New Homes


October 27, 2002|By Adele Evans


Seven prominent homebuilders have just opened models at the new planned community of Fairwood in Prince George's County.

Formerly Fairwood Turf Farm, the property will be transformed into a development encompassing 1,000 acres. With dozens of floor plans available, depending upon the builder, the homes reflect traditional East Coast and Colonial styles. A variety of recreational activities are to be available, along with retail and commercial services.

Columbia-based Rouse Co., general partner in the development partnership, will preserve open space and woodlands. There will be 7.5 miles of pathways and park-like settings that are unique to the farm property. Ultimately, Fairwood will include 1,799 single-family homes.

Prices range from the mid-$300,000s to about $700,000. Sizes will range from 2,200 square feet to 5,000 square feet.

In addition, each homeowner will become a member of the Sycamore Club at Fairwood, which will include access to exclusive recreational activities, a clubhouse, swimming and tennis.

The Fairwood model-home park is between Annapolis and Washington at the intersection of Routes 193 and 450.

Developer: The Rouse Co. and partners.

Builders: Allan Homes, Goodier Builders, Mid-Atlantic Builders, Patriot Homes, Nu-Homes, Ryland Homes and The Williamsburg Group.

Prices: Mid-$300,000s to $700,000.

Sizes: 2,200 square feet to 5,000 square feet.

Model hours: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

Phone: Call individual builders or contact Rouse Co. at 410-992-6326.

Options: Vary with builder. May include kitchen, bathroom upgrades; landscaping upgrades; and bump-out options.

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