- The Washington Times - Wednesday, July 16, 2003

Craftstar Homes is building 59 luxury garage town homes at Damascus Park in Damascus, where residents will enjoy a planned recreation center with meeting rooms, a game room, an exercise studio, volleyball and basketball courts, ball fields and a playground.

Each home in this Montgomery County community will include natural stone accents, Colonial-style panel shutters, professional landscaping and a two-car garage. Brick and stone fronts are optional.

Inside, both models feature three bedrooms; 2 baths; 9-foot ceilings on the main and lower levels; ceramic tile flooring in the foyer; a finished recreation room on the lower level; a private master bath with a double-sink vanity; and 42-inch cabinets, a stainless steel sink and GE appliances in the kitchen.

The homes have about 2,200 finished square feet, with base prices from $319,900 to $329,900.

The Foxhall model, priced from $329,900, features a midlevel entry into the foyer. The living room, a few steps above the foyer, is a step below the adjacent dining room, which is defined by a partial wall with a decorative column.

A second partial wall with a column, which can be reconfigured as a two-sided fireplace, separates the dining room from the family room. The kitchen, which has a pantry and a built-in desk, is open to the family room.

Upstairs, the master suite has a vaulted ceiling, a walk-in closet, a second closet and a private bath with a double-sink vanity, which can be replaced with an optional deluxe bath that includes a larger tub and a separate shower. Two more bedrooms, a laundry room and another full bath complete this level. These two bedrooms can be combined into one for a dual master suite floor plan.

Options include a finished loft level with a bedroom or study and full bath, a two-sided fireplace in the family room and dining room and a four-foot rear extension.

For information or directions, call community sales manager John Sheehan at 301/391-6711.

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