- The Washington Times - Friday, June 14, 2002

The Gulick Group is building 25 single-family homes on lots a third of an acre in size in the company's first section at Brambleton, a planned community in Loudoun County near Ashburn.

Brambleton residents will appreciate state-of-the-art technology and recreational amenities including golf, swimming, tennis and walking trails.

Each home will have four sides of brick, custom-designed landscaping, sodded lawns, brick steps and stoops, and a two-car garage.

Inside, each of the four models features four bedrooms; 3½ baths; 9-foot ceilings on the lower and first levels; hardwood flooring on most of the first floor; oak stairs; crown moldings; a gas fireplace; a master bath with a soaking tub and separate shower; ceramic tile floors and tub surrounds; dual-zone gas heat and electric air conditioning; gas hot water; and 42-inch cabinets, Jenn-Air appliances and granite or Corian counters in the center-island kitchen.

The houses have approximately 3,643 to 4,854 finished square feet and with base prices from $569,900 to $689,900.

The Winthrop model, with 4,854 square feet, is priced from $689,900. This house features a two-story foyer flanked by the dining room and living room, each of which has decorative columns. A curving staircase defines the two-story central hall, and at the back of the house is a two-story octagonal family room with walls of glass and decorative columns. A library and powder room are nearby, along with an open breakfast area with glass doors to the optional deck, and a center-island kitchen with a built-in desk and a butler's pantry.

Upstairs, the master suite has a separate sitting room with decorative columns, a large bedroom with a coffered ceiling, two walk-in closets, a dressing area and bath. Each of three additional bedrooms has a walk-in closet and private or connecting bath.

For information or directions, call sales manager Tyler Sutherland at 703/723-5450.

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