- The Washington Times - Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Two major residential subdivisions in and around Centreville are currently under development: Symphony Village and North Brook.

Both are close to Queenstown’s Prime Outlets that contain more than 55 specialty shops. They share a location near the Chesapeake Bay, a fisherman’s dream come true.

Recreational crabbing is a Queen Anne’s County pastime. Public boat ramps are located throughout the county.

Residents also can take advantage of Blue Heron Golf Course in nearby Stevensville, an 18-hole county-owned course or visit Queenstown Harbor Golf Links, a 36-hole river and lake course.

Symphony Village has 395 residential lots and North Brook, 437.

Symphony Village is an award-winning active adult community of single-family homes on 187 acres on the south side of Centreville.

Symphony Village offers seven different home styles and such amenities as indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a fitness center, putting green and tennis courts.

Single-family home designs are open, airy and spacious and feature one-level living.

Buyers can add sun rooms, solariums, and conservatories. Prices begin in the $300,000s.

The Mozart model has two bedrooms, two baths and a two-car garage.

It features an eat-in kitchen, family room, formal dining room and master suite for $300,000. Buyers have an option to add a second floor.

Symphony Village’s builder, Caruso Homes Inc., maintains offices on Taylor Mill Road in Centreville.

Call 888/727-7928 or visit www.symphonyvillage.com.

North Brook is set in a rural woodland north of Centreville, just off Route 213.

It is a three-phase residential community planned around two ponds, a trail and tennis courts.

Currently, construction is beginning in phase three with two builders, Richmond American Homes Inc. and Sierra Homes Inc.

The smallest lot is 10,000 square feet. Homes in North Brook have natural gas and city water.

Richmond American Homes features five home styles in the North Brook subdivision ranging from the upper $300,000s to mid-$400,000s.

The Essex II is a two-story, four-bedroom, 21/2-bath and two-car garage home, priced in the upper $300,000s.

The Essex II begins at 2,270 square feet and features a master suite with a large bath and large walk-in closet.

A cathedral ceiling is optional.

The main level offers a kitchen, a family room and a dramatic two-story entrance foyer. Kitchen upgrades, bay windows, columns and a family-room fireplace are optional.

The Carlyle model has four bedrooms, 31/2 baths and a two-car garage. The home has 3,089 square feet and is offered in the mid-$400,000s.

Richmond American Homes has an office at 100 Brook Run Lane in Centreville.

Call 443/262-9792 or visit www.richmondamerican.com.

Sierra Homes is building homes with four bedrooms, 21/2 baths and a two-car garage priced in the upper $300,000s.

Homes start at more than 2,000 square feet, and include brick fronts. Each home comes standard with such features as open foyer, designer brass lighting fixtures, six telephone jacks, six cable TV jacks and seam-less aluminum gutters with downspouts.

Call Sierra Homes at 410/409-9671 or 443/262-9240. For information, visit www.sierrahomesmd.com.

This story was previously published March 24, 2006.

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