- The Washington Times - Friday, September 6, 2002

Centex Homes is building 153 luxury condominiums known as the Village Center Condominiums at King Farm in Rockville. Condominium residents will enjoy a location next to the Village Center Shops, and can enjoy the King Farm Community Center, pool, tennis courts and a fitness center.

Each building in this Montgomery County community will feature a brick-and-vinyl-siding exterior, gated parking with controlled access, and professionally landscaped grounds. Each unit will have a one-car garage.

Inside, all seven models feature two or three bedrooms, two baths, and ceramic tile flooring in the foyer, kitchen and bathrooms. The kitchen has 42-inch maple cabinets, Corian counters and upgraded appliances, including a self-cleaning gas range and a built-in microwave and a refrigerator with an ice maker. The homes also have a full-size washer and dryer, an advanced multimedia wiring package, and a master bath with a tub, two separate vanities and a separate shower.

The homes range in size from 1,453 to 2,024 finished square feet, with base prices from $275,990 to $370,990.

The Amethyst model, with 1,589 square feet, is priced from $310,900. This home features an octagonal foyer that leads into the open living room and dining room. A partial wall with columns separates the dining room from the hall. To one side of the foyer is the master bedroom suite, which has a narrow balcony off the bedroom, two walk-in closets and a luxurious bath.

Near the foyer is the laundry/utility room. Beyond the dining room is the center-island kitchen, which has a breakfast area and is open to the family room. The family room also has a balcony. A second bedroom and full bath with a soaking tub complete this home. Three additional balconies are available on third-floor units.

Options include fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, upgraded flooring and cabinets, and granite counters.

For information or directions, call sales manager Doug Pelton at 301/548-0962.

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