- The Washington Times - Friday, April 6, 2001

John Laing Homes is building 22 three-level garage town homes at Wheaton Square in Wheaton, where residents are just a few blocks from the Wheaton Metro Station, Wheaton Plaza shopping center, and plenty of shops and popular restaurants.

Each home in this Montgomery County community will feature traditional architec-ture with a six-panel front door and coach lamps, maintenance-free vinyl siding, fiberglass roof shingles, professional landscaping, privacy fencing and a one-car garage. Brick fronts and decks are optional.

Inside, both models feature three bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, a lower level entrance with a tiled foyer, 9-foot ceilings on the main level, six-panel interior doors, 42-inch cabinets and a double-bowl stainless steel sink in the kitchen, a pedestal sink in the powder room, a walk-in closet in the master bedroom, a walkout basement, and gas heat and hot water.

The John Gifford interior model has 1,884 finished square feet with a base price of $229,990, while the end-unit Jacob Fussell model has 2,228 finished square feet, with a base price of $239,990. Currently, 12 homes that include a full-finished basement with a powder room, a gas fireplace in the recreation room, a kitchen island and other optional features are priced at about $250,000 for interior units and $270,000 for end units.

The Jacob Fussell model features an optional recreation room on the lower level, an open living and dining room on the main level, with a rear kitchen open to the family room, which can include a patio door and fireplace. Upstairs, the master suite has a private bath and two more bedrooms share a hall bath. Vaulted and cathedral ceilings and a luxury master bath are optional.

Other options available include bay windows, skylights, a security system and high-tech wiring.

For information or directions, call sales manager Ernie Kyger at 301/649-5300.

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