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Miller & Smith Announces "Big Reveal Event" At Embrey Mill

New Dominion Collection to be Unveiled Saturday, September 28th from 12 - 5 pm

MCLEAN, Va., Sept. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Miller & Smith, an award-winning homebuilder and real estate development company, announces today the opening of the New Dominion Collection located at Embrey Mill in North Stafford, Virginia.

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To celebrate the new collection, Miller & Smith will host a "Big Reveal Event" on Saturday, September 28th from 12 – 5 pm as part of the Opening Day at Embrey Mill.  The New Dominion Collection is designed with a distinctive main level living area featuring a spacious great room and gourmet kitchen with an Infinity island. The 3-level townhomes also feature up to 4 bedrooms and 3 ½ bathrooms including a penthouse master suite and a roomy courtyard that connects the kitchen directly to the 2-car garage.  Prices start from the high $200's.

Located just west of I-95, Embrey Mill is an innovative new master-planned community featuring 285 acres of open space, parks and trails, resident lifestyle services and planned recreation and civic centers.

Event:   

Opening Day Event – Embrey Mill

Date:     

Saturday, September 28th, 2013, 12– 5 pm

Location:  

200 Almond Drive, Stafford, VA 22554

Activities:  

Tours of Model Homes and Community Grand Opening

More Info:   

Visit www.millerandsmith.com or call (540) 645-8864

Directions:   

Take I-95 South toward Stafford to Exit 140. Turn West onto Route 630 West /Courthouse Rd. Turn right onto Austin Ridge Drive and left on Shields Road to enter Embrey Mill. Turn right onto Apricot St, then left onto Almond Drive. Sales office is located at 200 Almond Drive, Stafford, VA 22554.

About Miller & Smith:
Founded in 1964, Miller & Smith is a privately owned builder and developer who is active in both residential and commercial real estate and has earned a reputation for creating innovative and imaginative homes and communities. One of the largest private homebuilders in the Washington, DC metropolitan region, Miller & Smith has built more than 5,400 single family homes, 8,800 townhomes, and 2,125 condominiums and developed 12,700 home sites in 92 communities throughout Maryland, Virginia and Delaware and is headquartered in McLean, Virginia. For more information about Miller & Smith, visit www.millerandsmith.com or call (703) 825-2500.  

Contact:
Stephanie Orton Lynch
Vice President, Communications | Delucchi Plus 
202.248.5855 | [email protected]  

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