- The Washington Times - Friday, September 13, 2002

NVHomes is building 38 single-family houses with first-floor master suites at the Regency at Leisure World in Silver Spring, a gated active adult community with a myriad of amenities and activities that include a golf course, swimming pools, tennis courts, restaurants and more.

Each home in this Montgomery County community will include 6½-inch beaded vinyl siding, a brick stoop, a concrete driveway, a post lamp and a two-car garage. Brick fronts are optional.

Inside, all the homes feature four bedrooms, 2½ baths, a two-story foyer with decorative columns, crown and chair-rail moldings, a gas fireplace with a marble surround in the family room, an oak staircase, a humidifier, a security system, a three-piece rough-in for a basement bath, and a master bath with a corner soaking tub, a separate shower with a seat and double vanities. Hardwood flooring is standard in the foyer, living room, and dining room, and there is a choice of hardwood flooring or ceramic tile flooring in the kitchen, which has 42-inch maple cabinets, Corian counters and upgraded appliances.

The Falconcrest model has about 2,800 finished square feet, with a base price of $549,990. This home features an open floor plan with decorative columns and many windows. The two-story foyer is flanked by the living room and dining room, and at the rear of the house are a two-story family room, the center-island kitchen and a breakfast area. The first-floor master suite has a tray ceiling, an oversized walk-in closet and a bath. A large laundry room is located off the garage.

Upstairs, three large bedrooms centered around the gallery overlooking the family room and foyer share a hall bath. Options include a bonus room and extra bath on the upper level over the garage, a morning room on the main level, and a finished lower level.

For information or directions, call Juliana Choe or Casey Adams at 301/438-3700.

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