- The Washington Times - Friday, May 12, 2000

The planned community of Cameron Station has been designed to replicate nearby Old Town Alexandria’s traditional arch-itecture and urban village atmosphere. The Cambridge Co. is building 114 town homes in this Alexandria community.
Each home will include a stone-and-antique brick facade with brick sides and stoop, a brick paver driveway, a wood privacy fence, and a two-car garage.
The Stoneyhurst model has 3,100 finished square feet, 3,300 finished square feet with a loft addition. This home is base-priced from $400,900 to $426,400.
The main level of the home includes 10-foot ceilings, decorative columns, and chair-rail and crown moldings in the foyer, living room and dining room.
The home’s ground-floor entrance leads into the foyer, which features 12-inch ceramic tile flooring and art niches. This level also has an entrance to the garage, an optional recreation room, and an optional fourth bedroom and full bath.
The main level features an open living room and dining room; a central kitchen and breakfast nook with hardwood flooring and a bar open to the family room; a private corner library with French doors; a powder room; and a sunken family room with 11-foot ceilings, a fireplace, a built-in entertainment center and a bay window.
The second floor holds a master bedroom with a bay window, walk-in closet, vaulted ceilings, and a luxury bath with a corner soaking tub and separate shower. Two additional bedrooms share a bath, or they can be combined into a second master suite. An optional fourth or fifth bedroom and bath or loft overlooking the master bedroom is available.
Other options include wet bars, transom windows, skylights, decks, intercom systems, home stereo systems, a home theater, and upgraded counters, cabinets, and floors.
For information or directions, call sales manager Shawn McCaslin at 703/567-4502.

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