- - Thursday, July 7, 2011

For many people, the ultimate in luxury would be to live on a quiet estate in a gracious manor home but with easy access to shops, restaurants, golf courses and cultural amenities.

At the Reserve at Triadelphia Crossing in Glenelg in Howard County, Toll Bros. is providing elegant and spacious homes on 1-acre sites within minutes of an abundance of amenities. The community is adjacent to the Cattail Creek Country Club.

Sixty homes will be built at the Reserve at Triadelphia Crossing, where residents can reach Columbia, Ellicott City and Clarksville within a 15-minute drive. Commuters can opt to drive or take the MARC train to the District or Baltimore.

While accessibility is important, the true attraction of the community is the privacy afforded by the large homesites.

Buyers can choose from among four home styles with 4,400 to 4,920 finished square feet. Each home has four or five bedrooms and 3½ or 4½ baths. Base prices for the homes range from $1,018,995 to $1,065,995, and buyers can add custom finishes and features.

Standard features on all four models include an 8-foot-tall front door, 10-foot ceilings on the main level, a custom-designed curved staircase, 8-foot-tall interior doors on the main level, and hardwood flooring in the foyer and kitchen. Each home has a masonry fireplace with a raised hearth and a mantel, crown and chair-rail molding, oversized baseboards and trim, and a choice of two-panel or six-panel interior doors.

Each kitchen includes 42-inch wall cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite counters, a ceramic tile backsplash and a center island with a gas cooktop and gourmet grill. The full baths, powder room and laundry room have ceramic tile flooring, and the powder room has a pedestal sink. The master bath includes a 6-foot soaking tub, a separate ceramic tile shower with a marble shelf, a cathedral ceiling and oversized mirrors.

Each home has a three-car garage, high-performance windows, dual-zone heating and air conditioning, a security system, an asphalt driveway and professional landscaping.

Buyers can add skylights, greenhouses, additions, wet bars, cathedral ceilings and extra fireplaces. A hexagonal sunroom with walls of windows, a cathedral ceiling and skylights can be added off the kitchen, along with a hexagonal library.

The Henley model, with 4,850 finished square feet, is priced from $1,046,995. This home has a curving split staircase leading to a gallery overlooking the two-story foyer and the two-story family room.

The foyer is flanked by the formal living room and the formal dining room. Buyers can add a fireplace to the living room and a tray ceiling to the dining room. This home also has a study with an adjacent powder room on the main level.

The two-story family room has two walls of windows, a fireplace and optional skylights. A second staircase to the upper and lower levels is adjacent to the family room.

The center-island kitchen includes a walk-in pantry and opens to the breakfast area. Nearby are a mudroom and a laundry room.

Upstairs, the master suite has a separate den with columns at the entrance to the bedroom. The bedroom has windows on two sides and an optional coffered ceiling. The master suite includes a luxury bath and two walk-in closets.

The upper level has three more bedrooms, each with a private full bath and a walk-in closet.

For more information or directions to the Reserve at Triadelphia Crossing, contact sales manager Joanne Stokes at 410/489-4024 or visit Toll Bros.” href=”https://www.TollBrothers.com” target=”_blank”>www.TollBrothers.com.

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