- The Washington Times - Wednesday, December 17, 2003

Renaissance Housing Corp., known for sophisticated single-family homes and upscale custom homes, is building 65 town homes at Eagle Ridge, located within the private gated golf-course community of River Creek just north of Leesburg.

These town homes, designed by the Lessard Architectural Group, feature generously sized rooms with open sightlines to maximize the views.

Views make the homes at Eagle Ridge desirable. Almost half the lots provide clear, year-round vistas of the Potomac River and its tree-lined banks. Another 23 homesites offer views of the River Creek golf course. The remaining 11 homes are surrounded by lush landscaping.

Residents of Eagle Ridge will enjoy all the amenities River Creek has to offer, including the private River Creek Country Club with its 18-hole championship golf course and full-service clubhouse overlooking the Potomac.

Other amenities at River Creek include a 4,000-square-foot swimming and tennis building, a 25-meter six-lane swimming pool, four outdoor tennis courts, a golf practice facility, soccer and baseball fields, jogging and biking trails, and a marina for boating and fishing on the river.

Renaissance chose a French country style for the exterior of the Eagle Ridge town homes, which are base-priced from $634,900 to $856,900 in their presale phase.

Certain architectural elements carry over from one home to the next, including a hip roof that expands over several units, yet each home has unique detailing, as well.

Genuine fieldstone, wrought-iron railings, fieldstone pillars and patios and detailed shutters are used to complement the light-toned facades.

Each home will feature a blend of brick and masonry on all four sides, along with a brick front stoop, professional landscaping, a two-car garage and a rear deck or patio.

Inside, each three- or four-bedroom home will have hardwood flooring on the main level, a fireplace with a marble surround, high ceilings, crown and chair-rail moldings, a ceiling medallion and oak stairs.

The kitchens will have hardwood flooring, granite counters in a choice of colors, 42-inch cabinets and upgraded appliances. Each master bath has a tub and separate shower, and all baths have ceramic tile flooring and tub surrounds.

The Henry Thoreau model, base-priced from $729,900 to $856,900, depending on the location, features an optional front patio, a formal living room off the foyer with decorative columns, a formal dining room with an arched entrance and columns, a great room with a fireplace, walls of windows and a corner study alcove, and an open breakfast area with an 11-foot ceiling.

The center-island kitchen includes a butler’s pantry.

On the second floor, the master bedroom has walls of windows, a separate sitting area defined by columns with an optional gas fireplace, three walk-in closets and a bath with two separate vanities flanking the tub. Two additional bedrooms, a full bath, a laundry room and an open loft complete this level.

The third, loft, level has a fourth bedroom with a walk-in closet and a full bath, along with a large loft with an optional fireplace and optional wet bar. An arched entrance with columns leads from the loft to a rooftop deck.

The lower level of the Thoreau can be completed with a recreation room, a media room, a wet bar, a den or bedroom and another full bath. This model can also be modified with a keeping room off the breakfast area and a terrace off the master suite.

Call 703/771-9584 or visit www.renaissancehousing.com.


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