- The Washington Times - Friday, July 28, 2000

Mitchell and Best Builders is building 16 luxury town houses at King Farm in Rockville. Residents of King Farm will enjoy an urban environment within walking distance of the Shady Grove Metro station plus such amenities as a swimming pool, tennis courts, a fitness center, ball fields, parks, ponds and a shopping center.

Each home in this Montgomery County community will feature a brick front, an enclosed courtyard garden and a two- or three-car detached garage.

Inside, all three models include two or three bedrooms optional floor plans have up to five bedrooms and 2 1/2 or more baths. All the houses have hardwood flooring in the foyer and powder room, a gas fireplace in the family room, a gourmet kitchen with 42-inch cabinets, a breakfast room, and gas heat and hot water.

The houses range in size from 1,826 to 2,603 finished square feet, with base prices from $306,900 to $345,900.

The Williamsburg model, with 2,063 square feet, is priced from $345,900. This town house offers a single-family-style appearance, a main-level entrance, a step-down living room open to the dining room and an optional study. The rear family room, adjacent to the center-island kitchen and breakfast room, has a fireplace. A larger breakfast room or a sun room can be built to connect the house with the garage and can include a mudroom, a laundry room and skylights.

On the second level, the master suite features an oversize walk-in closet and luxury bath with a corner soaking tub. Two more bedrooms share a hall bath. Other floor plans include two bedrooms, with a computer room or sitting area, or a master suite covering the entire level, with a sitting room and dressing room. An optional third level has two more bedrooms and a full bath, and an apartment can be added over the garage.

For more information or directions, call Mitchell and Best at 301/762-9511, Ext. 2117.

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