- The Washington Times - Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Many workers in Virginia’s high-tech corridor of Dulles, Ashburn, Sterling, Reston and Tysons Corner, weary of commuting along congested Route 7, Route 28 or the Dulles Toll Road, would prefer to live closer to their jobs and within walking distance of recreational facilities, shops, restaurants and entertainment. Yet few city-style condominium developments have been available in Loudoun County.

Monaco Development LLC has stepped into that void and begun converting apartments into condominiums at Summerfield at Brambleton Town Center.

Brambleton Town Center’s first retail spaces are expected to be complete later this year, with a 16-screen movie theater coming late next year.

Eventually, residents of Summerfield will be able to stroll across the street to run errands, dine with friends, pick up a quick meal or savor some ice cream.

Meanwhile, the condominiums are within an easy drive of Reston Town Center, Dulles Town Center, Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets and other shopping centers.

Amenities within Brambleton include swimming pools, tennis courts, multipurpose courts, tot lots, walking trails and a park, along with a communitywide fiber-optic network, which delivers high-speed data and premium cable channels to all homes.

Monaco has enhanced Summerfield with a swimming pool with a sun deck and lounging pavilion, an outdoor grilling plaza, walking paths and landscaped gardens. The condominiums include a business center, a fitness center, a children’s playroom and a tot lot, plus a car-care area.

Two styles of homes are available at Summerfield at Brambleton, which is already more than 50 percent sold. Three types of one-level homes with one to three bedrooms and one or two baths are base-priced from $266,900 to $352,900.

Three types of two-level town-home-style condominiums with one or two bedrooms and one or 21/2 baths are priced from $252,900 to $403,900. Two of these home styles include a garage.

Standard features of both types of homes include stainless-steel appliances, glass flat-top ranges, built-in microwaves, brushed nickel hardware, 42-inch light maple cabinets and 6-foot windows. Some homes include a fireplace.

The Napoli, a one-level home, has 1,156 square feet and is base-priced from $329,900. This home has a foyer entrance with a large closet, a central living room and a separate dining room with a glass door to the balcony.

The kitchen includes a laundry area and a breakfast bar.

The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and private full bath, and a second bedroom with a walk-in closet is on the opposite side of the home. Nearby is a second full bath.

The Torino, a town-home-style condominium with 1,597 finished square feet, includes a one-car garage and is base-priced from $403,900.

This home has a living room with windows on two sides, a separate dining room and a breakfast bar off the kitchen. A den with a closet is near the kitchen, and both the den and kitchen have sliding glass doors to a balcony.

This level also includes a laundry area off the kitchen and a powder room.

Upstairs, the master bedroom has two walk-in closets and a full bath with a tub. The second bedroom has a wall of closets and an adjacent full bath.

For information about Summerfield at Brambleton Town Center, call 703/542-6888, visit the sales office at 42426 Hollyhock Terrace in Ashburn, or visit www.summerfieldcondos.com.

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