- The Washington Times - Friday, August 10, 2001

Comstock Homes is building 84 traditional single-family homes at Emerald Farm in Frederick, where homeowners can enjoy tennis courts, basketball courts, baseball fields, playgrounds and a park. A public swimming pool and Gambrill Mountain are nearby.

Each home in this Frederick County community will be built on a .25-acre home site with maintenance-free vinyl siding, professional landscaping, a concrete driveway and a two-car garage. Brick or stone fronts and dormer windows are optional.

Inside, all five models feature four bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 9-foot ceilings on the main level, hardwood flooring in the foyer, a gas fireplace in the family room, a finished recreation room and a three-piece bath rough-in on the lower level, 42-inch cabinets and upgraded appliances in the center-island kitchen, smart wiring, gas heat and hot water and a master bath with a double-bowl sink, a soaking tub and separate shower and 4-by-4 white tile surrounds.

The homes range in size from 2,771 to 3,740 finished square feet, with base prices from $256,900 to $295,900.

The Richmond model, with 3,740 square feet, is priced from $295,900. This home features a formal living room and formal dining room flanking the two-story foyer, a corner library, a two-story family room with decorative columns, and a kitchen and breakfast area with an adjacent laundry room. Upstairs, the master suite has an optional sitting room, a double-size walk-in closet and a luxury bath. Three additional bedrooms share a hall bath. Options on this model include a third full bath over the two-story foyer, a fifth bedroom with a one-story family room, and a first-floor master suite with a cathedral ceiling in place of the library.

Other options available include two or three-story sunrooms, bay windows and rear staircases.

For information or directions, call sales manager Dan Martin at 301/620-8500.

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