Recreation Builds Enjoyment at Breckenridge

The Washington Times (Washington, DC), May 12, 2006 | Go to article overview

Recreation Builds Enjoyment at Breckenridge


Byline: Michele Lerner, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES

At Breckenridge Condominiums at Montgomery Village, residents can enjoy a centrally located

swimming pool with a sun deck, tennis courts and a newly renovated community clubhouse with a kitchen.

A fitness center will open in the future. Since the development, formerly an apartment complex, is located within Montgomery Village, residents also can enjoy access to four more community centers, seven swimming pools, 18 parks and recreation areas, walking trails, lakes, a natural amphitheater, and a nature center.

Located in the Interstate 270 corridor, a short drive from the Capital Beltway and a few miles from the Shady Grove Metro station, Breckenridge also is close to shopping, entertainment and employment areas in Gaithersburg, Rockville, Bethesda and the District.

Buyers at Breckenridge Condominiums can opt for a renovated home or purchase an as-is home at a lower price. Reserved parking is included with the homes, with carports and garages for sale.

The builder is offering $5,000 in closing-cost assistance with the use of the builder's designated lender and settlement company for condominium purchases in Breckenridge East and $7,000 in closing cost assistance for buyers of homes in Breckenridge West, where the homes are larger.

An additional incentive program is available for Montgomery County government employees such as police officers, firefighters and teachers.

Renovated homes include new kitchen and bath cabinets, ceramic tile flooring in the foyer, kitchen and bath, a full-size washer and dryer, new carpet, new 1-inch blinds and a one-year home-buyer warranty.

In the Breckenridge East homes, the kitchen includes new laminate counters and black appliances. In the Breckenridge West homes, new stainless steel appliances and granite counters are included.

The homes in Breckenridge East range from 762 square feet to 1,070 square feet, with base prices from $199,990 to $282,990 for the renovated homes, and from $189,990 to $272,990 for the as-is homes. …

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