- The Washington Times - Wednesday, November 26, 2003

Beazer Homes is building 176 town homes with three finished levels at Ballenger Creek in Frederick, where residents can enjoy a park, ball fields and tot lots as well as nearby Ballenger Creek Regional Park.

Each home in this community will include low-maintenance vinyl siding, a landscaped yard and a side privacy fence. Brick fronts, patios and decks are optional.

Inside, each home has three bedrooms; two full baths; 42-inch oak cabinets with coordinated counters in the kitchen; six-panel interior doors; a master bath with ceramic-tile flooring, a tub and separate shower; and gas heat.

The homes have 1,728 finished square feet, with base prices from the low to mid-$200,000s.

The Kent model features an open living and dining room at the front of the main level, with a country kitchen and breakfast area with a built-in desk, a walk-in pantry and an optional center island. The breakfast area can be extended with a bay window.

The second level features a large family room with a wall of windows, a laundry room and a bedroom with an adjacent full bath. The family room can include a fireplace and a bay-window room extension.

Upstairs, the master suite has an optional vaulted ceiling, a wall of closets, and a large bath with a dual-sink vanity and an optional tub and separate shower with a glass block wall. A third bedroom with a wall of closets also has access to this full bath. The master suite can be expanded with a bay window.

Before visiting, call Lisa Kokal at 301/621-8151, Ext. 157.


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