- The Washington Times - Friday, January 24, 2003

NVP Inc. is building 29 center-hall Colonial-style single-family homes on quarter-acre lots at Stacys Ridge in Woodbridge.

Each home in this Prince William County community will have professional landscaping, a seeded lawn, a 20-year fiberglass shingle roof and a two-car garage. Brick fronts are optional.

Inside, all three models feature four bedrooms, 2 or 3½ baths; hardwood flooring in the foyer and powder room; a two-story foyer; 9-foot ceilings on the main level; a gas fireplace; crown and chair-rail moldings; a pantry and double-compartment stainless steel sink in the kitchen; a master bath with a tub and separate shower; ceramic tile flooring and tub and shower surrounds; a bedroom-level laundry room; and gas heat and hot water.

The homes have 2,622 to about 3,800 finished square feet, with base prices from $389,900 to $464,900.

The Buchanan II model, with 3,100 square feet, is priced from $399,900. This home features a first-floor study with optional French doors, a formal living room that opens into the formal dining room and a powder room. The family room has a gas fireplace and columns and knee walls that define the space. The adjacent breakfast area is open to the center-island kitchen, which includes a desk. Near the garage entrance are a walk-in closet and a pantry.

Upstairs, the master suite has a large bedroom, a separate sitting room, a walk-in closet, and a bath with a corner tub, a separate shower and two separate sinks. Three more bedrooms, a full bath with a double sink, and a laundry room complete this level.

Options include a sunroom, a finished lower level, bay windows, tray and cathedral ceilings, room extensions, Corian counters, oak stairs, maple and cherry kitchen cabinets, and a whirlpool tub.

For information or directions, call Vice President and Director of Sales and Marketing Barbara Kelmartin at 703/330-4050.

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