We often get questions on how our model homes are designed as each one has its own unique story. What's behind our newest home in Elmhurst, our first of five Great American Neighborhoods in Pittsburgh? Here's a sneak peek from our designer...
It's Cyber Monday! The biggest online shopping day of the year where you kick back after a crazy holiday weekend and with just a few clicks you've found some great gifts without even breaking a sweat. So, how about a special gift for yourself?
Phase 1 will be closing out soon with only 4 home sites left.
One of the most scenic, 55+ neighborhood locations in Lancaster County will be moving onto another chapter soon with its next new building phase. Six new homeowners will be ringing in the new year in their new homes. Will you be the seventh?
Two More Chances to Build in One of Lancaster's Most Beloved Neighborhoods. Located at one of the most convenient locations in Lancaster County, Veranda stands out for a number of reasons. Drive by this well-known neighborhood off of Harrisburg Pike and Sylvan Roads and your eyes are immediately drawn to the lush and mature landscape that surrounds it.
Charter has just opened a new home store at 653 Whitetail Drive in Deer Run Commons and its the fantastic Sterling design. You have to come visit in person to see all of the bells and whistles in this townhome but here's our Top 10 Countdown of what makes the Sterling a popular choice:
It's hard to believe that we are down to the final three home sites in Lancaster's beloved Millcreek neighborhood. Life runs through this neighborhood that has only gotten better with time. Some of our favorite things:
"Best Day of Our Life" says new homeowner at Spring Hill.
Maybe it's the sweeping views and quiet location. Or it could be the large home sites with open floor plans and designs. Maybe its the baseball field in the neighborhood. Yep - we think it's all of those things and more that made Spring Hill the best selling Charter neighborhood last week.
The Best Kind of BOGO Money Can Buy. In conjunction with Mechanicsburg Area High School's Project Tannenbaum, The Shops at Walden will donate a tree for every tree purchased Saturday, November 28th during Walden Winter Lights.
With the moderate November temperatures, you may be tempted to keep those bulky sweaters and leg-warming boots tucked away in your closet. But we all know the inevitable is coming, especially when you live in Pennsylvania. There's no getting around some snow and cold weather. Remember the last two years?