- The Washington Times - Friday, June 14, 2002

Craftstar Homes will be building 70 to 100 town houses and carriage homes at the planned community of Clarksburg Town Center in Montgomery County. Clarksburg residents will enjoy swimming pools, tennis courts, jogging paths and parkland.

Each home will include stone and brick accents on the ground-level facade, vinyl siding, professional landscaping and a two-car rear-entry garage. The carriage homes are attached only by each home's garage.

Inside, both carriage-home models feature three finished levels with three bedrooms; 2½ baths; 9-foot ceilings on the main and lower levels; volume ceilings on the top floor; ceramic tile in the foyer; three-piece crown moldings; upgraded high-tech wiring; ceramic-tile tub surrounds; a master bath with ceramic-tile flooring, dual vanity sinks, a soaking tub and separate shower; 42-inch cabinets and a pantry in the white-on-white kitchen; and gas heat.

Both models have approximately 2,900 finished square feet, with base prices from $288,000 to $325,000.

The Clarksburg model, priced from $325,000, features a ground-floor entrance into the foyer, a library, a laundry room, a back porch and a recreation room that could be converted into a bedroom.

The first floor features a formal living room separated from the dining room by a half-wall with a column and also has a rear family room defined by another half-wall with a column. The family room includes a corner fireplace with an optional entertainment center, and it is open to the breakfast area and kitchen.

Upstairs, the master suite has a bumped-out sitting area, a vaulted ceiling, a closet flanked by built-in bookcases, a luxury bath and a walk-in closet. Two more bedrooms, each with a vaulted ceiling, share a hall bath.

Options include a lower-level bedroom and full bath, a powder room, a wet bar, fireplaces, decks and an upstairs laundry.

For information or directions, call sales manager Lisa Butler at 240/686-1940.

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