Michael Harris Homes is building 18 single-family houses on sites of 4,200 to 8,400 square feet at Maple Lawn in Fulton, a planned community with green spaces, walkways, a swimming pool, a formal garden, a tennis court, a picnic pavilion, a tot lot, a multipurpose court, and a green for softball, soccer and outdoor concerts. The community also has a retail center with shops and restaurants.
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.
If you've been shopping for a newly built home recently, you may have noticed that while home sizes are shrinking overall, the rooms within the homes don't necessarily feel smaller. The trick, according to area builders, is that new homes are designed to maximize efficiency and open space.
Michael Harris Homes is building 31 single-family homes on quarter-acre sites at Chestnut Lodge in Rockville, on the 21-acre site of the former Woodlawn Hotel. The site includes historic buildings that are being renovated as part of the community, which will have pocket parks and sidewalks.
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.