Thursday, July 5, 2012

D.R. Horton is building 11 traditional single-family homes on 10,679-square-foot sites at Cottage Farm in Alexandria, near Landmark Mall, Cameron Run Regional Park, shops, restaurants and the Van Dorn Metro station.

Each home in this Fairfax County community will include the choice of a combination front of brick, stone and siding; professional landscaping; and a two-car garage.

Inside, all three models feature four or five bedrooms and 2½ to 4½ baths. Standard features include an arched entry door; hardwood flooring in the foyer, hall, powder room and kitchen; 9-foot ceilings on all three levels; crown and chair-rail molding; custom-designed lighting; a gas fireplace; a first-floor library; 42-inch birch cabinets, granite counters, stainless steel appliances and recessed lighting in the center-island kitchen; ceramic tile flooring in the baths; a luxury master bath with a soaking tub and separate shower; a high-tech wiring system; and gas heat and water heater.

The homes have approximately 2,430 to 3,000 finished square feet, with base prices from $699,990 to $739,990. Homeowner association fees are $100 per month.

The Covington model, with 2,809 square feet, is priced from $719,990. This home features a two-story foyer flanked by the formal living room and the formal dining room. Each of the rooms has a double window.

The main level has a corner library and an open family room, breakfast area and kitchen. Adjacent to the kitchen are a powder room, a pantry and a laundry room with ceramic tile flooring.

Upstairs, the master suite has a walk-in closet and a luxury bath. Three more bedrooms and a second full bath with a double-sink vanity complete this level. Buyers can add a private third bath to the fourth bedroom.

Options include finished lower levels, sunrooms, extra windows and tray ceilings.

For more information or directions, call community sales manager Sonja Winter at 703/615-5722 or visit D.R. Horton” href=”https://www.drhorton.com” target=”_blank”>www.drhorton.com.

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