Fairfax County, Virginia — Towne Home Living
Architecturally styled Federal rowhouses' historic brick facade, cobblestone and wrought-iron private street entrance gate create an authentic late 18th century period-look for these 4,100-SF, four-story townhome residences. These design plans will hold muster with any Historical Architectural Review Board, and could easily fit into historic areas like Fairfax County, Virginia, or Georgetown, Washington DC. Get the best of both worlds-the opportunity to live in a classic rowhouse brought into modern times with historically approved architectural accents-an artful approach to a modern maintenance-free life style.
Each rowhouse is built around exquisitely designed gardens with central courtyard and fountain, has a convenient courtyard-level two-car garage entrance with access to an in-home private elevator for all four-floors. The first-floor living room has a working fireplace, 10-foot ceilings and 12-inch baseboards and crown moulding. State-of-the-art kitchen has custom crafted cabinets, top of the line appliances-limestone counters and a balcony flanking a wall of windows and French doors from the dining and family areas. Right off the kitchen hallway is a convenient powder room.
The master-suite, privately located on the fourth-floor with sitting room leads to bedroom's en-suite dressing room, walk-in-closet, Jacuzzi bath/ shower and WC. Two additional master bedrooms with ensuite baths, a laundry room and office/study are located on the second floor. Throughout the design are five-inch wide white oak floors, nine-foot ceilings, 10-inch baseboards and eight-foot doors.