- The Washington Times - Friday, September 7, 2001

Bozzuto/Porten Venture, a partnership of Bozzuto Homes and Porten Cos., is building 115 condominiums at the new planned community of Fallsgrove in Rockville.

Each building in this Montgomery County community will include a brick and 6 1/2-inch beaded-vinyl-siding exterior, a spacious balcony for each home, professionally landscaped courtyards with fountains, a marble floor in the lobby, an elevator, and reserved garage parking. Some units have an optional private garage.

Inside, all eight models feature two or three bedrooms; two to three baths; 12- by 12-inch ceramic tile in the foyer and powder room; crown and chair-rail moldings; 42-inch cabinets, Corian counters, hardwood flooring, recessed lighting and white-on-white appliances in the kitchen; a high-tech wiring system; ceramic tile baths; 9- and 12-foot ceilings; and gas heat and hot water.

The homes range in size from 1,312 to 2,950 finished square feet, with base prices from $251,900 to $584,900.

The Falconhurst model, with 2,893 square feet, is priced from $555,900.

This home features a wide foyer with decorative columns, a large living room with access to two balconies, a formal dining room, a large center-island kitchen with an adjacent breakfast area, a spacious family room with double doors into a study, which has a closet. A laundry room with an extra pantry, a powder room, a closet and a butler's pantry are located off the kitchen and dining room. On the opposite side of the living room, the master suite has a large bath with a soaking tub and separate shower and two walk-in closets, including one double-size closet. Two additional bedrooms and a second full bath are nearby. One bedroom could function as a sitting room with optional French doors, and the third could be a second study.

Options include storage facilities, private garages, coffered ceilings and fireplaces.

For information or directions, call sales manager Tina Vladavsky at 301/315-6650.


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