|The great room.|
|Completed homes along Powell Lane.|
The development, under construction by Stanley Martin Homes, will have a total of 77 homes on the former site of Rosslyn Auto Body and other businesses.
|The rooftop terrace.|
The homes have two-car garages accessible from the rear, three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, two half baths, a rec room, an 18 by 10 foot deck, a rooftop terrace, and energy-efficient features. The Ladysmith model, open for viewing, is 2,230 square feet. Pricing starts are $664,990.
|Columbia Pike seen from the terrace.|
Students who live in Ambrose Hills will attend Belvedere Elementary School, Glasgow Middle School, and Stuart High School. The project will have a gazebo and tot lot, but no swimming pool. A traffic light has been approved for the Powell Lane/Columbia Pike intersection.
|The kitchen and dining area are on the second floor, along with the great room and access to the deck.|
The site had been rezoned in 1999, clearing the way for a housing development, but a variety of challenges kept the project dormant until 2014. Ambrose Hills is expected to be completed in about two years.
|A sitting area on the first floor.|
|The construction site, between Powell Lane and the Madison Place community.|
|The garage and driveway are in the rear.|