- The Washington Times - Thursday, March 15, 2001

Residents at the planned community of King Farm in Rockville enjoy a community center with an exercise room, swimming pool and tennis courts; ball fields; parks and walking trails; an on-site shopping center; and a location near the Rockville Metro station.

Centex Homes is building 153 condominiums at the Village Center Condominium complex at King Farm.

The condos in this Montgomery County community will be built in a midrise building with an elevator and an exterior of more than 60 percent brick with beaded vinyl siding, a gated parking lot with controlled access, front and rear vestibules with controlled access, and professional landscaping. A one-car garage is optional.

Inside, all seven models have one or two levels; two or three bedrooms; two or three baths; hardwood flooring in the foyer; paneled interior doors with brass levers; 42-inch oak or white raised-panel cabinets in the fully equipped kitchen; a luxury master bath with a soaking tub and separate shower; ceramic-tile flooring and Corian vanity tops in the bathrooms; a structured wiring package for high-speed Internet, cable and telephone service; and gas heat and hot water.

The homes range in size from 1,500 to 2,100 finished square feet, with base prices from $254,990 to $306,990. Some models include a terrace, a balcony or a loft.

The Sapphire model, with 1,800 square feet, is priced from $269,990. This home features a foyer entrance that leads into an open living room with an optional fireplace, a formal dining room with decorative columns and an eat-in kitchen. The floor plan also has a study adjacent to the master-bedroom suite that also can function as a sitting room; a master bedroom with two walk-in closets and a luxury bath; and a second bedroom with a walk-in closet and a full bath.

Options include a fireplace, whirlpool tubs and other interior upgrades.

For information or directions, call sales manager Eric Yakuchev at 301/548-0962.


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