- The Washington Times - Thursday, November 4, 2010

Buckingham Commons Associates LLC is building 38 town homes at Buckingham Commons, located within walking distance of shops, restaurants and nightlife in Ballston, along with a library, parks, bike paths, Ballston Common Mall and the Ballston Metro station.

Each home in this Arlington County community will include a brick front, a rooftop deck and a two-car garage. The community has ample visitor parking and is in a quiet, tree-lined section of North Arlington.

Inside, all three models feature four levels with three or four bedrooms, two or three full baths and one half bath. Standard features include an open floor plan with hardwood and ceramic tile flooring in the living areas, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, ceramic tile flooring in the baths, and washer and dryer hookups on the bedroom level.

The homes have 1,472 to 2,034 finished square feet, with base prices from $625,000 to $725,000. Homeowner association fees are $108 per month.

The Ashton model, with 1,631 square feet, is priced from $675,000. This home includes a tandem-style two-car garage with extra storage space.

This home has a lower-level entrance into a foyer with a closet and a door to the garage.

The main level has an open living room with three windows, a dining room, an open kitchen, a powder room and a family room with two double windows.

Upstairs, the master suite has two walk-in closets and a luxury bath with a soaking tub and a separate shower. A second bedroom, a second full bath and a closet for a washer and dryer complete this level.

The fourth level has a 9-foot-high ceiling, a bedroom with a vaulted ceiling and a dormer window, a full bath, and access to the roof terrace.

Options include a gas fireplace, built-in bookcases and cabinets, extra bedrooms, extra bathrooms and upgraded baths.

For more information or directions, call sales manager Marge Renck of the Mayhood Co. at 703/875-0303 or visit www.buckinghamcommons.com.

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