- The Washington Times - Thursday, October 27, 2005

A fantasy for many golfers is to live on a golf course, spending every free minute playing their favorite sport or watching other golfers to learn from their techniques.

Nongolfers often enjoy living beside the greens, too, preferring to admire the lush sweep of grass and the country club lifestyle that usually accompanies a golf course residence.

While golf course homes can be priced in the stratosphere, many are surprisingly affordable, allowing middle-income families to live a life with clubhouse social events, swimming pools, tennis courts and, of course, easy access to golf.

Following is a sampling of some golf course communities near Washington.

DELAWARE

Bayside, the new residential community under development by the Carl M. Freeman Communities near Fenwick Island, surrounds an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course.

The par-72 course features salt marshes, meadows and woodlands, with views of the Assawoman Bay coastline and Ocean City on the opposite shore. The course runs from 5,200 to 7,400 yards with multiple sets of tees for golfers of every skill level. Practice facilities at Bayside include a driving range, a putting green and a chipping green.

The focal point for the community will be the Bayside Village Center, a downtown area with restaurants, clothing and antique shops and conveniences such as supermarket and a neighborhood bank.

The Bayside Recreation Center will also be located at the Bayside Village Center and will include a fitness center, tennis courts, swimming pools and social activities. Hiking and biking trails and nature trails will be designed into the community, and water sports will also be available to residents.

A shuttle will provide frequent trips to the beach for residents.

Eventually Bayside will have 1,640 homes, including condominiums priced from the $350,000s to $500,000s, town homes priced from $420,000s to the $480,000s, and single-family homes priced from the $460,000s to the $800,000s.

Call 877/436-9998 or visit www.livebayside.com.

The Peninsula on the Indian River Bay is located in Millsboro on almost 800 acres. The focal point for the community will be the private Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course, scheduled to open in 2006.

Other community amenities will include the Lakeside Village Center, anticipated to open in spring 2006, which will have casual dining facilities and a gourmet market, an athletic club and spa, an outdoor wave pool and outdoor adults-only pool, a sandy beach, an indoor pool and a tennis center.

The Nature and Exploration Center, which will offer family activities, is expected to open in the spring, and the Peninsula Country Club should be complete in 2007.

The community will also include a fishing pier and water taxis to nearby beaches.

More than 1,400 residences will eventually be built at the Peninsula, ranging from luxury condominiums to custom-designed single family-homes priced at $1,000,000 and higher.

Developed by Peninsula at Longneck LLC, a joint venture of Odyssey Development Group and L.M. Sandler & Sons Inc., the Peninsula will include a variety of homes with architectural styles meant to evoke historic seaport towns.

Custom homes will be available along with condominiums, town homes and villas. Custom homes are available from Atlantic Homes LLC, Brosnahan and Sons Inc., Klabe Custom Homes, and Echelon Custom Homes LLC. Miller and Smith is building condominiums, town homes and villas, and condominiums are also available from Ocean Atlantic Agency.

Custom homes range in price from $175 to $200 per square foot, starting at about $1,000,000 and up. Villas are priced from the $600,000s and up, with condominiums and town homes priced from the $400,000s and up.

Call 302/947-4717 or visit www.peninsuladelaware.com.

Plantation Lakes, a development by Lennar Corp. in Millsboro, will begin sales in 2006. This golf and country club resort community, set on 664 acres, will include a recreation center with a clubhouse, swimming pools and tennis courts in addition to the 18-hole golf course.

Single-family homes will be built by Lennar and Gemcraft Homes in 10 neighborhoods, surrounded by open spaces, ponds and tot lots. Walking trails will wind throughout the community, which will include a boating pier and a pedestrian bridge linking two land areas divided by Shoals Branch and Betts Pond.

In addition to the recreational amenities, plans at Plantation Lakes call for a town center with shopping, dining and entertainment.

Visit www.PlantationLakes.com for more information and to be placed on a priority list for interested buyers.

MARYLAND

An 18-hole championship golf course is anticipated to be completed in 2007 or early 2008 at Beechtree, an upscale planned community in Upper Marlboro on 1,200 acres. More than 600 acres of Beechtree will remain as woodlands, open space, a 30-acre lake and the golf course. The Collington Stream Valley Park land extends along the western border of the development.

Stone monuments will define the community entrance and the Swim and Racquet Club should be complete by next summer. When complete, Beechtree is anticipated to include schools, parks, a network of walking trails and a shopping village on the edge of the community.

