- The Washington Times - Friday, July 21, 2000

Swimming and tennis are favorite summer pastimes of residents of the planned community of Greenhill Crossing in Gainesville, Va. Comstock Homes is building 418 Colonial-style town homes in this Prince William County community.
Each home will include maintenance-free vinyl siding, professional landscaping and 20-year Fiberglas roof shingles. Two models feature a one-car garage.
All three models have three finished levels with three bedrooms, two full baths, 9-foot ceilings on the main level, Colonial-style paneled doors and oak handrails. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and the tubs have ceramic-tile surrounds. Each model has two sliding glass doors, an open kitchen with 42-inch cabinets and recessed lighting, a rough-in for a lower-level bathroom, and gas heat and hot water.
The Clayton model, with 1,800 finished square feet, is priced from $152,900. This home has a lower-level entrance with a two-story foyer, a recreation room and a one-car garage. The second level has a living room, a dining area, and an oversized open kitchen and family room.
The Jamestown II model, priced from $152,900, has 1,950 to 2,030 finished square feet. This home has a lower-level entry, a recreation room, a one-car garage, a large living room, a dining area, and a large kitchen and breakfast area. Upstairs are three bedrooms and two baths, with an optional luxury master bath or sun room off the master suite or both. This model can have an optional sun room on all three levels and a country kitchen.
The Jamestown II also is available with an English basement and larger recreation room instead of the garage. This version has 1,840 to 2,080 finished square feet and a base price of $139,900.
Options available include a luxury master bath with a soaking tub and separate shower, box bay windows, a kitchen island and additional bathrooms.
For information or directions, call sales manager Michelle Hedrick at 703/551-3166.

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