- The Washington Times - Thursday, December 30, 2004

Crescent Heights is building 327 traditional, loft and town-home-style condominium homes at the Marquis at Vienna Station in Vienna, where residents can enjoy a location across the street from the Vienna-Fairfax Metro station.

The development includes a recreation and sports center with a golf-simulation theater, indoor basketball, a club-room, a cafe, a computer lounge and a cinema room.

Each midrise elevator building in this Fairfax County community will include garage parking.

Inside, all 15 models feature one or two bedrooms, one or two full baths, 9-foot ceilings, 6-foot windows, raised-panel cabinets in the kitchen, ceramic-tile flooring, multiple phone lines, high-speed Internet service, a full-size washer and dryer, and gas heat and cooking. Some models include center-island kitchens and balconies.

The homes have about 669 to 1,355 finished square feet, with base prices from $300,900 to $530,900. Monthly condominium fees range from $202 to $252.

The Oxford model, with 1,257 square feet, is priced from $458,900 to $530,900. This home features an open living and dining room, an open kitchen with a center island and breakfast bar, 42-inch cabinets, and ceramic-tile flooring. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and a private bath.

The Windsor model, with 1,344 square feet, is priced from $478,900. This home has an open living room and dining room on the first floor, a computer niche with a built-in desk, and a laundry room off the kitchen.

Call 703/995-6600.

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