Beaverbrook FarmsMark Building Co. has sold 13...


Beaverbrook Farms

Mark Building Co. has sold 13 of its Regent models this year at Beaverbrook Farms, where the firm is building 80 homes on 2- to 4-acre lots in the Worthington Valley area of Baltimore County.

Gas cooking, heat and hot water; brick fronts; side-entry garages; kitchens designed by Stuart Kitchens Inc. with 42-inch kitchen cabinets; hardwood floors in foyer and powder room; 9-foot first-floor ceilings and a family room fireplace are among the standard features in the community.

The Regent starts at $373,990 for 3,000 square feet.

On the first floor there is a two-level foyer, 12-by-13-foot library, 13-by-21-foot living room, powder and mud rooms, 133-by-14-foot dining room, 10-by-11-foot breakfast room, 12-by-14-foot kitchen with cooking island, 20-by-14-foot family room with fireplace and two-car garage.

A 21-by-17-foot bedroom, two closets, sitting alcove and bath with soaking tub, separate shower and dual vanities make up the master suite. A linen closet, full hall bath and three more bedrooms complete this level.

The four-bedroom, two-full-bath Blenheim is a 4,200-square-foot home with a starting price of $438,990.

A 14-by-17-foot living room, two-story foyer, 14-by-18-foot dining room, butler's pantry, laundry room and two-car garage occupy the front of the house. Across the rear are a 14-by-14-foot den, powder room, 25-by-15-foot family room with fireplace, 14-by-13-foot breakfast room, 14-by-13-foot kitchen and rear staircase.

The sales office is open from 11 a.m. to dusk daily. Take Interstate 695 to Falls Road north to a left on Ridge Road and follow signs to community on the left.

Builder: Mark Building Co.

Phone number: 410-453-0715.

Developer: The Mount Royal Management Company.

Base price: $373,990 to $465,990.

Style: Traditional.

Number of homes: 80.

Lot sizes: 2 to 4 acres.

Square-footage: 3,000 to 5,100.

Options: Three-car garage ($4,200), finished basement ($7,800 to $11,000), additional full bath ($3,500).

Pub Date: 5/24/98

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