- The Washington Times - Wednesday, November 8, 2006

In the 1960s, when developers first began to design planned communities in the Washington region, part of the concept was to include a wide range of home styles and prices.

While some of the newer developments include affordable homes as well as more expensive properties, not all do. At the Broadlands community in Ashburn, Bozzuto Homes is adding to the supply of affordable homes by converting apartments to condominiums in four-story natural stone buildings surrounded by trees.

With space for singles, couples and even families, these condominiums, which have from one to three bedrooms and one or two baths, are base-priced from $262,400 to $392,400.

Broadlands Village Condominiums residents will enjoy access to a private clubhouse for community events and private parties, a swimming pool, a fitness studio with a connected children’s playroom and a limited number of detached garages.

A shopping center with a grocery store, restaurants, bank, coffee shop and other services is within walking distance of the complex.

Residents can also enjoy membership in the Broadlands Association, which includes such amenities as 150 acres of woodlands and wetlands, the Broadlands nature center and community center, lighted tennis courts, swimming pools and an outdoor amphitheater. Monthly condominium fees range from $191.50 to $281 per month.

The homes have open floor plans with a French door to a patio or balcony, gas cooking, gas heat and gas hot water and a full-size washer and dryer. Some of the homes include a gas fireplace and/or a loft.

The homes all have 9-foot ceilings, ceramic tile flooring in the foyer, 6-foot-tall windows, crown moldings, walk-in closets and ceramic tile flooring and tub and shower surrounds in all the baths.

Each kitchen includes stainless steel appliances, 42-inch maple cabinets, granite counters and ceramic tile floors.

The Cedar model, the smallest with 869 square feet, has the largest bedroom of all the models. This home, priced from $262,400, features a laundry and storage room off the foyer, a separate living room with a glass door to the patio or deck, a separate dining room, a kitchen, a full bath and a bedroom with two standard closets.

The Persimmon model, with 1,047 square feet, is base-priced from $309,400. This home has columns flanking the foyer entrance, a separate dining room and a living room with a glass door to the patio.

Across from the kitchen is a hall closet. Nearby are a laundry room and a full bath. The master suite includes a walk-in closet, while the second bedroom has a standard closet.

The Magnolia, a three-bedroom model at 1,397 square feet, is priced from $382,400. This home has a laundry and storage room off the foyer, a living room with a glass door to the nearly 27-foot-long patio or deck, a dining room and an open kitchen with a breakfast bar.

The master bedroom has a private full bath and a walk-in closet. Two additional bedrooms and a second full bath are located on the opposite side of the living areas.

The largest model, the Willow, is located only on the fourth floor and has 1,405 square feet with a base price of $392,400. This home has a foyer entrance into a hall with a nearby closet for a washer and dryer.

The open kitchen includes a breakfast bar facing the dining area.

The living room includes a glass door to the balcony. Three tall windows in the master suite add light to this room, which has a private full bath and a walk-in closet. A second bedroom with a walk-in closet is on the opposite side of the home, along with a second full bath.

This home also includes a loft with a window seat, a closet and extra storage underneath the stairs.

For information or directions call 703/858-5284 or visit www.BroadlandsVillage Condos.com.

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