- The Washington Times - Friday, August 16, 2002

Miller and Smith is building 65 Craftsman-style single-family homes in the first phase of the planned community of Brambleton in Loudoun County, where residents can enjoy recreation such as golf and swimming.

Each home will feature Craftsman-style architecture and details with professionally selected exterior color schemes, low-maintenance vinyl siding, professional landscaping including sodded front and rear yards, and a two-car garage. Some garages will be accessed from a lane behind the home.

Inside, both models feature four bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 10-foot ceilings on the main level, a gas fireplace, crown and chair-rail moldings, ceiling medallions and oversized baseboards and door casings, oak plank hardwood floors in the foyer, 42-inch maple cabinets and a pantry in the kitchen, a master bath with an oversized glass-enclosed shower with a seat, and a three-piece rough-in for a basement bath.

The homes have from about 2,519 to 3,115 finished square feet, with base prices from $364,990 to $409,990.

The Rhapsody in Blue model, with 2,519 square feet, is priced from $364,990. This home features a foyer leading into a central hall and staircase, a living room with transom windows, a dining room with a wall of windows, a butler's pantry, and a study. Across the back of the house is an open family room with a fireplace, a center-island kitchen and breakfast area, with a built-in computer desk and transom windows.

Upstairs, the master suite has multiple windows, a walk-in closet and a bath with two separate vanities and a large shower with a seat. Three more bedrooms, a laundry room and a second full bath complete this level.

Options include tray ceilings, a finished lower level, a sunroom, extended master suite and family room, a master sitting room, a screened porch, a main-level guest suite and a media room.

For information or directions, call sales manager Tim Lyons at 703/723-3756.

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