Monday, September 14, 2009

Sponsored Post: Asheford Court - Suburban Living In The City!


For more information on Asheford Court homes please visit their website, www.ashefordcourt.com or contact their sales office at 202-610-5606.

Asheford Court, with 75 new single family homes, is a community that welcomes your family home to quiet tree lined streets, spacious private rear yards, garages and off street parking in a peaceful neighborhood bordered by Oxon Creek Park. Asheford Court home styles have three distinct traditional designs with three and four bedrooms, two and half baths, full basements and a deluxe owner’s suite. Exterior elevations are classic and timeless, featuring options such as bay windows, brick fronts, two car garages and family room extensions. The community is distinct, featuring a walkable neighborhood and a streetscape representing the latest in urban lifestyles.

These homes have the highest standards of quality and design including all interior amenities that people have come to expect in the finest of DC area’s new home choices.

For more photos of Asheford Court homes click HERE.
To view Asheford Court current incentives for home buyers click HERE.
To view available Asheford Court properties including current prices click HERE.

Asheford Court has three traditionally styled model types with three or four bedrooms, two and half baths and 1 or 2 car garages. The homes range from 1,850 to 2,350 square feet with lot sizes of 4,800 to 7,000 square feet.



HOME FEATURES
Style: Traditional
Model Types: 3
Square Footage: 1,850 – 2,350 sq. ft.
Lot size: 4,800 to 7,000 sq. ft.
Priced from: the $400's
Bedrooms: 3 to 4
Bathrooms: 2.5
Garages: 1 or 2 car

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5 comments:

DC Debutante said...

Asheford court needs to lower their prices or invest more in the surrounding areas.

The Advoc8te said...

Considering that the homes are just a stones throw away from the new Department of Homeland Security Campus and The Shops at Park Village not to directly across the street from the $20 million dollar THEARC there are definetly a LOT of amneties. Least of which is living in Congress Heights!

Lots of DHS workers (with families) are going to be looking for quality housing

The Advoc8te said...

meant to say "not to mention" lol.

Seriously though it is good to see so many quality housing options developing in Ward 8 - there is definetly something for everyone.

Tim said...

Are these the houses behind Giant? Those are very nice. It looks like northern Virginia back there.

Anonymous said...

I agree with DC Debutante....Asheford court does need to lower their prices....its ridiculous for the neighbor and there should be more locally to do for that price. They need betters schools, a police department and even a better healthcare system for community. The mayor needs to have his hand on areas like this that are inflating their prices. There is alread a home for sale in this Phase I neighborhood. This property will soon be in foreclosure just because of their ways...They do have great amenities but their prices are just too high