- The Washington Times - Friday, October 19, 2001

U.S. Home Corp. is building 31 town homes at Bayview Hills at Chesapeake Beach, where boating, fishing, antique stores, restaurants and a local museum beckon. Plans call for a boardwalk to link the community, which is nestled between the Chesapeake Bay and the Patuxent River, with the nearby marina.

Each home in this Calvert County community will feature no-maintenance vinyl siding, a sodded front lawn, professional landscaping, and some models include a one-car or two-car garage. Brick fronts are optional.

Inside, both models include three bedrooms, two full baths, oak railings, six-panel Colonial-style doors, ceramic tile tub and shower surrounds, oak cabinets, a pantry and a breakfast area in the fully equipped kitchen and an energy-efficient heat pump.

The homes range in size from 2,000 to 2,600 finished square feet, with base prices from $149,900 to $166,700.

The Abbey Traditional model, with about 2,000 square feet, is priced from $149,900 or from $153,500 with a one-car garage. This home features a main level entrance into the open living room and dining room, and a rear kitchen and breakfast area. Options available on this level include a column and knee wall by the foyer, a powder room, columns at the kitchen entrance, and a center island in the kitchen. Upstairs, the master bedroom includes a walk-in closet and a private bath with a shower or an optional combination tub/shower. Two additional bedrooms share a hall bath. The lower level has a laundry room and can be finished with a half or full bath, den and recreation room.

An optional two or three-level sunroom addition features a recreation room extension, a sunroom off the breakfast area, and a large master bath.

Other options include a room extensions, fireplaces, bathroom upgrades and finished lower levels.

For information or directions, call sales manager Connie Crist at 410/286-5385.

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