- The Washington Times - Wednesday, March 22, 2006

EYA is building 90 town homes in Spanish mission, English Tudor and arts-and-crafts styles at National Park Seminary in Silver Spring, the 30-acre site of an 1800s-era girls school.

The development will include an eclectic mix of restored buildings including a pagoda, a Dutch windmill and a lighthouse, plus a community room, fitness center, walking trails and nature preserve.

Each home in this Montgomery County community includes a deck, professional landscaping and a two-car garage.

Inside, all five models feature three bedrooms; 21/2 baths; hardwood flooring with 3-inch-wide planks on the main level; oak stairs; recessed lighting; crown and chair-rail moldings; a gas fireplace; maple cabinets and granite counters in the center-island kitchen; a master bath with ceramic tile flooring; and two-zone gas heat and air conditioning.

The homes have about 2,120 to 2,600 finished square feet, with base prices from $648,000 to $915,000.

Homeowner association fees are $150 per month.

The Stratton model, with 2,120 square feet, is priced from $648,000 to $678,000. This home features a recreation room with a fireplace and the garage on the lower level. The main level has an open living room and dining room, a powder room and an open kitchen and breakfast area with a pantry and a sliding glass door to the deck.

Upstairs, the master suite has a walk-in closet and a bath. A balcony and fireplace can be added to the master suite. A laundry room and a second full bath complete this level.

Call Amy Wood at 301/588-2516 or visit www.eya.com.

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