- The Washington Times - Friday, April 21, 2000

Looking for a Loudoun County community with plenty of recreational amenities? Residents at Cascades enjoy three recreationcenters with swimming pools and tennis and basketball courts. A fourthcenter will open in June.
The Cambridge Co., L.L.C., is building 134 traditional town homes at Westlakes at Cascades in Potomac Falls.
Each20- or 22-foot-wide home will feature a detailed Victorian, Federal ortraditional-style exterior, a recessed entry, oversized windows, and aone-car or two-car garage.
All four models feature 9-foot ceilings onthe lower and middle levels, ceramic tile foyers and bathrooms, a gasfireplace with a TV niche, three-piece moldings in the foyer, livingroom, dining room, a soaking tub and separate shower in the master bath,a family room adjoining the kitchen, 42-inch kitchen cabinets, and alower-level recreation room and powder room.
The homes range in sizefrom 1,828 to 2,208 finished square feet, with base prices from $189,900to $221,900.
The Georgetown Series, which are 22-foot-wide homes,includes a lower-level entrance with a recreation room and a rear-entry,one-car garage. The second level has an open living room and diningroom, a family room with a fireplace, and a kitchen and breakfast room.Upstairs are three bedrooms and two full baths.
The end unit Wisconsinmodel, with 1,899 square feet, is priced from $208,900. The Sequoiamodel, with 1,828 square feet, is priced from $189,900.
The Old TownSeries, which are 20-foot-wide homes, feature a two-car garage. The endunit Gadsby model, with 2,208 square feet, is priced from $221,900. Theinterior Chadwick model, with 2,109 square feet, is priced from$199,900.
Options available include a three-level sun-room addition,decks, hardwood flooring, vaulted ceilings, bay windows and a kitchenwith Corian counter tops.
For information or directions, call salesmanager Nancy Bachman at 703/404-4720.

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