- The Washington Times - Friday, January 5, 2001

Beazer Homes is building 80 town houses with three finished levels at Fairfax Landing in Lorton, near Huntley Meadows Park. The traditional Williamsburg-style exteriors of these homes are combined with open and flexible floor plans.
Each home in this Fairfax County community will include vinyl siding; fiberglass roof shingles guaranteed for 25 years; a post lamp; professional landscaping, including a sodded yard; and privacy fencing in the rear yard. Some homes include a one-car garage.
Both models feature three bedrooms, two baths, 9-foot ceilings on the main level, oak railings in an open stairwell, a recreation room in the finished lower level, six-panel doors, a fully equipped kitchen with General Electric appliances, ceramic-tile tub and shower surrounds in the baths, a walk-in closet in the master suite and gas heat and hot water.
The models each have approximately 1,800 finished square feet. The Porter model is priced from $179,990 and the Morgan model from $181,990.
The Porter model features an open living room and dining room with a country kitchen and family room at the rear of the home. Upstairs, the master suite has a walk-in closet and a private bath, while the second and third bedrooms share a hall bath. The lower level includes a recreation room and a den and has an optional bath. The Morgan model is similar but includes a one-car garage, a walk-out basement and a dramatic two-story foyer.
Both models can be expanded with a two- or three-story extension on the rear of the home, which adds space to the recreation room downstairs, adds a sun room off the kitchen accessible through sliding glass doors or French doors, and a master-suite sitting room upstairs.
Other options include fireplaces, skylights, bay windows, French doors, a gourmet appliance package and luxury bath upgrades.
For more information or directions, call Isolde Riehl at 703/339-7470.

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