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New in Maryland: Symphony Park
Michael Harris Homes is building 112 20- and 24-foot-wide town homes at Symphony Park in North Bethesda, which shares a campuslike setting with the Music Center at Strathmore. Symphony Park has a cobblestone entry, brick walkways, fountains and European-style gardens and mews within walking distance of the Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro station. Shops and restaurants are nearby in Rockville and downtown Bethesda.
The brownstones in this Montgomery County community include bay windows, gable and hip roofs, stone window and door frames, brick detailing, a stone stoop, a professionally landscaped courtyard and a two-car garage.
Inside, all four models feature three bedrooms; 21/2 to 41/2 baths; oak stairs; hardwood flooring on the main level; high ceilings; transoms; crown and chair-rail molding; a gas fireplace; 42-inch maple cabinets, upgraded stainless steel appliances and granite counters in the center-island kitchen; ceramic tile flooring in the baths; a luxury master bath with marble counters, a soaking tub and separate shower; a high-tech wiring system; Energy Star certification; and dual-zone heating and air conditioning.
The homes have approximately 3,200 to 3,900 finished square feet, with base prices from $1,000,000 to $1,200,000. Homeowner association fees are $255 per month.
The Regent model, with 3,900 square feet, is priced from $1,200,000. This home has a covered entrance into the lower level, which has a reception room or study, a media room or den, a mudroom and a storage room or optional bath.
The main level has an open floor plan with a library and living and dining areas at the front. The back of the home has the center-island kitchen, a powder room and a family room with a fireplace and two glass doors to a roof terrace.
Upstairs, the master suite has a coffered ceiling, a separate sitting room with columns, two walk-in closets and a luxury bath. Two more bedrooms, a second full bath and a laundry room complete this level.
The loft level features a vaulted ceiling and a glass door to another roof terrace. Buyers can add a bedroom, a wet bar, a fireplace and a full bath to this level.
For more information or directions, call Leslie Fitzpatrick, vice president of sales and marketing at 301/493-0010 or visit MIchael Harris Homes” href=”http://www.MichaelHarrisHomes.com” target=”_blank”>www.MichaelHarrisHomes.com.
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