- The Washington Times - Friday, April 18, 2003

Beazer Homes is building 495 homes on fifth-acre lots at Arora Hills in Clarksburg, where residents can enjoy two swimming pools, streams, picnic pavilions, playing fields and a location next to the Ovid Hazen Wells Park.

Each home in this Montgomery County community will include a traditional exterior with 6-inch beaded vinyl siding, professional landscaping with sodded lawns on three sides and a two-car garage.

Inside, nine models will feature four bedrooms; two or 3½ baths; hardwood flooring in the two-story foyer and powder room; 9-foot ceilings on the main and upper levels; crown and chair-rail moldings; a gas fireplace in the family room; 42-inch raised-panel cabinets in the center-island kitchen; a master bath with a tub and separate shower; ceramic-tile flooring and tub and shower surrounds in all baths; rough-in plumbing for a lower-level bath; and gas heat and hot water.

The homes have 2,590 to 3,409 finished square feet, with base prices from the low $400,000s.

The Fillmore model, with 3,217 square feet, features a front porch that wraps around the side of the first-floor library; a powder room; a living room open to the foyer; a formal dining room; a corner family room with a fireplace, an entertainment center and windows on two sides; a breakfast area; and a center-island kitchen. The stairs to the upper and lower levels are placed between the family room and the garage.

Upstairs, the master suite has a separate sitting room, two walk-in closets and a bath with a large soaking tub, a separate shower and two sinks. Three more bedrooms, each with a walk-in closet and connecting or private bath, and a laundry room complete this level.

Options include finished lower levels, sunrooms, breakfast room extensions, bay windows, additional bedrooms, skylights and extra fireplaces.

For information or directions, call new-home information manager Lisa Kokal at 410/720-5071.

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