- The Washington Times - Friday, June 21, 2002

Comstock Homes is building 145 Colonial-style, single-family houses on quarter-acre lots at the planned community of Ashland near Manassas. Ashland residents will enjoy swimming, tennis, a clubhouse, basketball courts and tot lots.

Each home in this Prince William County community will include a brick foundation, a steeply pitched roof, maintenance-free vinyl siding, professional landscaping, a sodded lawn and a two-car garage. Brick or stone fronts are optional.

Inside, all three models feature four bedrooms, 2½ baths that include a master bath, 9-foot ceilings on the main level, hardwood flooring in the foyer and a gas fireplace. The kitchen features 42-inch oak cabinets, recessed lighting, upgraded appliances and a pantry. The lower level has a finished recreation room. All models have gas heat and hot water.

The homes have about 2,546 to 3,090 finished square feet, with base prices from $385,900 to $404,900.

The Richmond model, with 3,090 square feet, is priced from $404,900. This home features a two-story foyer flanked by the living room and dining room, a spacious corner library with an adjacent powder room, and a large two-story family room with decorative columns and a fireplace. The open kitchen and breakfast area includes a center island and access to the adjacent laundry room.

Upstairs, the standard master suite has a double-size walk-in closet, an optional sitting room extension, and a luxury bath with a corner soaking tub, two separate vanities and a separate shower. Three more bedrooms share a hall bath. This model can be modified with a fifth bedroom and bath in place of the two-story family room, and another bath can replace the two-story foyer, for a potential total of six bedrooms and 5½ baths.

Options include additional bedrooms, a stone fireplace, additional baths and kitchen upgrades.

For information or directions, call sales manager Jane Slusser at 703/730-7782.

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