By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
While some homebuyers prefer the patina of age and tradition in a home, others refuse to compromise by living in a home that another family has occupied. The advantages of purchasing a new home are many, but two aspects appeal to many people: New homes typically are designed to match the way families live and entertain today, and most have environmentally friendly features that increase the home's energy efficiency.
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.
Whether you appreciate Mozart, Joan Baez or the ukulele - or all three - the Music Center at Strathmore in North Bethesda can fill your ears and your heart with song. Now, with the help of Michael Harris Homes, music lovers can live in the midst of Montgomery County's cultural center and walk to concerts and plays, art exhibits and workshops.