School District: Anne Arundel County Public Schools
Address: 1421 JACKSON RD
County: Anne Arundel
Neighborhood: Landwehrs Tract
Patio and porch: Roof, Screened
New custom home to be built on Jackson Road in Odenton close by Waugh Chapel Towne Center shopping Mall, yet on a low traffic dead-end street surrounded by trees. Palmer Design and Construction is a local builder in Anne Arundel County that has been constructing custom homes for over 40 years. Chose from this floorplan or others. The home can be completely customized to the buyer's lifestyle. 9-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, granite for the kitchen, and an open floor plan for family gatherings. Enjoy a standard wood-burning fireplace in a cathedral ceiling family room! Hallways and doors are ADA compliant. Washer/dryer hookup and 200 amp electrical service included. 9-foot ceilings and hardwood floors. Refrigerator extra. The total time to completion is about 9 months to a year. Photos attached are examples of the builder's work. The two porches are not included in the standard price and are extra. The home can be customized to your taste! The listed price is for this specific house, price may vary depending on the type of home that is of interest. Call for more details. Please see the standard specs. Listed as a new build home to be built by Palmer Design & Construction with a base price of $495,000. It is possible to add a basement and to put a larger home on this lot - Palmer Design and Construction advise. Also listed as a 23,958 square foot lot zoned RLD (Rural Limited Development) that had a previous home on it in a secluded location that's a 2-minute drive from Wegman's at Waugh Chapel Towne Centre and Route 301. Lot has access right of way from Jackson Avenue - the lot is to the right side of 1417 Jackson Avenue - there is a right of way immediately to the right side of that property and the lot is behind another lot on Jackson Road - so need to walk 120 feet down the 15 foot wide right of way and the lot is on the right side of the right of way. A previous house was on the lot and part of that foundation is still visible.