- The Washington Times - Friday, July 13, 2001

Masonry Homes is building 139 traditional town homes at New Market West in New Market, where residents can enjoy plenty of open space and nearby golf courses and vineyards in addition to the "Antiques Capitol of Maryland."

Each home in this Frederick County community will include maintenance-free vinyl siding, 25-year roof shingles, a concrete walkway, brass light fixtures and landscaped and seeded home sites. Brick fronts and walkout lower levels are optional.

Inside, both models feature three bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, six-panel Colonial-style doors with brass hardware, oak stair railings, oak cabinets and a gas range in the kitchen; and gas heat.

The interior Gatehouse model has 1,252 finished square feet with a base price of $113,600. The end-unit Gatehouse model, with 1,248 finished square feet, is priced from $141,900.

The interior Carriage House model, with 1,264 finished square feet, has a base price of $134,900. The end-unit Carriage House model, with 1,252 finished square feet, is priced from $141,600. A finished basement adds 468 to 498 square feet of living space.

The Carriage House model has a powder room and coat closet off the foyer, a front kitchen with a box bay window and a breakfast area, and a large open great room with living-and dining room areas at the rear of the home. Upstairs, the master suite has a wall of closets and a private bath, and two more bedrooms share a hall bath. The end unit features a side entrance.

The Gatehouse model has a similar floor plan but includes a rear master bedroom with a walk-in closet and a smaller kitchen that includes a large pantry.

Options include finished lower levels with a family room, powder room and den, bay windows, hardwood flooring and a fireplace.

For information or directions call community sales manager Kathy Rajotte at 301/831-9950 or 800/262-3899.

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