- The Washington Times - Thursday, November 18, 2010

Della Ratta Inc. is building 144 condominium homes at the Isabella at Monticello Mews near Alexandria, a gated community near Landmark Mall, the Village at Shirlington, Kingstowne Shopping Center and the Van Dorn Metro station.

Community amenities in this Fairfax County community include a shuttle to the Metro station; a 25-meter lap pool with a sun deck, lounge and cabana; a dog park; a fitness and walking path; a fitness room; an outdoor sports court; a front-desk attendant; a community bike rack; and secure garage parking.

Standard features in these one- and two-bedroom homes include one or two full baths; a balcony; wide-plank laminate flooring in the living room, dining room and kitchen; 9-foot ceilings; coffered ceilings in the bedrooms; crown molding; a full-size, front-loading washer and dryer; 42-inch maple cabinets, undercabinet lighting, pendant lighting, stainless steel appliances, an undermount sink, granite counters and a breakfast bar in the kitchen; stone tile and shower surrounds and granite counters in the baths; pre-wiring for ceiling fans and custom lighting in the bedrooms; pre-wiring for FiOS and cable TV; individually metered gas and electricity; gas heat; and a high-efficiency tankless water heater.

The homes have 781 to 1,673 finished square feet, with base prices from $244,900 to $550,000. Condominium association fees are estimated to be $228 to $465 per month.

The Unit A model includes a full bath off the foyer, a guest bedroom, an open living and dining room with a sliding glass door to the balcony, and a master bedroom with a walk-in closet and a private bath.

The Unit C model has an expansive living and dining room next to the kitchen, a balcony, an office, a full bath and a bedroom with a double-door closet.

For more information or directions, call sales manager Timur Loynab with McWilliams Ballard at 202/667-3776; the sales office at 703/942-8747 or visit www.TheIsabellaAlexandria.com.

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