- The Washington Times - Friday, November 10, 2000

Residents of the town home-style con-dominiums at Hampshire Hall in Upper Marlboro enjoy an attractive neighborhood with walking trails, public tennis courts, a semi-private country club with a golf course, a lake and a nearby public swimming pool. Brookfield Homes is building 144 condominiums in this Prince George's County community.

Each contemporary-style midrise building will be constructed of brick and siding, with a patio or deck or both off each home, and professionally landscaped common areas. Many of the homes include a one-car garage.

All six models include two bedrooms; two baths; vaulted ceilings; a gas fireplace; six-panel interior doors; wall-to-wall carpeting; deluxe lighting fixtures; and gas heat.

The condominiums range in size from 1,136 to 1,455 finished square feet, with base prices from $118,490 to $129,990.

The Easton model, with 1,175 square feet, is priced from $124,490. This home features a foyer entrance adjacent to the garage, an open living room and dining room with a fireplace and access to a deck, and a fully equipped kitchen with a pantry. Upstairs, the master bedroom has a walk-in closet and private bath, and the second bedroom has a walk-in closet. Nearby are a laundry room and second bath.

The Chandler model, with 1,455 square feet, is priced from $129,990. This home has a lower level foyer entrance leading to stairs to the second level, which has an L-shaped living room and dining room, an optional powder room and a kitchen. The third level has a master suite with a walk-in closet, a second closet and a private bath. A second bedroom, full bath and laundry room complete this level. A loft level on this model has a third bedroom or loft space with a walk-in closet and optional bath.

Options available include extra baths, and upgraded flooring and appliances.

For information or directions, call sales manager Tom Hughes at 301/574-9076.

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