- The Washington Times - Thursday, September 16, 2004

Beazer Homes has broken ground on a new town-home and condominium community on the waterfront in Cambridge, Md., on the Eastern Shore.

With a location on Cambridge Creek, a tributary to the nearby Choptank River, this new development of Deep Harbour is within walking distance of the revitalized downtown, art district and historic areas of Cambridge. Shops, restaurants and parks are all within an easy stroll. Ocean City and Delaware beaches are about one hour’s drive away.

Deep Harbour will feature a private entrance, condominiums on the channel and a town-home village with a swimming center, a pool house and a 56-slip marina. A hotel and restaurant also are planned for the development. A public river walk provides scenic views.

Prices start in the mid-$200,000s for homes that range in size from 1,567 to 1,841 square feet. The condominium homes include a master bedroom with a private bath, a guest bedroom and bath, a sunroom or deck and a laundry room. Models are available with separate living and dining areas and combined spaces. Storage and parking are provided on the first level of the building for all residents.

The condominiums include crown moldings, 9-foot ceilings, and kitchens with 42-inch oak cabinets and pantries. The baths include a large shower and ceramic-tile tub and shower surrounds. Each condominium has gas heat and hot water, and buyers can add chair-rail moldings, hardwood flooring, electric fireplaces and other upgrades.

The town homes include elegant box columns, and many have first-floor porches and second-floor balconies plus lower-level two-car garages. The homes include professional landscaping with the entire lot sodded.

Inside, each has a great room with the option of a separate kitchen and breakfast room, a choice of two or three bedrooms and a private master bath with a tub and separate shower, plus a second full bath and a powder room.

The homes have 9-foot ceilings on the first floor, a tray ceiling in the master bedroom, vaulted ceilings in the secondary bedrooms and the master bath, hardwood flooring in the foyer and crown and chair-rail moldings.

The kitchens include 42-inch oak cabinets, and the baths have ceramic-tile tub and shower surrounds. These homes have gas heat and hot water. Buyers can add a finished lower-level study and powder room, a gas or electric fireplace, hardwood flooring and other upgrades.

One town-home model includes a foyer, powder room and study on the lower level along with the garage. The first level has an open rear kitchen and dining area with a front living area. An alternate first-level plan includes a great room at the back of the house with a kitchen and separate breakfast area at the front.

Upstairs, buyers can choose a two-bedroom or three-bedroom floor plan. The master bedroom in the two-bedroom plan has a walk-in closet and a bath with a tub and separate shower. The second bedroom has a walk-in closet and a full bath accessible from both the bedroom and the hall. The three-bedroom floor plan has two smaller bedrooms with a hall bath.

Call Melissa Kittelberger at 800/779-5449 or visit www.deepharbour.com.

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