- The Washington Times - Friday, July 27, 2001

John Laing Homes is building 42 courtyard homes at Governor's Square in Dunn Loring, a hybrid style of a single-family home and town home with large houses centered around common courtyards. The houses are attached on one side.
Each home in this Fairfax County community includes a brick front and sides, brick stoops and front walks, copper roofs on the front bay windows, 6-inch beaded vinyl siding, sodded yards, stamped concrete courtyards, fenced rear yards, professionally landscaped front and common areas, and a two-car garage.
Inside, both models include three finished levels with four bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths, 10-foot ceilings on the main level, 9-foot ceilings on the second level, 8-foot ceilings on the lower level, hardwood flooring on the main level, chair-rail and crown moldings, a gas fireplace, Corian counters, upscale appliances, 42-inch cabinets in the eat-in kitchen, a luxury master bath with a soaking tub and separate shower, gas hot water and two-zone gas heating.
The homes range in size from 3,700 to 4,600 finished square feet with base prices from $610,000 to $640,000.
The Thomas De La Warr model, with 4,600 square feet, is priced from $640,000. This home features a formal living room and formal dining room with transom windows, a library, a family room with a fireplace, a center-island kitchen and breakfast room, a pantry and a laundry room. Upstairs, the master suite has a sitting area, two walk-in closets, and a large bath with a corner soaking tub, a separate shower and two separate vanities. The second and third bedrooms, each with a walk-in closet, share a connecting bath. The fourth bedroom has a private bath and walk-in closet. The lower level has a den, a recreation room, a game room and a full bath.
Options include extra fireplaces, tray ceilings, bay windows, a data cabling system, a security system and other upgrades.
For information or directions, call sales manager Elizabeth Kalaf at 703/573-2000.

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