- The Washington Times - Friday, December 8, 2000

The Christopher Cos. firm is building 19 single-family homes at Maple Trace in Fairfax. The neighborhood is a small community of clustered residences that surround courtyards with trees and walkways.

This Fairfax County community features small home sites that provide privacy yet require little maintenance.

Each home will include maintenance-free vinyl siding, a partial brick front, professional landscaping, a two-car garage, and brick or optional stone steps to a porch. Full brick fronts are optional.

Inside, both models include four bedrooms, 3 1/2 or 4 1/2 baths, hardwood flooring in the foyer, 9-foot ceilings on the first and second floors, crown and chair-rail moldings, a gas fireplace with a slate hearth and a wood mantel in the family room, a center-island kitchen with 42-inch cabinets and a separate breakfast area, gas heat and hot water, and a luxury master bath with a soaking tub and separate shower.

The Parkland model, with 2,912 finished square feet, is base-priced from $410,770 to $440,075. The Grove model, with 2,832 finished square feet, is base-priced from $412,535 to $421,525.

The Grove model features a foyer flanked by a formal dining room with decorative columns and a formal living room or optional library. This level also has an open center-island kitchen, a breakfast area with a bay window, a great room with decorative columns and a sun room with access to an optional deck. Upstairs, the master suite has two walk-in closets and a luxury bath. The second and third bedrooms both have walk-in closets, and they share a hall bath. The fourth bedroom has a private bath. The fourth bedroom could be eliminated for a two-story great room or converted to a study or media room.

Options available include a finished lower level, bay windows, tray ceilings or a finished loft with a bath.

For more information or directions, call sales manager Maureen Simpson at 703/352-5950, Ext. 4.


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