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New in Virginia: Lee’s Parke
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Ryan Homes is building 2,200 single-family homes on 0.17-acre homesites at Lee’s Parke in Fredericksburg, a planned community with a community center, a fitness center, walking trails, a swimming pool, tennis courts and a playground. The community is less than a mile from Cosner’s Corner shopping center and is 7 miles from historic Fredericksburg and a Virginia Railway Express station.
Each home in this Spotsylvania County community will include a low-maintenance exterior with vinyl siding, professional landscaping and a two-car garage.
Inside, all seven models feature three or four bedrooms, 2½ baths, an open floor plan, smooth-finish ceilings, six-panel interior doors, a solid-oak stained railing, oak cabinets and a pantry in the kitchen, ceramic tile tub and shower surrounds, a pedestal sink in the powder room, a security system, low-E double-paned windows, and gas heat.
The homes have approximately 1,680 to 2,822 finished square feet, with base prices from $242,990 to $309,990. Homeowner association fees are $65 per month.
The Venice model, with 2,224 square feet, is priced from $262,990. This home features a foyer entrance with a closet and an opening into the living room. Buyers also can use this room as a formal dining room.
Across the back of the house are the family room, an informal dining room with a pantry and the kitchen. This level also has a mudroom and powder room.
Upstairs, the master suite has an oversized walk-in closet and a private bath with a linen closet.
Three more bedrooms, a second full bath and a laundry room complete this level. Buyers who opt for a lower-level laundry room can convert the upper-level space into a storage closet.
Options include finished lower levels, morning rooms, fireplaces, kitchen islands and a luxury master bath.
For more information or directions, call sales and marketing representatives Jon Grant and Tony Ferro at 540/898-6473 or visit Ryan Homes” href=”http://www.ryanhomes.com” target=”_blank”>www.ryanhomes.com.
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