- The Washington Times - Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Active adult buyers looking for a community with lots of recreational amenities might

want to visit Regency at Dominion Valley, part of the Toll Bros. Dominion Valley planned community in Haymarket, Prince William County.

By spring, the community will include an 18-hole golf course designed by Arnold Palmer and the Palmer Course Design Co. In early 2006, residents will be enjoying a grand 30,000-square-foot clubhouse, known as the Regency Club.

The Regency Club will include full-service dining, an indoor heated swimming pool, an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center, a spa and salon, lighted tennis courts, a grand ballroom, and the Regency Center for the Arts for performing-arts events.

An 18-hole putting green will also be on the premises. Other amenities at Dominion Valley include miles of hiking and biking trails through wilderness-preservation areas, Meyers Park and Regency Park, open to residents and guests only, and an outdoor amphitheater for summer concerts.

For residents wanting even more recreational possibilities, eight more public and private golf courses are within a 10-minute drive of the development, along with locations for boating on the Shenandoah River, the Potomac River, the Occoquan Reservoir and Lake Anna, all within an easy drive.

Local parks offer athletic fields, trails and equestrian trails, and the Freedom Aquatic and Fitness Center in nearby Manassas offers another location for swimming and exercising.

Although Regency at Dominion Valley has already been selling single-family homes and patio-style homes, the newest element to open in the active adult community is the Greenbrier Collection, three-story condominium buildings with elevators and garage parking.

Prices are anticipated to start in the $300,000s.

All four models offer one-level living, each with 1,499 to 1,833 finished square feet.

The homes will each include 9-foot ceilings; tray ceilings in the foyer; hardwood flooring in the foyer, kitchen and breakfast area; ceramic-tile flooring in all baths; and 42-inch cabinets in the kitchen, along with a ceramic-tile backsplash and GE appliances including a built-in microwave.

The homes each have a master suite with coffered ceilings on the upper-level homes and walk-in closets and tubs in some residences.

Every home has advanced structured wiring for telephone, cable and Internet access, gas heat and water heater, and a washer and dryer.

The Willowcroft model, with 1,551 square feet, has a foyer entrance that opens into a great room for living and dining, with access to a sunroom.

The kitchen and breakfast area are off the foyer.

This model has a master suite with a sitting area defined by columns, with windows on two sides. A walk-in closet and second closet frame a dressing area that leads to the private bath, which has a shower and a double-sink vanity.

This home also has a laundry closet, a second bedroom and a second full bath.

The Woodhall model, with 1,833 square feet, has a foyer entrance with a closet and a central dining room that opens onto the living room. The living room is open to the kitchen, has a sliding glass door to a porch and opens onto the breakfast area, which has two walls of windows and a laundry closet.

The master suite in this model has a sitting area defined by columns; a walk-in closet; and a bath with a tub, a shower with a seat and a double-sink vanity. Near the second bedroom is a second full bath and a third bedroom or optional study.

For more information about the Greenbrier Collection at Regency at Dominion Valley, call sales manager Bryant Parker at 703/753-8900 or visit www.regencydominionvalley.com.


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