- The Washington Times - Friday, July 13, 2001

Jaguar Development Inc. is building 96 upscale condominiums at the historically styled Providence Square in Old Town Fairfax, where two plazas and a fountain will complement the all-brick building. Residents will enjoy a gym, a library, a party/meeting room, a kitchen, a card room and a concierge desk on site.

Each home in this Fairfax County com-munity will have two reserved garage parking spaces and a balcony.

Inside, all eight models feature one to three bedrooms, 1 1/2 to 3 baths, 9-foot ceilings, hardwood entry floors, crown moldings, Corian counters and G.E. Profile appliances in the kitchen, full-size washers and dryers, a high-speed wiring package, and a choice of a sun room or balcony. Some homes include a fireplace, tray ceilings, and center-island kitchens.

The homes range in size from 1,200 to 2,100 finished square feet with base prices from $182,900 to $448,900.

The Berkley model, with 2,100 square feet, is priced from $448,900. This home features a powder room and a laundry room off the foyer, and a large open living room and dining room with sliding-glass doors to the terrace and a three sides of windows for the living room area. The nearby eat-in kitchen includes a bay-windowed breakfast area and a pantry. The master suite features a double-door entrance, two walk-in closets, and a private bath with a soaking tub, separate shower and a double vanity.

Two additional bedrooms share a connecting full bath with a double vanity, and one bedroom includes a walk-in closet.

The smallest model, The Coventry, priced from $182,900, has a library and powder room off the foyer, a formal dining room, a formal living room, a sun room, and a master bedroom suite with a bay window, a large walk-in closet and a private bath with a laundry area included.

Options include hardwood flooring, built-in shelving and entertainment centers, and upgraded appliances, carpet, counters and cabinets.

For information or directions call Jeanette Schimmel at 703/218-8100.

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