- The Washington Times - Friday, July 14, 2000

The planned community of King Farm in Rockville, which is near the Shady Grove Metro station, includes a swimming pool, parks, playgrounds, walking trails and a proposed village center for shopping. Bozzuto Homes is building 182 neo-traditional luxury condominiums here.

Each building in this Montgomery County community will feature a brick-and-vinyl exterior, an enclosed entryway with an intercom system, an elevator and extensive landscaping. Garage parking is optional.

Inside, all six models have two or three bedrooms, two baths, an open floor plan, oversize 6-foot windows, 9-foot ceilings, a family room and ample storage. The condos feature side-by-side washer-dryer connections, vinyl-tile foyers, a balcony or patio, space-saver closet designs, gas heat, stove and hot water, and individually metered and controlled gas and electricity.

The homes range in size from 1,352 to 1,855 finished square feet, with base prices from $162,900 to $213,900.

The Dulaney model, which has 1,644 square feet, is base-priced at $198,900. This model features a central living room with access to the balcony, a master suite with two closets (one is a walk-in closet), and a private bath two additional bedrooms share a hall bath. The condo also has a formal dining room, a center-island kitchen with a breakfast area and an open family room.

The largest home, the Cashell model with a loft, has 1,885 square feet and a base price of $213,900. This home features an L-shaped dining room and living room with the loft above, a family room next to the kitchen, and three bedrooms, including a master suite with a sitting area.

Options available include fireplaces, enter-tainment centers, French doors, arches and decorative columns, custom-designed kitchens with granite or Corian counters and other upgrades.

For information or directions, call property manager Victoria Jones at 301/948-0999.

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