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Plan on one-level master suite, kitchen
Homeowner association fees are $235 per month.
Patriot Homes is selling its last phase of single-family homes at Heritage Hunt, priced from the high $400,000s. The Patuxent III model, with 2,954 square feet, has a two-car garage, first-floor master bedroom suite, a sunroom, a loft with a bathroom and a finished lower level with a recreation room, den and bathroom.
The Livingston model at Heritage Hunt has 3,217 square feet, a two-car garage, a two-story foyer with hardwood flooring, a first-floor master suite, a study, powder room, an open great room for living and dining, a sunroom with a two-sided fireplace, a kitchen with breakfast nook and a laundry room.
The second floor has an additional master suite and two additional bedrooms with a connecting bath, a loft and a computer area.
Homeowner association fees are $235 per month.
Call 703/743-1079 for Patriot Homes. For Lennar Homes, call 703/743-3000 or visit www. heritagehunt.com.
Airston Group Inc. is building 45 apartment-style condominiums at Liberty Grove in the city of Manassas. Liberty Grove is near Old Town Manassas; the Chinn Recreational Center, which has an indoor swimming pool, fitness facility and library; and the Freedom Aquatic and Fitness Center.
Airston is offering condominiums with elevators from the upper $200,000s. Seven models of condominiums are available, ranging from 1,100 to 2,198 finished square feet, including one and two bedrooms, a study or a family room or both, with optional garage parking available for an additional cost of $10,000.
Condominium association fees are $250 per month.
These homes have a security system, 9-foot ceilings, ceramic tile flooring in the baths, 42-inch cabinets in the kitchen, a master bath, a washer and dryer, a high-tech wiring package and gas heat.
Call 703/330-9180 or visit www.airstonhomes.com.
Toll Bros. Inc. will be building 1,232 condominiums, single-family homes and patio homes at Regency at Dominion Valley, an active adult community adjacent to the 2,400-acre Dominion Valley Country Club, a planned community in the foothills of the Bull Run Mountains near Haymarket.
In addition to an 18-hole golf course designed by Arnold Palmer and Palmer Course Design Co., the community will have a lighted 18-hole putting green, lighted tennis courts, jogging and biking trails, and indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
The Regency Club, which recently opened, includes a ballroom, performing arts center, fitness center, a whirlpool tub, a steam room, a library, a business center and dining facilities.
All the patio and single-family homes at Regency will include a two-car garage. Inside, all the models feature a first-floor master suite with extrawide entrances to the master bedroom and master bath, 9- or 10-foot ceilings, hardwood flooring in the foyer, ceramic-tile flooring in all baths, a kitchen with 42-inch cabinets, high-tech wiring, and gas heat and hot water.
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