Four villages have been designated to surround the 30-acre lake, and builders at Beechtree include NVHomes, 301/627-1734; Ryan Homes, 301/627-4072 and 301/780-3792; Mid-Atlantic Builders, 301/627-9230; Haverford Homes Inc., 301/627-6376; and McDaniels Homes 301/574-5533.

Single-family homes at Beechtree are now selling in the Eastlake Village area priced from the $600,000s to the $800,000s.

Brick town homes with two-car garages are available from Haverford Homes, 301/574-0642; and Ryan Homes, 301/574-3060; priced from the $480,000s to the $500,000s.

Visit www.Beechtreemd.com.

At the Residences at Bulle Rock in Havre de Grace, golfers and their families can enjoy the Bulle Rock Golf Course, views of the Susquehanna River, the Chesapeake Bay and the natural beauty of the community.

A restored brick Georgian-style mansion on the site of the 17th century Mount Pleasant mansion serves as the welcome center for this development.

Bulle Rock includes a two-story, 37,000-square-foot community center, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis courts, a day spa, walking trails and a fitness center. Planned amenities include residents-only marina and yacht club, a luxury inn, a bed-and-breakfast and on-site retail. Builders at Bulle Rock include Clark Turner Cos., D.R. Horton Inc., NVHomes, Ryan Homes and Ryland Homes Inc.

Villas are priced from the mid-$300,000s to the upper $400,000s, condominiums from the mid-$200,000s and single-family homes from the low to upper $400,000s.

Call 410/939-8700 or visit www.BulleRock.com.

Ryan Homes and NVHomes are building single-family homes at Cross Creek Club in Calverton, a golf course community that straddles the border of Prince George’s and Montgomery counties. Besides the 18 holes of golf, Cross Creek Club residents can enjoy tennis, swimming and miles of trails within the community boundaries. Minutes away are indoor ice skating, tennis, gymnastics and an Olympic-size pool.

NVHomes and Ryan Homes are building single-family homes, with Ryan Homes priced from $691,990 to $794,990. NVHomes is currently sold out but anticipates beginning sales again early next year, with no price estimate yet.

Call 301/595-3899 for NVHomes or 301/586-9461 for Ryan Homes, or visit www.crosscreekgolfclub.net.

Centex Homes is building single-family homes, town homes and condominiums at the Glen Riddle golf course community near Ocean City.

The 972-acre site, a local landmark known for its equestrian heritage, includes 200 acres of preserved open space with planned walking trails.

Glen Riddle will feature two 18-hole golf courses, a 96-slip marina, tennis courts and the Riddle Farm Golf Clubhouse. The community is water-privileged, with acres of creek shoreline along the Turville and Herring creeks.

The private clubhouse, which overlooks a lake, will offer such amenities as a fitness center, an outdoor swimming pool, a whirlpool spa, a sauna, a library, a business resource center, a sports lounge, a billiards room, a card room, a great room, a catering kitchen and an arts-and-crafts studio. The first golf course is anticipated to open next spring, along with the clubhouse. A second golf course is planned to open in spring 2007.

Centex Homes’ single-family homes, with 2,600 to 4,700 finished square feet, are base-priced from the upper $500,000s to more than $1,000,000. Sales have begun on town homes with 2,600 or more finished square feet and base prices from the mid- to upper $500,000s. Condominiums are priced from the mid- to upper $400,000s.

Call 866/493-7898, or visit www.glenriddle.com.

Building on their success with River Creek in Virginia, Montgomery Development is developing the guarded, gated upscale planned community of Oak Creek in Prince George’s County.

Some 60 percent of the 1,100-acre community will be maintained as open space, and the development will include an 18-hole golf course, swimming pools, tennis courts, a putting green, parks and lakes. Residents will enjoy concierge services as well as the recreational amenities. The golf course and clubhouse are anticipated to be complete this fall.

The Bowieville Mansion, federal-style plantation built in 1819 located within Oak Creek will be restored by the developers.

Builders in Oak Creek include Craftmark Homes Inc. and Craftstar Homes Inc., 301/390-4471; K & P Builders Inc., 301/390-3667; Michael Harris Development Inc. 301/390-2214; Mitchell & Best Homes Inc. 301/390-1553; NVHomes (301/390-4403), WCI Renaissance Housing 301/390-4766; and Ryan Homes, 301/390-1601.

Single-family homes are base priced from the $600,000s to more than $1,000,000, with town homes anticipated in the future.

