Burtonsville | MD
A stunning corner home built by BEAZER Homes located in Bentley Park. This open-concept and light filled home includes 5 full bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, and a 2 car garage with ample space for parking on the driveway/street.
Features of this 3,625 sq. ft. brick colonial includes a front porch, engineered hardwood throughout, crown molding, airy-ceilings, and much more.
As you enter this home, you are greeted by lustrous engineered hardwood floors, with an inviting living room and dining. The kitchen features a huge island, a gas stove, and a double oven. The kitchen is open up to the second living room which includes a gas fireplace, and a sunroom for small meals.
Walking upstairs you are greeted by 4 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms. 2 bedrooms share a jack-and-jill bathroom. While another bedroom has its own en-suite perfect for privacy. If that is not enough, walk into the master bedroom and you are flooded with sunlight from the 3 large windows, tray ceiling with ambient lighting, colossal walk-in closet, and an en-suite which includes double vanities and a shower/tub.
Heading in the basement there is carpeting throughout. The basement includes another bedroom with a full bathroom. 825 SQFT of finished space awaits your creativity.
A generous fenced in backyard and well landscaped front yard.
This grand community offers: swimming pool, clubhouse, multiple playgrounds, and ample jogging trails. Situated near 95, ICC, Towne Centre at Laurel, local parks, Burtonsville Town Square, and much much more
Fulton is located in southern Howard County, bordered on the south by the Patuxent River and on the east by U.S. Route 29. The community of Scaggsville is to the east across US 29, and the Montgomery County community of Burtonsville is to the south across the Patuxent.
In the mid 1700s Richard Snowden, the Quaker grandson of one of Maryland’s first iron ore producers, purchased tracts of land up the Patuxent River valley. Fulton was then known as Queen Caroline Parish. In 1803 Rezin Hammond settled on a parcel of the land, and by 1805 Fulton was known as Hammond Directions and Snowden Second Addition. In 1855 German immigrants settled in the area. The name was changed to “Fulton”, after the popular Baltimore Sun editor Charles C. Fulton on 28 March 1882.