Third sectionHunters Run1. Ryan Homes is opening...

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Third section

Hunters Run

1. Ryan Homes is opening the third section at Hunters Run in Bel Air, where the firm is building 144 three-level townhomes with insulated vinyl tilt-in windows, oak stair rails and gas heat and hot water.

Ryan's model at the Harford County community is the Fairfield, which has 1,607 square feet of finished space and a beginning price of $107,900.

It can be built with a front kitchen, rear kitchen or large country kitchen.

With the 11-by-9-foot front kitchen, the first floor also has a foyer, coat closet, storage area, 10-by-7-foot dining room and 19-by-11-foot rear living room. A powder room is optional.

In the three-bedroom version, there is a 12-by-13-foot master bedroom with walk-in closet on the second floor.

The bath, with entrances from the hall or master bedroom, contains a linen closet, soaking tub and dual vanities.

Currently, the lower level comes with a finished 18-by-19-foot family room and a laundry/storage area.

Visit the model from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Take Interstate 95 North to Route 24 West (Exit 77B), right on Route 924, right on Laurel

Bush Road to sales center on the right.

Builder: Ryan Homes.

Phone number: (410) 515-3394.

Developer: William Maloney.

Base prices: $105,900 to $108,900.

Style: Three-level townhome.

Number of homes: 144.

Square-footage: 1,534 to 1,607.

Options: For Fairfield: first floor sun room ($6,700), brick front ($1,800), second full bath ($2,700), powder room ($2,000), gas fireplace ($3,300 to $4,100), end-of-group ($2,500), kitchen work island ($600), 2-foot extension and second and third bedrooms ($1,200).

Final lots

Forest Knoll

2. Ryan Homes has five lots remaining at Forest Knoll in Relay, where it is building 23 Colonial homes on quarter-acre lots on a cul-de-sac surrounded by a forest conservation easement in southwest Baltimore County.

The smallest and least expensive home offered is the 1,582-square-foot Sebastian, which has a starting price of $157,990.

Across the front there is an 11-by-10-foot living room, foyer, coat closet, powder room and two-car garage.

At the rear are an 11-by-10-foot dining room, 9-by-10-foot kitchen, 8-by-11-foot dinette and 16-by-11-foot family room.

Upstairs there are three sleeping rooms, including a 13-by-17-foot master bedroom with a walk-in closet.

The lone bath can be entered from the hall or the owner's suite. A master bath can be added.

The Birchwood has 1,891 square feet and a beginning price of $169,990.

Largest is the Chandler, with an opening price of $179,990 for 1,961 square feet.

There are four bedrooms, a two-story foyer, two full baths, first-floor powder and laundry rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room and living, dining and family rooms.

The sales office is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Take I-695 to Wilkens Ave. West (Exit 12) and turn left at traffic light. Proceed to Rolling Road and turn left at traffic light (Route 166 South), to a left on Francis Avenue to the community on the left.

Builder: Ryan Homes

Phone number: (410) 242-5306.

Developer: Krocker Development Inc.

Base prices: $157,990.

Style: Colonial.

Number of homes: 23.

Lot sizes: One-quarter acre.

Square-footage: 1,582 to 2,065.

Options: Luxury bath with soaking tub and separate shower ($2,800), bay window, wood-burning fireplace ($3,300), skylight, sunken family room ($1,200).

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 the information to 783-2517.

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