- The Washington Times - Friday, May 3, 2002

Classic Communities Corp. is building 50 town homes at the Villages of Urbana in Frederick. This planned community will include a library, shops and restaurants in the town center, along with a clubhouse, swimming pools, basketball and tennis courts.

Each home in this Frederick County community will include James Hardie-brand fiber cement siding, oversized trim details, a covered entry, professional landscaping with a sodded lawn, flagstone stepping stones and a two-car detached garage. Brick fronts are optional.

Inside, both models feature three finished levels with three or four bedrooms, 2½ to 3½ baths, 9-foot ceilings on the first-floor, 10-foot to 11-foot ceilings in the living room and master bedroom, a master bath with a soaking tub and separate shower, ceramic tile flooring in the foyer, hallway, baths and laundry room; crown and chair-rail moldings, a choice of laundry room location, a Smart Home wiring package, a kitchen with 42-inch oak cabinets, a center-island with a breakfast bar, recessed lighting, a pantry and a butler's pantry, and gas heat and hot water.

The homes have about 2,400 finished square feet, with base prices from $232,990.

The Turnbury I model has a third-level laundry room, while the Turnbury II has a lower-level laundry room.

Each of the Turnbury models features a covered entry into the lower level, with a den or bedroom, a family room and a utility/storage closet. The second level has a front kitchen and breakfast area, and an open dining room and living room. Upstairs, the master suite has two closets and a bath. The second bedroom, a few steps up from the hall, has two closets, a vaulted ceiling and a private bath.

Options include a third bath, fireplaces, hardwood floors, Corian or granite counters, columns, tray ceilings and a security system.

For information or directions, call sales manager Rob Shapiro at 301/607-4100.

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