- - Thursday, May 19, 2011

Camberley Homes is building 98 single-family Centennial Collection homes on 7,000-square-foot sites at Poplar Run in Silver Spring, a mile from the Glenmont Metro station and close to shops and restaurants in downtown Silver Spring. Community plans include open space, swimming pools, a clubhouse, volleyball sand courts, pocket parks, tot lots and fitness trails.

Each home in this Montgomery County community will include a choice of exterior style with fiber cement siding or shingles, professional landscaping and a two-car garage.

Inside, all three models feature three or four bedrooms; 2½ baths; hardwood flooring in the foyer, kitchen and breakfast area; oak stairs; 8- and 9-foot ceilings; a gas fireplace; 42-inch oak cabinets, granite counters and stainless steel appliances in the center-island kitchen; ceramic tile flooring in the baths; a high-tech wiring system; a security system; and gas heat.

The homes have 2,522 to 2,882 finished square feet, with base prices from $574,900 to $624,900. Homeowner association fees are $60 per month after a $500 initial fee.

The Branford model, with 2,646 square feet, is priced from $599,900. This home features a wraparound front porch leading to a foyer with a curving staircase to the upper and lower levels.

An archway leads from the foyer to the great room, which opens to the center-island kitchen and breakfast area. Nearby is a “home management center” with a door close to the detached garage. The main level also has a formal dining room, a butler’s pantry and a powder room.

Upstairs, the master suite has a tray ceiling, two walk-in closets and a luxury bath. Two more bedrooms, a second full bath and a laundry room complete this level.

Options include finished lofts with a bedroom and bath, a finished lower level, room extensions and fireplaces.

For more information or directions, call community operations manager Ed Boisseau at 301/803-4707 or visit www.CamberleyHomes.com.

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