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New in Virginia: Townhomes at Mosaic District
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EYA is building 112 town homes at the Townhomes at Mosaic District in Fairfax, adjacent to new shops and restaurants and entertainment. The community has a fitness center, a swimming pool and a shuttle to the Dunn Loring-Merrifield Metro station.
Each home in this Fairfax County community will be part of an urban row-house design with a brick and/or HardiePanel siding exterior, a front stoop with wrought-iron railings and an awning, a rooftop terrace, professional landscaping, and a one- or two-car garage.
Inside, all three models feature three or four levels with three or four bedrooms; 2½ or 3½ baths; hardwood flooring in the kitchen and powder room; ceramic tile flooring in the foyer and full baths; 9-foot ceilings on the main and upper levels; recessed lighting, 42-inch birch cabinets, granite or Corian counters, stainless steel appliances and a pantry in the center-island kitchen; a luxury master bath with a double-sink vanity and an oversized glass-enclosed shower; a high-tech wiring system; gas heat; a programmable thermostat, and energy-efficient features.
The homes have 1,848 to 2,566 finished square feet, with base prices from $597,400 to the $800,000s. Homeowner association fees are $149 per month.
The Bryant model, with 2,112 square feet, is priced from $697,900. This four-level home has a foyer entrance and a den or fourth bedroom on the lower level, along with an entrance to the two-car garage.
The main level has an open living room and dining room at the front, with a powder room, a breakfast area and the kitchen at the back.
Upstairs on the first of two upper levels, the master suite has a walk-in closet and a luxury bath. A second bedroom, a second full bath and a laundry room complete this level.
The top level has a loft with two glass doors to the roof terrace and a third bedroom with an optional full bath.
Options include a deck off the main level, a deluxe master bath, bay windows, a rough-in for solar electric panels and a rough-in for an electric-car charging station.
For more information or directions, call sales manager Adam Cetron or community representative Meriana Ayoub at 703/385-4647 or visit www.EYA.com.
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