Call the Oak Creek Visitors Center at 301/390-8707 or visit www.oakcreekclub.com.

Wood Creek golf community, PCS Homes’ golf course community in the Eastern Shore town of Delmar, features villa-style town homes priced from the $180,000s and single-family homes priced from the $190,000s to the $250,000s.

In addition, buyers of homes at Wood Creek will be given a free golf membership for their first year after settlement.

Wood Creek, close to U.S. Routes 13 and 50, offers plenty of nearby shopping. The Delaware and Maryland beaches are also close.

Inside the gated entrance of Wood Creek, residents can enjoy an 18-hole golf course. The clubhouse and swimming pool opened in summer 2005, and residents can also enjoy a picnic area and walking and biking trails. Homes at Wood Creek offer golf-course and wooded views, and some enjoy views of the fountains on the course, as well.

Call 410/896-4727 or 866/755-2727, or visit the Web site at www.pcshomes.com.

PENNSYLVANIA

The Links at Gettysburg, a community of low-maintenance, single-family homes with lake and golf-course views, has a par-72 Lindsay Ervin-designed golf course as its focal point.

The Links at Gettysburg offers a recreational lifestyle, luxurious homes and a mostly maintenance-free environment. Developed by the Wormald Cos., the Links at Gettysburg offers homes base-priced from the $370,000s to $441,000. Residents willreceive discounted golf-club memberships.

Community amenities include a clubhouse featuring banquet and dining facilities and a triple-tiered brick patio and porch overlooking the greens, walking trails, tennis courts and swimming pools.

The homeowners’ association will offer a range of services including lawn maintenance, leaf pickup, mulching, pruning, garbage collection and snow removal.

Homes will be clustered around parks and brick-paved courtyards, and many will enjoy views of the golf course or one of the 10 lakes on the property.

Call the Wormald Cos. sales center at 866/334-2457, or visit www.thelinksatgettysburg.com.

A two-hour drive from Washington places golfers at Penn National, where two public golf courses await residents and visitors.

Penn National has grown since 1968 into a 1,500-acre community with more than 1,000 residents. Where to Retire magazine has named Penn National “One of America’s 100 Best Master Planned Communities” every year since 1999.

Besides golf, residents at Penn National have access to tennis and swim clubs and can enjoy mountain and country views. Recreational amenities nearby include fly-fishing, skiing at Whitetail and Liberty ski resorts, hiking, outdoor theater in the summertime, and antiquing. Community activities can be found in abundance.

Homes at Penn National include condominiums, town homes and single-family homes, with resale home ranging from the mid-$200,000s to $1,000,000 and new town homes and single family homes priced from the mid-$200,000s to more than $1,000,000. Eventually, the community will have 2,500 homes.

Farmington Villas are priced from the $270,000s to the $350,000s, and homesites for custom homes are priced from the $70,000s to the $300,000s and higher. No time restriction is required as to when these homes must be built.

One of Penn National’s newest neighborhoods, the St. Andrews Fairway Homes, includes 41 single-family homes nestled between the sixth and seventh holes on the Founders golf course. The neighborhood includes a maintenance association, which allows owners to enjoy a low-maintenance lifestyle.

Homes range from 1,869 to 3,962 finished square feet, with base prices from the high $400,000s to the $700,000s, including the golf course homesites.

Call 800/338-7523 or visit www.pennhomes.com.

VIRGINIA

Stafford County is home to Augustine, a public golf course with residences built along the fairways. In addition to the golf course, the community includes a swimming pool, tennis courts and walking trails, along with a location near Fredericksburg and a Virginia Railway Express station.

Augustine Homes has four homes currently available, but a future phase will allow buyers to purchase homes on 1-acre lots next year.

The current homes, priced from the mid- to upper $700,000s on quarter-acre lots adjacent to the 18th fairway, already have the structural elements in place.

Buyers can still make choices among designer finishes for these estate series homes, which include high-tech wiring, gas heat and hot water, high ceilings and master baths among other standard features.

Call 540/286-1970 or visit www.augustinehomes.com.

Twenty minutes south of Washington at the junction of the Potomac and Occoquan rivers is the waterfront community of Belmont Bay, designed in the style of a historic American harbor town.

Belmont Bay includes a golf course with a clubhouse, a 158-slip marina, office space and planned restaurants, shops and a 240-room hotel and conference center. The Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge is adjacent to the development, and the Belmont Bay Science Center, a joint project of the Virginia Science Museum and George Mason University’s Marine Biology department, is expected to be up and running by the end of 2007.

