- The Washington Times - Friday, May 15, 2009

Madison Homes Inc. is building 106 condominium homes at Acton’s Landing in Annapolis, within walking distance of downtown Annapolis and its historic buildings, shops, restaurants, art galleries and marina. The homes overlook parks, the historic district, Franklin Street or Spa Creek.

This Anne Arundel County upscale condominium building includes a fitness room, a library, a meeting room, elevators, garage parking and concierge services.

Inside, all 12 models feature one to three bedrooms and two or 2 1/2 baths; hardwood floors in the foyer, living room, dining room and kitchen; 42-inch cabinets, granite counters and upgraded appliances in the kitchen; ceramic tile floors in the baths; and a high-tech wiring system.

The remaining homes for sale have about 1,479 to 2,191 finished square feet, with base prices from $499,000 to $949,000. Homeowner association fees (for the remaining homes) are $592 per month.

The Danenhower model has 1,552 square feet and is base-priced at $749,000. This home has a kitchen and powder room off the foyer, which leads into an open living room, dining room and an adjacent den.



The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and luxury bath, while the second bedroom has a walk-in closet and a bath.

The Nicholson model has 1,756 square feet and is base-priced at $899,000. This home features a den, a closet and a laundry room off the foyer, which leads into the open living room and dining room. The kitchen has a breakfast bar and a pantry.

The living room has a sliding glass door into a sunroom, which can also be accessed through the master suite.

This model has a powder room and a second bedroom with a bath and a closet.

For more information, call 410/268-0412 or visit www.actonslanding.com.

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