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SECTION OPENEDHomeland at E. Village1. Richmond American...



Homeland at E. Village

1. Richmond American Homes has opened the third section at Homeland at East Village, where the firm is building 66 three-level townhomes with brick-front, wainscot and color-coordinated stucco exteriors in North Baltimore.

The Chelsea is a 1,845-square-foot home with a starting price of $148,990. The entry level has a one-car garage with automatic opener, powder room, laundry area, mechanical room and 19-by-15-foot family room with a walk-out to the yard. A 16-by-13-foot front kitchen, powder room, 12-by-9-foot dining room and 19-by-13-foot living room occupy the first floor. The second-floor master suite has a walk-in closet, 13-by-15-foot bedroom and bath with a soaking tub, separate shower and dual vanities. Two more bedrooms, a linen closet and a full hall bath complete this level.

The Dennison has bottom and top levels that are identical to the Chelsea and a base price of $150,990. A 19-by-12-foot kitchen, 12-by-12-foot dining room, powder room and 16-by-13-foot living room are on the first floor.

With 2,055 square feet and a beginning price of $154,990, the end unit Kendall is the largest and most expensive townhome at Homeland at East Village. The lower level has a 20-by-14-foot family room, powder room, mechanical room, single-car garage and covered entry. A master suite with a 17-by-12-foot bedroom, walk-in closet and bath with a soaking tub, separate shower and dual vanities shares the top floor with two other bedrooms, a full hall bath and a linen closet.

All homes have gas heat and hot water, smoke detectors and sprinkler system, an 18-by-12-foot deck and G. E. appliances. The $80 condo fee covers the swimming pool, lawn mowing, snow removal, security and trash removal.

The sales office is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

* Builder: Richmond American Homes.

* Phone number: (410) 433-2532.

* Developer: Loyola FSB.

* Base prices: $148,990.

* Style: Three-level townhome.

* Number of homes: 66.

* Lot sizes: Not applicable.

* Square-footage: 1,845 to 2,055.

* Options: Alarm system ($1,600), intercom ($1,300), hardwood foyer ($700), hardwood floor in kitchen-breakfast area ($1,150 to $1,350), hardwood floor in living and dining rooms ($2,600).



2. Waterford, a water-privileged community on Beard Creek in Riva where Berkshire Homes is building 68 two-story traditional homes, has opened its final section.

In addition to five different single-family houses, Berkshire is also selling two 8-acre estate lots with creek frontage for $250,000 each.

Waterford has a pond, 29-acre recreation area with nature trail and an 8-acre site with a pier on Beard Creek.

One of the models open for viewing is the Brandywine, a 2,885-square-foot home with a base price of $258,500. A two-story foyer with hardwood flooring is flanked by a 16-by-12-foot living room on the left and a 12-by-12-foot dining room on the right. The first floor also has an 18-by-18-foot kitchen/breakfast nook with a pantry and angled work counter, a 15-by-13-foot two-story family room with a wood-burning fireplace, powder and laundry rooms and a two-car garage.

Upstairs the master suite has an 8-by-7-foot sitting room, 16-by-12-foot bedroom, walk-in closet and bath with a soaking tub, separate shower and dual vanities. The second floor also houses a linen closet, full hall bath, three more bedrooms and a 23-by-9-foot storage area that can be converted to an optional fifth bedroom.

The smallest and least expensive home is the Wellesley, which ** has 2,259 square feet and a beginning price of $243,500.

A 14-by-12 foot living room, 12-by-11-foot dining room, 18-by-12-foot family room with fireplace, U-shaped kitchen, breakfast nook, two-story foyer, laundry and powder rooms and a double-car garage share the first floor.

A 12-by-11-foot first-floor library comes with the Cambridge, the largest and most expensive home with a beginning price of $274,500 for 3,131 square feet of living space.

* Builder: Berkshire Homes.

* Phone number: (410) 269-1803.

* Developer: Berkshire Corp.

* Base prices: $243,500 to $274,500.

* Style: Traditional.

* Number of homes: 68.

* Lot sizes: one-half acre.

* Options: Brick front ($6,500), side-entry garage ($3,500), walk-out basement ($4,700), fifth bedroom, skylights ($1,350 pair), finished basement, security system ($1,550).

Please send notices of new models, new construction or proposed developments to: New Homes, Real Estate Section, The Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore 21278, or fax to 783-2517.

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