A VRE train station is in Woodbridge next to Belmont Bay.

Centex Homes is building condominiums at Belmont Bay priced from the mid-$400,000s and Comstock Homebuilding Cos. Inc. has a few condominiums left in the River Club buildings, priced from the $400,000s to the mid-$500,000s.

Miller and Smith is building garage town homes with rooftop terraces with prices in the $600,000s.

Call 888/357-8290 for Centex Homes; 703/491-2600 for Comstock Homes; and 703/491-7103 for Miller and Smith, or visit www.belmontbay.com.

The 18-hole Arnold Palmer Signature golf course at the private gated community known as Belmont Country Club in Loudoun County provides scenic vistas for many of the 2,157 homesites in the community. In addition to the golf course, a focal point for the development is the Belmont Clubhouse built adjacent to the renovated Manor House on the property.

The Manor House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was built in 1799. The nearly 31,000-square-foot addition to the Manor House includes rooftop and private dining, a full-service business center and concierge services.

While the Belmont Clubhouse is the center of social life for the community, a separate full-service recreation center has also been built to provide indoor aerobic and fitness facilities along with swimming pools, tennis and basketball courts and a volleyball pit.

A fiber-optic infrastructure with high-speed Internet access and lawn maintenance is included with every home.

Toll Bros. Inc., the developer of the community, will be building several different types of homes in separate villages around the golf course, priced from the $400,000s to the high $500,000s for town homes and from the $600,000s to more than $1,000,000 for single-family homes. Condominiums are priced from the high $300,000s.

Call 703/858-GOLF or visit the Web site www.belmontcountryclub.com.

The newest golf course community under development in Northern Virginia, Creighton Farms, will eventually feature 180 homes set in the rolling hills of Aldie in Loudoun County’s hunt country.

The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club will be the focal point for this new development and will include a Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course that has been designed to incorporate the property’s natural surroundings, including a small creek.

Homeowners and members of the private golf club will enjoy the upscale amenities of the Ritz-Carlton, including social and concierge services. The clubhouse has been designed in classic Georgian manor house style for a country-club style.

Homesites will vary in size from 1 to 5 acres with golf and wooded views, with finished homes anticipated to be priced from $2,500,000. Juno Properties LLC, Creighton Enterprises Inc. and the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Co. LLC are partnering to develop this community.

Call 877/300-3338 or visit www.creightonfarms.com.

Toll Bros. is also developing Dominion Valley Country Club, a gated, guarded community in Haymarket in Prince William County, centered around an Arnold Palmer Signature golf course.

Residents can enjoy a sports pavilion with fitness equipment, basketball courts, swimming pools and tennis courts. Other recreational amenities in this resort-style community include a clubhouse with casual and formal dining and meeting rooms, hiking and biking trails, playgrounds, ball fields, and acres of open space. Residents of this community have a broadband fiber network and a community intranet.

Single-family homes, many with mountain, golf course and water views, are available at Dominion Valley priced from the high $500,000s to the high $700,000s. Patio town homes, priced from the mid-$500,000s, are also available.

An active adult community, known as Regency at Dominion Valley, features single-family homes with first-floor master suites, condominium homes and patio town homes, with prices ranging from the low $300,000s to the high $400,000s.

Call 703/753-TOLL or 703/753-8900 for Regency or visit www.dominionvalley.com, www.regencydominionvalley.com or www.tollbrothers.com.

The gated golf-course community of Fawn Lake in Fredericksburg, under development by NTS/Virginia Development Co. on 2,300 acres, includes 36 holes of golf on an Arnold Palmer-designed course, more than 300 acres of lakes, eight miles of nature trails, and a variety of recreational amenities, including soccer fields, basketball and tennis courts, boat launches and docks, and a beach club with a swimming pool.

The private Fawn Lake Country Club offers a swimming pool, lakeside dining, social events and comprehensive instruction and tournaments for golfers of all levels.

The Community Association Clubhouse features a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, exercise and meeting facilities, plus a beach, volleyball pit, tennis courts and a boat dock. Homesites within all of Fawn Lake range from a third-acre to 7 acres, and are available for buyers who wish to build now or to reserve a lot for future construction.

Homesites, whether development lots or resale lots, vary broadly in price according to location and size, from the $200,000s to the low $700,000s. Homes in Fawn Lake range in price from the $600,000s to more than $2,000,000.

