Northwest Towns Feature Wide Assortment of Attached Homes

By Donovan, Deborah | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), March 7, 1998 | Go to article overview

Northwest Towns Feature Wide Assortment of Attached Homes


Donovan, Deborah, Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)


Byline: Deborah Donovan Daily Herald Real Estate Writer

If you want to purchase a home in the Northwest suburbs, here are attached homes for sale.

Arlington Heights

Greenwood Place from Ryland Homes features two and three-story town houses from 1,508 to 1,977 square feet. Prices range from $219,990 to $249,990, and the homes feature two bedrooms, two bedrooms and a loft or three bedrooms. Some homes have family rooms, and there are unfinished bonus rooms and attached two-car garages. Greenwood Place is at Rand (U.S. Route 12) and Hintz roads. Call (847) 368-8230.

Barrington

Creekside Pointe will be in downtown Barrington. The two midrise buildings will have 36 homes priced from the low $200,000s. Call Burnside Construction Company at (888) 817-8700.

Port Barrington Shores by Countryside Homes is bordered by the Fox River and a wildlife conservation area. Each of the 32 town houses will offer 2,465 to 2,985 square feet. Each home will include two or three bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, fireplace, full or walk-out basement with 9-foot walls, two-car attached garage and volume ceilings. The homes are $299,900 to $364,900. Standard features include soaking tub and air conditioning. Private boat docks at the community will be priced at $20,000. Port Barrington Shores is on Kazimour Drive, just off River Road and approximately two miles west of Kelsey Road. Call (847) 382-2266.

Bartlett

Lakeview at Woodland Hills, a Hoffman Homes community, presents town houses priced from $164,990 to $194,990. The homes range from 1,350 to 1,700 square feet with two or three bedrooms, 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 baths, basements and attached two-car garages. The community is on Route 59 one mile north of Army Trail Road. Call (630) 213-2116.

Buffalo Grove

Delacourte, by Focus Development, is 136 condominium homes in four buildings. They are priced from $153,900 to $286,900. Eight designs feature two or three bedrooms and at least two baths and range from 1,211 to 2,319 square feet. Delacourte is on Weidner and Dundee roads, just east of Arlington Heights Road. Call (847) 419-8100.

Cary

New Haven is selling out. Ranch and two-story town houses are priced from the $130,000s. To reach Verseman Development Company's New Haven, take U.S. Route 14 to Three Oaks Road. Turn west to Georgetown and south to the community. Call (847) 516-9905.

Sienna Pointe, a town-house community with eight ranch and two-story designs, is being developed by United Homes. Prices range from $146,500 to $192,800. These homes have two or three bedrooms, at least two baths and 1,325 to 2,190 square feet. Buyers also will find two-car garages and optional basements and fireplaces. Sienna Pointe is at Harper and Haber roads east of Cary-Algonquin Road and north of Route 62. Call (847) 639-0780.

Des Plaines

River Pointe from Norwood Homes will include 156 condominiums in brick elevator buildings. Homes with one to three bedrooms are available, and prices range from $131,650 to $242,500. Thirteen floor plans stretch from 976 to 1,788 square feet with one or two baths, air conditioning and indoor heated parking spaces. The community is at River Road and Northwest Highway (U.S. Route 14). The company is also introducing Ashland Place, starting at similar prices. It is just west of River Road, two blocks south of Northwest Highway (U.S. Route 14). Call (847) 803-1600.

Elgin

U.S. Shelter's Fieldstone is priced from $104,990 to $165,990. These homes have 1,065 to 1,796 square feet with two to four bedrooms and at least 1 1/2 baths. The homes are arranged in different building styles. Fieldstone is at Route 19 and Rohrssen Road. Call (847) 622-1077.

Hanover Park

Tall Oaks is almost sold out. The town houses have two or three bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, two-car garages and walk-out basements. Orchard Colony Homes' residences range from $147,900 to $173,300. …

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