Stanley Martin Homes Grows During Economic Downturn

At 2,295 to 4,001 square feet, Stanley Martin Homes’ Farmville model, located in the builder’s Spring Creek neighborhood in Charlottesville, allows buyers the option of purchasing a larger or smaller home.

The more diminutive Farmville option is a recent addition to a line of smaller homes the builder introduced during the recession.

The Chatham model is available in Stanley Martin Homes’ new Avinity community in Charlottesville, Va., a market new to the builder since 2013. The base model of the townhome is 2,256 square feet. With options, the size of the home can expand to up to 2,310 square feet.

The company's Sussex model is a two-time winner of the Great American Living Awards Home of the Year designation. Featuring 3,713 to 3,760 square feet, the luxury townhome is part of a 35-unit community in Oakton, Va., and features a two-car garage and a semi-buried basement.

The single-family Ashland model is part of the planned Old Trail community in Albemarle County, Va., 12 miles west of Charlottesville. The home features Hardieplank siding and Energy Star rated appliances, windows and water heater.

The four-bedroom Carey model is available in sizes from 2,663 to 6,089 square feet, and is priced from $589,990. Buyers of the larger floor plan, shown in Stanley Martin Homes’ Summit Oaks community in Fairfax County, Va., get an optional finished lower level with rec room, media room, den and full bath.

Inside the four-bedroom Colton model at Scotts Run in McLean, Va., buyers may opt for 3.5 to 6.5 bathrooms, a sunroom, and a basement-level media room, rec room, den, and bedroom. The single-family home’s size ranges from 4,052 to 7,357 square feet, depending on the buyer’s options.

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