- The Washington Times - Friday, August 18, 2000

The planned community of Lakelands in Gaithersburg, a neo-traditional development similar to the villages of 18th-century America, has narrow sidewalks and streets in traditional grid patterns.

Market Square, where neighbors can find shops, restaurants, a health club and a movie theater, is within walking distance of most homes. Recreational amenities include swimming, tennis and walking trails. Classic Community is building 100 town houses at Lakelands.

Each house in this Montgomery County community features vinyl siding, a 20-by-10-foot deck and a two-car garage. Brick fronts are optional.

Inside, each home has two or three bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths and 12-foot ceilings in the living room. The master bedroom and bath feature 11-foot ceilings, and the luxury master bath has a soaking tub and separate shower. The houses feature crown moldings, two sets of double patio doors in the living room, a first-floor study, ceramic flooring in the foyer and bathrooms, and a center-island kitchen with recessed lighting and 42-inch cabinets, including a wall of glass-front cabinets.

The Turnbury model, with 2,180 finished square feet, is base-priced from $234,990 to $238,490. This home features a lower-level entrance with a den or bedroom off the foyer and a door to the garage. On the main level, the living room has an optional fireplace and an open dining room defined by columns. At the front is a center-island kitchen with a pantry. An optional side bay window in the kitchen is available on end units.

Upstairs, floor plans are available with three bedrooms and two baths or two bedrooms and two baths, each with two closets and one with a luxury bath.

Options available include a full bath on the lower level, a loft, a fireplace, a gourmet kitchen with granite counters and hardwood flooring.

For more information or directions, call 301/519-8631.

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