- The Washington Times - Thursday, July 8, 2010

EYA is building 159 town homes at Old Town Commons in Alexandria. The community has a park and is adjacent to the Charles Houston Recreation Center.

Residents at Old Town Commons can walk to shops and restaurants in Old Town Alexandria and to parks along the Potomac River. The Braddock Road Metro station is three blocks from the town homes.

Each town home will include a brick and/or cement-siding exterior with a brick stoop, a rooftop terrace, professional landscaping and a two-car garage. Some homes will have a private rear yard. A deck and front porch are optional.

Inside, all six models feature three or four finished levels with three or four bedrooms; 2 1/2 baths; hardwood flooring throughout the main level; hardwood stairs on the entry level; 9-foot ceilings on the main and upper levels; ceramic tile flooring in the foyer; 42-inch birch cabinets, granite or Corian counters, a pantry and recessed lighting in the kitchen; ceramic tile flooring in the baths; a luxury master bath with a double-sink vanity and a glass-enclosed shower; a high-tech wiring system; Energy Star qualifications; and gas heat.

The homes have 1,372 to 2,082 finished square feet, with base prices from $579,900 to $764,900. Homeowner association fees are $100 per month.

The Carlyle model, with 1,724 square feet, is priced from $674,900. This home includes a lower-level garage and storage space. The main level has an open living room and dining room with a center-island kitchen and breakfast area at the back.

Upstairs, the master suite has a walk-in closet and a luxury bath. A second bedroom, a second full bath and a laundry room complete this level.

The loft level has an open loft, a third bedroom and an optional third bath.

Options include a lower-level study, bay windows and extra baths.

For more information or directions, call sales manager Adam Cetron at 571/312-8910 or visit www.eya.com.

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