Currently, the Signature Builder program of recommended custom builders includes Coleman Homes, Thompson Building Corp., Sagun Homes Inc., Regency Homes LC, Hand Construction Co., Piedmont Building Corp., Fredericksburg Custom Homes, Pettit Homes Inc., Beazer Homes Corp. and Signature Series Construction Inc.

Some 1,500 luxury homesites have been developed at Fawn Lake since 1989, with about half sold so far.

Call 800/435-8020 or visit www.fawnlakevirginia.com.

At the planned community of Lake Manassas in western Prince William County, buyers can choose a custom home design or choose from the portfolio of homes offered by the community’s builders.

Recreational amenities at Lake Manassas in addition to the golf course include an Olympic-size swimming pool, lighted tennis courts, hiking trails, picnic areas, and fishing on one of the community’s stocked ponds.

The 18-hole Stonewall Golf Course was designed by South Carolina golf architect Tom Jackson with nine holes bordering Lake Manassas, with four additional holes featuring water frontage or water features.

The Stonewall Clubhouse’s 13,000 square feet include a pro shop, a pub, a grill room and a party room.

Custom single-family homes may be built by National Capital Homes Inc., Nelson Construction, Castle Rock Homes Inc., Petra Builders Inc., Sorensen Homes, Stonewall Homes, Quaker Homes Inc. and Entre Builders.

Custom homes lots are almost sold out. The custom homes range from the $800,000s to more than $2,500,000. The Airston Group and Quaker Homes have single-family home models available for viewing, with a small number of homes still available.

Single-family homes are available from Quaker Homes Inc. from the $700,000s and from Airston from the $800,000s. Call 703/754-7868 for information on the custom homes, 703/753-0705 for The Airston Group and 703/753-0992 for Quaker Homes or visit www.lakemanassas.com.

Lansdowne on the Potomac, which will include 2,155 upscale attached and detached homes, are being built by Beazer, Brookfield Homes, Centex, Van Metre Homes and Basheer & Edgemoore Homes LLC.

Lansdowne is adjacent to the Lansdowne Resort and borders Goose Creek and the Potomac River. Lansdowne residents have the opportunity to become golf members of Lansdowne Resort and Golf Club.

Lansdowne’s Potomac Club, Lansdowne Resort and the National Conference Center offer recreational amenities, including indoor and outdoor swimming pools, fitness centers, club rooms, ballrooms, meeting rooms and more.

Lansdowne Resort opened its second golf course — a Greg Norman designed championship course, the new Golf Club and another pool complex last summer. In addition, Lansdowne Development Group will start construction of the Lansdowne Town Center later this year. The Town Center will be a main street-style community with restaurants, coffee cafes, retail, commercial and residential units.

Home prices in Lansdowne range from the $600,000s to $800,000s for town homes and from the $600,000s to more than $1,000,000 million for single-family homes.

Call 703/726-0417 or visit www.LansdowneonthePotomac.com.

A gated entry leads into the upscale planned community of Piedmont in Haymarket. Residents now enjoy the private Tom Fazio-designed championship 18-hole golf course with its practice facility and clubhouse. Piedmont’s community center includes an athletic club with a fitness center and aerobics studio, an aquatic center with indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, plus a business center and boardroom.

Piedmont residents enjoy views of lakes and woodlands, the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and the golf course.

Estate homes and executive-style homes are being offered from a variety of builders. The newest section of Piedmont is the Parks at Piedmont, where builders, including Ryan Homes, Engle Homes and NVHomes are building single-family homes, town homes and condominiums.

In addition to their own private recreation center, business center, athletic club and swimming pool, residents of Parks at Piedmont also enjoy access to the Piedmont Golf Club.

Condominiums and town homes are priced from the upper $300,000s and low $500,000s, and single-family homes from the low $500,000s to the low $700,000s.

Call 703/753-7070 or visit www.piedmont-club.com.

Marquis Custom Homes is building estate homes on the golf course at Raspberry Falls in Leesburg on half-acre to 1-acre lots. Residents can enjoy a Gary Player Signature golf course, along with a Southern-mansion-inspired clubhouse with a pool and bathhouse, a grill restaurant and a pro shop.

Homes are priced from the upper $900,000s to $1,600,000 and will feature brick, stone and stucco exteriors.

Most of the homes will include a three-car side-entry garage, four to six bedrooms, a rear staircase, a fireplace in the family room, and a choice of oak hardwood flooring or 12-by-12 ceramic-tile flooring in the kitchen and breakfast area, hall and foyer.

