- The Washington Times - Friday, May 5, 2000

The planned community of King Farm in Rockville features tree-lined streets and homes within walking distance of entertainment, shops and Metro. Stanley Martin Homes is building 21 single-family homes in its "Main Street Series" here.
Each home in this Montgomery County community will feature vinyl siding, a front porch, a brick stoop and lead walk and a rear-entry two-car garage. Brick fronts are optional.
Both models feature three bedrooms; 2 1/2 baths; 9-foot ceilings on the main level; a two-story foyer; a gas fireplace in the family room; cove and chair-rail moldings; hardwood flooring in the foyer; 42-inch cabinets in the center-island kitchen; a luxury master bath with a soaking tub and glass-enclosed shower; and gas heat and gas-heated water.
The Stickley model, with 2,600-finished-square feet, is base-priced from $349,990 to $355,990. This home, available with a traditional or a Tudor-style facade, features a living room and dining room with half walls and columns, a family room with an optional coffered ceiling and a spacious morning room and kitchen.
Upstairs, the master suite features a separate sitting room with optional knee walls, columns, or a two-sided fireplace, a walk-in closet, a large bedroom and a luxury bath.
The Roycroft model, with 2,700-finished-square feet, is base-priced from $361,990 to $369,990. This home features American arts-and-crafts-style architecture; a living room and dining room with columns and knee walls flanking the foyer; a kitchen and morning room; a two-story family room and a first-floor master suite with a sitting room and two walk-in closets.
Upstairs are two loft areas, one of which is an optional fourth bedroom. Options available include a fourth bedroom; a finished lower level with a recreation room, den, bathroom and game room; tray ceilings; built-ins; decks; and other upgrades.
For information or directions, call sales manager Martha Sala at 301/947-2625.

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