- The Washington Times - Friday, December 1, 2000

Eighty-one luxurious single-family homes are being built by Craftmark Homes at the Preserve at Small's Nursery, a planned community with mature trees and curving streets near several local golf courses in Rockville.
Each home in this Montgomery County community will have a brick front, a steep Colonial-style roof pitch, professional landscaping, a brick-design poured-concrete foundation, Colonial-style panel shutters and a two-car garage. Stone fronts are optional.
All six models feature four or five bedrooms; 2 1/2 to 4 1/2 baths; 8.4-to 9-foot ceilings on the upper levels; a partial two-story foyer with hardwood flooring; a fireplace in the family room; oversized crown and chair-rail moldings and window trim; a ceiling medallion in the dining room; a first-floor study; ceramic-tile flooring and tub and shower surrounds in the baths; a luxury master bath with a soaking tub and separate shower; a center-island kitchen with 42-inch cabinets; dual-zone heating and air conditioning; and gas heat and hot water.
The homes range in size from 2,555 to 5,000 finished square feet, with base prices from $435,900 to $502,900.
The Oakton model, with 4,200 square feet, is priced from $494,900. This home features a two-story foyer flanked by a study and formal living room. Decorative columns separate the living room and the dining room. At the rear of the house is a step-down two-story family room with columns plus a bay-windowed breakfast area and a center-island kitchen.
Upstairs, the master bedroom suite features a vaulted ceiling and a sitting room. Four additional bedrooms share two connecting baths, or an alternate floor plan calls for three larger rooms, one with a private bath, and an additional connecting bath.
Options available include a finished lower levels with full bath, finished attic space, a conservatory, sun room, room extensions, additional fireplaces and deck.
For more information or directions, call sales manager Frank Gilmore at 301/260-0344.

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