- The Washington Times - Friday, June 21, 2002

Beazer Homes is building 104 condominiums at Fieldstone at River Hill in the planned community of Columbia. Condominium residents will enjoy an outdoor pool, tennis courts and the many recreational amenities available to Columbia residents, including baseball and softball leagues, a fitness facility, and a recreation director.

Each midrise building in this Howard County community will feature a stone and brick front, vinyl siding, dramatic rooflines and gables, professional landscaping, a secure lobby entrance with an intercom system, and garages with elevator access.

Inside, all four models feature crown, chair-rail and oversize baseboard moldings, two bedrooms, two baths with ceramic tile tub surrounds, a den or sitting room, gas heat and hot water, and tray ceilings in the living room and master suite. The eat-in kitchen has 42-inch cabinets and a pantry.

The homes have about 1,439 to 1,963 finished square feet, with base prices from $229,990 to $279,990.

The Dogwood model, with 1,963 square feet, is priced from $279,990. This home features an angled foyer entrance with a laundry room on one side and entrance to a full bath and the second bedroom and its private sitting room on the other. In the center of the home is a large living room with a tray ceiling, an optional fireplace, and entrances to the sunroom and dining room. Decorative columns frame the doorways to these two rooms. Off the living room is a large den, and a nearby hall leads to the kitchen, which has a pantry and a breakfast area with windows on two sides. The nearby master bedroom has a tray ceiling, a walk-in closet, and a bath with a dual sink vanity, a soaking tub and a separate shower.

Options include electric fireplaces, hardwood floors, whirlpool tubs, Corian counters, stainless steel appliances and other upgrades.

For information or directions, call Syndi Samuels at 410/531-7800.


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