- The Washington Times - Friday, June 9, 2000

US Home is building 165 traditional town houses at River Oaks, a new community near the South River in Edgewater, close to Annapolis. Residents will enjoy a location close to local schools, the new Annapolis Harbor Center, shopping at the Market at South River Colony and Annapolis Mall, along with recreational amenities, such as parks with ball fields and tennis courts, and nearby golf courses.

Each house in this Anne Arundel County community will include maintenance-free vinyl siding, professional landscaping and a six-panel front door. Some houses include a one- or two-car garage, and brick fronts are optional.

All four models include three bedrooms, two baths, a lower-level entrance, six-panel doors, oak railings, a fully equipped kitchen, ceramic-tile tub and shower surrounds and gas heat.

The homes range in size from 1,640 to 2,300 finished square feet, with base prices from $139,990 to $161,500.

The Abbey model, with 1,840 square feet, is priced from $139,990. This home features a spacious foyer, a finished recreation room and an optional finished bedroom or den. The second level features a rear kitchen and breakfast room, with an open living room and dining room. Upstairs, the master bedroom features a walk-in closet and private bath, while the other two bedrooms share a hall bath.

With a one-car garage, the Abbey model has 1,640 finished square feet and is priced from $142,990. With a three-level sun room addition, the Abbey model is priced from $161,500 and features a lower-level den, a sun room and a luxury master bath.

The end-unit Claridge model, with 1,760 square feet, includes a two-car garage and a den on the lower level. This home is priced from $155,990.

Options available include sun rooms, decks, fireplaces, bay windows, powder rooms, kitchen islands, luxury baths and skylights.

For more information or directions, call sales consultant Scott McNinney at 410/956-1981.

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