- The Washington Times - Friday, December 22, 2000

U.S. Home Corp. is building 446 Colonial-style single-family homes at Glenn Estates in Lanham, a planned community with a swimming pool, tennis courts, and a clubhouse. Nearby are parks including Glenn Dale Lake Park and several 18-hole golf courses.

As a buyer's incentive, the builder is offering $10,000 toward closing costs, a price reduction or options.

Each home in this Prince George's County community will be built on a site of a quarter-acre or larger, with no-maintenance vinyl siding, professional landscaping and a two-car garage.

The "Laureate Series" homes include a brick front, which is optional on the "Signature Series" homes.

Each of the 12 models features four or five bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 9-foot ceilings on the first floor, six-panel Colonial-style doors, a walk-in closet and luxury bath with a soaking tub and separate shower in the master suite and gas heat and hot water.

The Signature Series homes range in size from 1,900- to 3,300-finished-square-feet, with base prices from $239,900 to $266,900. The Laureate Series homes range in size from 2,900- to 3,400-finished-square-feet with base prices from $294,950 to $314,950.

The Exeter model, a Laureate Series home with 3,150 square feet, is priced from $314,950. This home features a front porch with columns, a two-story foyer, a formal dining room with decorative columns, a formal living room with a bay window, a library, a family room open to the breakfast area, and a center-island kitchen. Upstairs, the master bedroom features a walk-in closet and a bath with a corner soaking tub, the second, third and fourth bedrooms share a hall bath, and the fifth bedroom has an optional private bath.

Options include sun rooms, gourmet kitchens, bay windows, a loft, a master suite sitting room, or an office off the garage.

For more information or directions call the sales office at 301/459-5400.

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