By: Sun Gazette
Something new is on the horizon, as Madison Homes has opened two decorated model homes at The Enclave of Aylors Overlook, a distinctive collection of 16 single-family charmers adjacent to all the charms of downtown Falls Church with easy access to the Mosaic District and Tysons.
“We’ve been eagerly anticipating this milestone for quite a while now. We’ve known since early in the design phase that these homes and this community were going to be very special, and now we’re thrilled to open our model homes and share our efforts with the homebuying public,” said Andrew Rosenberger, vice president of Madison Homes.
The newly designed modern farmhouse architecture at Aylors Overlook offers iconic exterior facades with welcoming bluestone porches and majestic eight-foot-tall front doors. The sunlit, open interiors feature striking wood floors, nine-foot ceilings, oak staircases with contemporary rails, lavish bedrooms with oversized walk-in closets and spa-worthy bathrooms. Together, they provide a refined version of home that celebrates the Aylor family, which owned the property for the previous 60 years.
As a result of the successful pre-sale campaign, half of the homes are already sold and three-quarters of the 16 homes are finished or are under construction. As a result, there are nearly-completed homes for those seeking a quick move in, as well as available homesites for buyers who want to start from scratch and customize their new residences.
Since its founding in 1992, award winning Madison Homes has grown into one of the most respected residential builders in the region, providing options that include single-family homes, townhouses and condominiums in a wide array of architectural styles and locations.
Current and recent new-home communities from Madison Homes include The Towns at Grosvenor Place in North Bethesda, Trenton Square in Ballston, and The Townes of Abingdon Place in Old Town.
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Facts for buyers:
Priced from the $1.9 millions, sales at Aylors Overlook are managed by Smith-Schnider. Models are open Fridays through Mondaya from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. or by appointment. For additional information, contact Jim Patton at (703) 844-8484 or visit www.aylorsoverlook.com.