- The Washington Times - Friday, July 5, 2002

The Stanley Martin Cos. is building more than 40 single-family homes on lots of 8,000 to 12,000 square feet at Brambleton, a planned community in Loudoun County known for its state-of-the-art technology and recreational amenities, including a golf course, three pools and tennis courts.

Each home will have low-maintenance 6-inch beaded vinyl siding, a sodded lawn, professional landscaping, four sides of brick foundation and a two-car garage.

Inside, all three models feature four bedrooms, 2½ baths, hardwood flooring in the foyer, an oak staircase, nine-foot ceilings on the main level, crown and chair-rail moldings, a gas fireplace, ceramic tile flooring in all baths, a three-piece rough-in for a basement bath, a master bath with a tub and separate shower, multimedia structured wiring, gas hot water, two-zone gas heating and electric air conditioning, and a kitchen with recessed lighting, 42-inch cabinets and a large pantry.

The homes have about 2,650 to 3,060 finished square feet, with base prices from $384,900 to $429,900.

The Elden II model, with 3,060 square feet, is base priced from $407,900 to $429,900. This home features a foyer that opens onto the living room, which, in turn, opens to the dining room. Nearby are a study, a powder room, and a cozy family room with an arched wall of windows, an entertainment center and fireplace. The center-island kitchen and breakfast area are adjacent to a laundry room, closet and storage room off the garage.

Upstairs, the master suite has a separate sitting room, two walk-in closets and a bath. Three additional bedrooms share a hall bath. An alternate plan allows for a bonus room and third full bath over the garage.

Options include a front porch, a bonus room, finished attics and basements, tray ceilings and a three-car garage.

For information or directions, call sales manager Heather Heppe at 703/723-1147.

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