New Homes

NEW HOMES

October 27, 2002|By Adele Evans

Fairwood

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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