The homes will have from three to seven full baths and two half baths. A full range of options will be available, including a home theater in the lower level.

Currently six lots are available in the half-acre to 1-acre size, with two 10-acre conservancy lots also available. Within a few months additional sections are anticipated to open for sale.

Call 703/425-2602 for Marquis Custom Homes or visit www.Marquis-VanMetre.com.

The guarded, gated community of River Creek in Leesburg occupies a prime location on the banks of the Potomac River and Goose Creek, with 70-foot-high bluffs and an Ault Clark and Associates-designed golf course winding through the development.

The luxury homes within River Creek have views of the 18-hole golf course, the woods, lakes and the river. The 30,000-square-foot Main Clubhouse at River Creek features formal dining rooms, dining balconies and decks with panoramic views of the Potomac that are perfect for parties or intimate dinners.

Community cookouts and events are held on a village green near the Clubhouse. The Swim and Tennis Club includes a pro shop, exercise facility and traditional grill room with a fireplace, plus a swimming pool, children’s wading pools and lighted tennis courts.

More than 50 percent of the property is undeveloped open land. The concierge staff brings the neighborhood together with planned events and outings and assists in organizing the many clubs that residents have started.

Luxury town homes priced from the $800,000s to more than $1,000,000 are available from Michael Harris Development, NVHomes and WCI Renaissance. Single-family homes priced from $1,100,000 to $1,700,000 are available from Mitchell & Best.

Call 703/443-2800 or visit www.river-creek.com.

At River Falls, an upscale golf community in eastern Prince William County, Basheer & Edgemoore is constructing homes with prices starting from the low $800,000s to the low $900,000s.

The community surrounds the Old Hickory golf course and clubhouse. Some 240 homes will be built on the 280-acre property by the time it is completed.

Georgian-style architecture and such community features as a spring house and pocket parks are the hallmarks of River Falls, which has an entrance lined with maple trees, as well as other amenities, including walking trails, ponds and tennis courts along with multifunctional courts. In addition, River Falls offers a location just minutes from the eclectic mix of shops and restaurants in nearby Occoquan.

Call 703/590-8626 or visit www.riverfalls.info.

The planned community of South Riding, set on 2,000 acres in southeastern Loudoun County, is already home to more than 4,400 families and will eventually have 6,039 homes.

South Riding, landscaped and designed to be pedestrian-friendly, includes a town center and market square with shopping and services, an 18-hole Dan Maples-designed golf course, four swimming pools, five tennis courts, ball fields, hiking and biking trails, beach volleyball courts, basketball courts, playgrounds and a day-care center.

More than 600 acres of open space have been maintained within South Riding, including 18 lakes and ponds and Conklin Park.

Toll Bros., the developer of South Riding, is building town homes priced from the $400,000s to the $500,000s and single-family homes priced from the $700,000s to the $800,000s and higher.

Call 703/327-3600 or visit www.southriding.com or www.tollbrothers.com.

Winchester Homes is building several collections of homes at South Village in South Riding, where residents can enjoy the Dan Maples-designed golf course, arbor-covered pathways to the Village Green and fountain, walking paths, tennis courts and a community swimming pool. Town homes will be priced from the mid-$500,000s and single family homes from the upper $700,000s to mid-$800,000s.

Call 703/542-5502 for the town homes or 703/542-2272 for the single family homes or visit www.southvillageva.com.

WEST VIRGINIA

The Woods Resort, planned by developer Ray Johnston to be convenient to suburban Maryland and Virginia residents, is located near Hedgesville, adjacent to West Virginia’s 23,000-acre Sleepy Creek Wildlife Management Area.

The Woods now features two golf courses. The Woods also offers other recreational amenities, affordable lodgings for vacations and approximately 1,000 homes.

A variety of home styles is available in addition to homesites with mountain, fairway or wooded views. Besides the golf and recreational amenities, the Woods Resort offers conference facilities and dining facilities at the Walden restaurant, the Walnut Pub or the Woods Club Grill.

Resale home prices range from the mid $100,000s to the $500,000s. Homesites are priced from the $90,000s to the $180,000s. Most of the homesites offer fairway views.

The average price for a chalet-style home is about $275,000, with larger homes starting in the $370,000s. New homes come complete with a recreation membership to 27 holes of golf, two outdoor pools, tennis courts and an indoor recreation center with an indoor pool, racquetball, whirlpools, saunas, exercise facilities and massages.

Call 800/248-2222, or visit www.thewoodsresort.com.


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