- The Washington Times - Friday, June 9, 2000

Toll Brothers Inc. is building 98 single-family homes at the Hunt at Middleton Farm in Oak Hill. Each home will be built on one-fourth to one-third of an acre. Residents of this Fairfax County community can enjoy open spaces and an on-site tot lot, as well as nearby equestrian facilities at Frying Pan Park, and plenty of local golf courses.

Each home will include a brick front, maintenance-free vinyl siding, professional landscaping, a cul-de-sac location and a two-car garage. Stone and stucco facades and other architectural details are optional.

All five models feature four bedrooms; 2 1/2 or 3 1/2 baths; 9-foot ceilings on the main level; a masonry fireplace in the family room; archways with fluted trim and corner me-dallions in the dining room; crown and chair-rail moldings; hardwood flooring in the foyer; a kitchen with a large pantry, a breakfast area and a choice of gas or electric cooking; and a master suite with crown moldings, a walk-in closet and a luxury bath with a soaking tub and separate shower.

The homes range in size from 3,200 to 3,700 finished square feet, with base prices from $460,975 to $512,975, depending on the exterior style chosen.

The Marion model, with 3,700 finished square feet, is base-priced from $493,975 to $505,975. This dramatic home features a two-story foyer with a "butterfly-shaped" staircase flanked by the living room and dining room. To the rear is a private study, a center-island kitchen and breakfast room, and a two-story family room with a fireplace and optional skylights. Upstairs, the master suite includes a separate sitting room or den, and three more bedrooms have a private or connecting bath.

Options available include sun rooms, finished basements, greenhouses, skylights, cathedral ceilings, whirlpool tubs, wet bars, additional fireplaces and more.

For information or directions, call sales manager Carol Janis at 703/715-9800.

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