- The Washington Times - Friday, July 12, 2002

Van Metre Homes is building 28 single-family houses on lots of less than 7,000 square feet at Tysons Trace in Vienna near Tysons Corner shopping mall.

Each home in this Fairfax County community will include a brick front, James Hardie siding, Andersen windows, professional landscaping and a two-car garage. Stone exteriors are optional.

Inside, each home has three finished levels, four bedrooms, 4½ baths, crown and chair-rail moldings, a gas fireplace with a marble hearth, hardwood flooring on most of the main level, ceramic tile flooring in all baths, a master bath with a tub and separate shower, coffered ceiling in the master bedroom, upper-level laundry room, gas hot water, two-zone gas heat, and 42-inch cabinets, Corian counters and upgraded appliances in the white-on-white kitchen.

The Parkdale model, with 4,020 finished square feet, is base-priced from $756,170 to $853,130. Four Parkdale homes still are available. This home features a two-story foyer, decorative columns, an art niche, an open living room and dining room defined by columns, and a family room with archways leading to the breakfast area and center-island kitchen. The main level also has a study and a powder room.

Upstairs, the master bedroom suite has a coffered ceiling, a sitting area, an optional wet bar and three-sided fireplace, two walk-in closets and a bath with a corner soaking tub, two separate vanities and a shower with a seat. Three additional bedrooms, two full baths and a laundry room complete this level.

The lower level has a recreation room and full bath along with storage rooms and can be completed further with a den and exercise or game room.

Options include an elevator, a loft with a full bath, bay windows, marble inlay floors, built-in bookcases and entertainment centers, a stone fireplace, and upgraded kitchens with granite counters.

For information or directions, call sales manager Sonja Winter at 703/645-9192.

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