- The Washington Times - Wednesday, June 11, 2003

Drees Homes is building 575 houses at Glenkirk in Gainesville, where residents can enjoy a community pool, a clubhouse, nature trails, biking trails and playgrounds.

Each home in this Prince William County community will be built on a lot of less than a quarter-acre, and will include six-inch vinyl siding, professional landscaping, a sodded lawn and a two-car garage. Brick fronts are optional.

Inside, each home will feature at least four bedrooms; 2 baths; hardwood flooring in the two-story foyer; 9-foot ceilings on the main and lower level; crown and chair-rail moldings; a gas fireplace; 42-inch wood cabinets, hardwood flooring, granite counters and upgraded appliances in the center-island kitchen; a master bath with two separate vanities, a tub and separate shower; ceramic tile flooring in all baths; a high-tech wiring package; a rough-in for a lower level bath; dual-zone gas heat and electric air conditioning; and gas hot water.

The Walden model, with 2,750 finished square feet, is base-priced from the low $400,000s. This home features a two-story foyer, a dining room with a bay window and a tray ceiling, a study, and a formal living room. At the back of this home are a dramatic two-story family room with a fireplace and a wall of windows, a breakfast area and a center-island kitchen. Nearby are a powder room and a laundry room off the garage with a pantry.

Upstairs, the master suite has a deep walk-in closet and a bath. A bay window and vaulted ceiling can be added to this room, and the fourth bedroom can be converted into a sitting room. Three bedrooms and another full bath complete this level.

The Walden upper level can be modified to as many as six bedrooms and three full baths.

Options include finished lower levels, sunrooms, extended family rooms and other customization.

Call community sales manager Susie Adams at 703/898-3789.

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