- The Washington Times - Friday, October 5, 2001

Brookfield Homes is building 32 single-family houses at Highland View in Falls Church, each with a front porch and interesting architectural details such as varied rooflines and dormer windows.

Each home in this Fairfax County community has upgraded professional landscaping and a two-car garage with decorative doors. Some homes include a brick front, and stone foundations and three-car garages are optional.

Inside, all three models include four to five bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, hardwood flooring in the foyer and kitchen, three-piece crown moldings, a gas fireplace with a marble surround, 9-foot and 10-foot ceilings, a family foyer, tray ceilings in the master bedroom, a granite kitchen island, 42-inch raised-panel oak cabinets and white-on-white appliances in the kitchen, ceramic tile bathroom flooring, a master bath with a soaking tub and separate shower, and gas heat and hot water.

The homes range in size from 3,473 to 3,649 finished square feet, with base prices from $699,990 to $729,990.

The Chadwick model, with 3,473 square feet, is priced from $699,990. This home features a formal living room off the main foyer, a study, a formal dining room, an open kitchen with an adjacent morning room and family room, a family foyer with access from the front porch and the garage, and laundry/storage room off the garage.

Upstairs, the master suite has two walk-in closets and a spacious bath. Three additional bedrooms each have a walk-in closet and either a connecting or private bath. This home can be modified with an extended family room, a family office on the first floor and a second-level laundry room, and a playroom and guest room can be added with a three-car garage.

Options include catering kitchens, a media room, a wet bar, and a lower-level suite for use as an in-law or au pair suite or home office with a separate entrance.

For information or directions, call sales manager Gayle Ellis at 703/536-7131.

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