Ryan Homes is building 200 town-home-style condominiums at the Villages of Urbana in Frederick, a community with community centers, a library, a swimming pool, a clubhouse, tennis courts, tot lots and walking trails. The community Market District includes shops and restaurants.
Each building in this Frederick County community will include three sides of oversized bricks, with vinyl siding on the rear. Each home will include a no-maintenance deck and a one-car attached garage.
Inside, both models feature three bedrooms and two full baths; hardwood or ceramic tile flooring in the foyer; 9-foot ceilings on all levels; brushed-nickel light fixtures; 42-inch oak cabinets, a pantry and recessed lighting in the center-island kitchen; a washer and dryer on the bedroom level; double-pane, low-E windows; a programmable thermostat; and gas heat. Buyers can choose between a powder room with a pedestal sink and a storage closet on the main level.
The homes have approximately 1,650 to 2,500 finished square feet, with base prices from $239,990 to $269,990. Combined condominium and homeowner association fees are $186 per month.
The Picasso model, an upper-level home with 2,500 square feet, is priced from $269,990. This home features a one-car garage with stairs up to the home’s main level, which is on the third floor of each building.
The home’s main level has a living room with three windows and a formal dining room with optional columns. At the back of this level, buyers can add French doors into the family room. The family room is open to the kitchen, which has a breakfast area and a door to the deck.
Upstairs, the master suite has two walk-in closets and a luxury bath with an oversized shower and two vanities. Buyers can add a soaking tub.
Two more bedrooms, a second full bath and a laundry room complete this level.
Options include a fireplace, hardwood flooring, tray ceilings and other upgrades.
For more information or directions, call sales and marketing representative Lena Tate at 301/874-0734 or visit www.ryanhomes.com.
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