- The Washington Times - Friday, October 27, 2000

Twenty-three traditional single-family homes will be built by Pulte Home Corp. at Tracey's Creek in Tracys Landing of Anne Arundel County. Some of the wooded home sites of 1 acre or more will have views of the Chesapeake Bay, and all will be within walking distance of Herrington Harbour Marina and waterfront restaurants.
Each home will feature a choice of a brick, stone or siding facade; trees and shrubs; a six-panel entry door; and a two-car garage. Three-car garages are optional.
All six models include four bedrooms; 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 baths; 9-foot ceilings on the first floor; a two-story foyer with hardwood flooring; crown and chair-rail moldings and Colonial-style trim; a fireplace in the family room; a first-floor study; a first- or second-floor laundry room; recessed lighting; and a center-island kitchen with 42-inch cabinets.
The homes range in size from 2,567 to 3,202 finished square feet, with base prices from $299,990 to $339,990.
The Barclay model, priced from $334,990, has 2,864 square feet. This home has a two-story foyer, a formal dining room with columns, a library with double doors and a vaulted ceiling, a two-story great room, and a large center-island kitchen that has a walk-in pantry and a breakfast nook with a bay window. The laundry room is between the garage and the kitchen, and the first-floor master suite includes a luxury bath with a soaking tub and separate shower, and a walk-in closet. Upstairs are three additional bedrooms, a second full bath and a loft area for use as a study or family room. The floor plan can be modified with another full bath or a second master suite upstairs.
Options available include a finished basement, Florida rooms, sun rooms, morning rooms, decks, additional bedrooms, gourmet kitchens and other upgrades.
For more information or directions, call community sales manager Karlen Murray at 410/867-8509.

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