-car garage, with the option of adding room for a third car.

The second floor features an 18-by-20-foot master bedroom, bath and 11-by-16-foot sitting room; three approximately 14-by- 13-foot bedrooms; and two full baths.

The community's sales center is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday to Monday.

To get to Eagle Pointe, take Interstate 695 to Interstate 97 toward Annapolis. Follow to U.S. 50 East and continue to Exit 23 (Route 450). Proceed to Route 178 North, follow to Honeysuckle Lane and turn left. Continue to Crownsville Road and turn right. Follow to Hawkins Road, turn left and continue to the sales center on the left.

Builder: Washington Homes

Phone: 410-849-3997

Developer: Washington Land Development

Style: Traditional estate

Total units: 23

Square footage: 3,750 to 4,550

Options: Sunroom ($18,500), whirlpool jets ($1,000), finished recreation room ($20,000)

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