- The Washington Times - Friday, May 26, 2000

Amenities at Kingsview Village in Germantown include forested conservation areas, hiking and biking trails, a community center with a swimming pool and tennis courts, playgrounds, multipurpose fields and nearby shopping centers. Now NVHomes will build 58 luxury town houses in this Montgomery County community.
Each home will include a partial brick facade, a brick-sided stoop, a sodded yard, a privacy fence and a one-car garage.
The Rothchild model, which is 22 feet wide and 38 feet deep, has about 2,139 finished square feet. With a garage-level entry, the home is priced from $199,990; with a midlevel entry, it is priced from $204,990.
Both designs include three bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 9-foot ceilings on the first and second levels, crown molding in the living room and foyer, six-panel Colonial doors and a pantry in the kitchen.
The model with garage-level entry in-cludes a foyer, optional recreation room, a powder room, a laundry room and the garage on the lower level.
The second level features a front living room and a rear kitchen with a choice of a dining room, a family room off the kitchen or a larger country kitchen. Another option if the family room or country kitchen is chosen would be to use decorative columns to define a dining room off the living room.
Upstairs, two bedrooms and a full bath are at the front of the house, while the rear master bedroom includes two closets, a private bath and an optional vaulted ceiling.
The home with midlevel entry has a larger laundry room on the lower level, and the foyer is a few steps below the living room.
Options available include fireplaces, luxury baths, decks, room extensions, security and in-tercom systems, wet bars, additional bath-rooms, finished recreation rooms, decorative columns, country kitchens and other upgrades.
For information or directions, call sales representative Pam Chiavelli at 301/528-4677.

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