- The Washington Times - Friday, November 24, 2000

Winchester Homes is building 74 single-family homes at Ashton Preserve in Sandy Spring, Montgomery County's first "rural cluster zoning" community.
Rural cluster zoning here provides for a neighborhood with environmentally protected areas, more than 70 percent open space and an extensive natural equestrian and pedestrian network.
Each home will be built on a lot of one-third to one-half acre, and buyers may purchase 10-acre home sites for stabling horses or use as farms. Exterior features include brick fronts, brick entry stoops and two-car garages.
Inside, each of the seven models includes three or four bedrooms; up to three full and two half-baths; a brick fireplace; hardwood flooring in the foyer, kitchen, breakfast room and powder room; 9-foot ceilings on the lower two levels; a first-floor study; a large center-island kitchen with Corian counters, 42-inch cabinets and a Jenn-Air cook top; gas heat and hot water; a high-tech wiring package; rear staircases; and a luxury master bath with a soaking tub and separate shower.
The homes range in size from 2,897 to 4,502 finished square feet, with base prices from $554,000 to $680,000.
The Langley model, with 4,502 square feet, is priced from $680,000. This home features a front porch, a two-story foyer, a living room with decorative columns, a study, a formal dining room, covered side and rear porches, two optional solariums, two powder rooms and a two-story family room with an adjacent rear staircase. Upstairs, the master suite features a private covered balcony, a sitting room with columns, a tray ceiling in the bedroom and a walk-in closet off the luxury bath. Two additional full baths, three bedrooms, and a laundry room complete this level.
Options available include a three-car garage and a finished lower level.
For more information and directions, call sales manager Bob Pearson at 301/570-0906.

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