- The Washington Times - Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Beach lovers longing for a summer home or a year-round home near the water may be tired of looking at tiny villas or condominiums meant to accommodate a small family on a weekend jaunt. At Henlopen Landing in Lewes, Del., Ryan Homes is building single-family houses with up to five bedrooms and 4-1/2 baths, perfect for accommodating a large family or inviting friends and relatives home for beach vacations.

The builder is including a finished basement for buyers who use the preferred lender, an unusual feature for homes in this area.

Henlopen Landing residents are minutes away from the historic town of Lewes and other nearby resort areas with plenty of shops and restaurants. Reaching local beaches, bays and golf courses will be a breeze from this community near Delaware Routes 1 and 9. The development itself includes a swimming pool.

The single-family homes at Henlopen Landing are base-priced from the $290,000s to the $410,000s, with homeowner association fees of $750 per year.

The homes include brick and stone fronts, two-car garages, professional landscaping and sodded lawns. Inside, standard features include 9-foot ceilings on the main level, hardwood flooring in the foyer and ceramic tile baths. Buyers can add screened porches, morning rooms, master baths, lofts and bonus rooms.

The Piedmont model, a ranch-style home priced from the $290,000s, includes a covered front porch, a two-car garage and a central great room with an optional gas fireplace and optional skylights.

Adjacent to the great room is a country-style eat-in kitchen with a door to the laundry room, which includes a pantry. This level includes a master bedroom with a walk-in closet and a private full bath. Two additional bedrooms and a second full bath complete this level.

Buyers can add bay windows to the rooms, change the third bedroom into a study and add a morning room or screened porch off the kitchen. The finished basement includes two living areas, a storage room and a bathroom.

The Springbrook model, priced from the mid-$370,000s, has a formal dining room off the foyer and a great room which is open to the kitchen and breakfast area. Buyers can add a gas fireplace and extra windows to the great room.

The main level includes a master bedroom with two walk-in closets and a full bath. On the opposite side of the home area two additional bedrooms, which share a hall bath. This level also includes a laundry room.

Buyers can add a bonus room with a sloped ceiling upstairs and a fourth bedroom with a third full bath.

The finished basement includes a recreation room, media room or storage room and a bath. Buyers also can add a morning room or screened porch.

The largest home, the Milford model, is priced from the upper $410,000s. This home has a choice of a living room or study on one side of the foyer, with a formal dining room on the opposite side. The two-story family room has a sloped ceiling and optional gas fireplace. This room opens into the open kitchen and breakfast area.

The first-floor master suite has two walk-in closets and a bath with a corner tub and a separate shower. This level has a powder room and laundry room. Upstairs are three more bedrooms and a second full bath.

Buyers can add a bonus room and bedroom over the garage or switch to a three-bedroom, two-bath layout upstairs.

The basement has a media room, recreation room and bath.

Call 302/644-1700 or visit www.ryanhomes.com.


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