- The Washington Times - Friday, November 3, 2000

Finding an affordable town house in Waldorf doesn't mean a buyer has to sacrifice living space or community amenities. Patriot Homes is building 78 town houses with an optional three-level sun-room addition at Charles Crossing, where residents enjoy a swimming pool, pool house, tennis courts, hiking trails, all-purpose fields and a gazebo.

Each home in this Charles County com-munity will feature a brick front, aluminum siding and a fiberglass front door with a brass kick plate.

Inside, the homes will have three bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, hardwood flooring in the foyer, 9-foot ceilings on the first floor, a country kitchen with 42-inch wood cabinets, decorative columns, a finished recreation room in the walk-out basement, four-paneled interior doors, gas heat and hot water.

The Concorde model, priced from $147,400, has 1,920 finished square feet. This home features a lower-level entrance foyer with stairs to the main level and access to the finished recreation room. Optional features for this level include a den or bedroom, a powder room and a fireplace. Upstairs, the dining room is open to the living room and defined by columns, while the rear country kitchen includes a pantry. The kitchen can include a built-in desk and a laundry room. On the upper level, two bedrooms share a hall bath, and the master suite has a private bath and an optional vaulted ceiling.

The Concorde II model, which includes the three-level sun-room extension for a total of 2,280 finished square feet, is base-priced at $161,400. The sun-room addition enlarges the master suite and adds a luxury bath with a soaking tub and separate shower. It also adds a sun room on each of the lower levels.

Other options available include a gas fireplace, room extensions, a deck and a third full bath.

For more information or directions, call sales manager Larry Campbell at 301/645-0100.

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