- The Washington Times - Friday, September 20, 2002

Eakin/Youngentob Associates will build 370 town homes, courtyard homes and single-family homes at Fallsgrove, a planned community in Rockville with more than 80 acres of open space and an elegant clubhouse with a swimming pool.

Each home in this Montgomery County community will feature a brick or Hardiplank siding facade, a front and rear courtyard, multilevel porches, professional landscaping, a brick stoop and front walk, and a two-car garage.

Inside, both courtyard models feature three bedrooms, including one model with a first-level master suite. Each has 2½ baths, 9-foot ceilings on the main level, and hardwood flooring in the foyer, powder room, living room and dining room, as well as a gas fireplace, advanced home wiring, crown and chair-rail moldings, a kitchen with 42-inch oak or white cabinets, state-of-the-art appliances, recessed lighting and Corian counters. The master bath has a tub and separate shower.

The homes have about 2,226 to 2,870 finished square feet, with base prices from $519,900 to $624,900.

The Tuckerman II model, with 2,870 square feet, is priced from $624,900. This home features an entry courtyard with a covered front porch, a dining room with a bay window, an open living room defined by columns, a central staircase and a study with a bay window looking into the courtyard. The center-island kitchen is centrally located and has an adjacent breakfast room with a bay window, and a mudroom with a closet and pantry on the other side. A two-story family room is at the rear.

Upstairs, the master suite has an open sitting room with an optional three-sided fireplace, a covered balcony off the bedroom, two walk-in closets and a luxury bath. A laundry room, two more bedrooms and a full bath complete this level.

Options include built-in shelving, extra fireplaces and recessed lighting.

For information or directions, call sales managers Adam Cetron or Kathleen Wiltsey at 301/251-5391.

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