- The Washington Times - Friday, November 9, 2001

The Village Town Center in Germantown offers residents a library, banks, shops, restaurants and classes and entertainment at the Black Rock Center for the Arts. Beazer Homes is building 100 town-home-style condominiums in this Montgomery County community.

Each home will be a two-story unit built over or under another two-story unit, each with an attached one-car garage, a low-maintenance brick-and-vinyl exterior, a private deck and professional landscaping.

Inside, each model features two or three bedrooms; 2 or 2 1/2 baths; ceramic-tile tub surrounds; oak panel cabinets in the fully equipped kitchen; six-panel interior doors; miniblinds on all windows; gas heat and hot water; and vinyl flooring in the foyer, kitchen, bathrooms and powder room.

The Churchill model, with 1,118 finished square feet, is priced from $154,990. This home has a main-level entrance into an open living and dining room. At the rear is a kitchen and breakfast area with a pass-through to the dining area and a door to the deck. Adjacent is the master suite, which includes a walk-in closet and full bath. Downstairs are a bedroom, a full bath, a laundry room and access to the garage.

The Fairmont model, with 1,712 finished square feet, is priced from $189,990. This home has interior stairs leading from the front door up to the open living and dining room, a powder room, a family room, and a large kitchen and breakfast area with a pantry and a door to the deck. Upstairs are two bedrooms, a laundry room, a hall bath, and a master suite with two walk-in closets and a bath with a soaking tub, separate shower and dual-sink vanity. Vaulted ceilings are optional.

Options include a fireplace, a whirlpool tub, a security system, an intercom, ceramic-tile flooring in the baths and foyer, a washer and dryer and other upgrades.

For information or directions, call sales representative Len Bodenhamer at 301/972-2001.


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