- The Washington Times - Friday, June 7, 2002

Carrhomes will be building 47 single-family houses on quarter-acre sites at Winstead Manor in Mason Neck, which will open for sales later this month or in July. Across the street from the community is the Fort Belvoir Golf Course.

Each home in this Fairfax County community will have a brick front, vinyl siding, professional landscaping, a sodded yard and a two-car garage.

Inside, all five models have four bedrooms, 2½ baths, 9-foot ceilings on the main level, 9-foot-high basement walls, hardwood flooring in the foyer, crown and chair-rail moldings, a gas fireplace with a marble hearth and surround, 42-inch cabinets in the center-island kitchen, ceramic tile floors in all baths, a master bath with a soaking tub and separate shower, gas hot water, and two-zone gas heat and air conditioning.

The houses have about 3,103 to 3,933 finished square feet, with prices starting in the mid-$500,000s.

The Fairfax model, with 3,700 square feet, features a dramatic two-story foyer and an open floor plan. To the left of the foyer is the living room, which has decorative columns and a wide doorway into the formal dining room. Across the hall from the living room is a private library with an alcove leading to the library and adjacent powder room. Nearby is the family room, open to the hall and kitchen and breakfast area.

The master suite takes up half of the upper level, with a bath including an oversized shower with a seat, a corner soaking tub and two vanities. The suite also has two walk-in closets, a large bedroom with a tray ceiling, and a step-down sitting room with columns. This level has two other bedrooms with a shared bath, a third bedroom with a private bath and a laundry room.

Options include morning rooms, gas fireplaces, a finished lower level, a sunroom and a deck.

For information or directions, call sales manager Jeff Alberts at 703/339-2630.

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