According to a recent Builder Magazine article, sunny climates aren't necessarily the number one factor in choosing a home in retirement these days. Baby boomers are challenging how we look at this next phase of our lives looking for more living options that are closer to those that matter. Five trends they mention:
It's been a long time since we've seen another color rival the white kitchen cabinet. Pick up a home magazine or peruse some online design sites and you'll see that gray is now everywhere! White's more modern cousin kicks it up a notch bringing a certain sense of style to your kitchen.
Sinclair Park' new Sturbridge ready-now home design flows effortlessly from room to room with its wide open spaces. Thoughtfully designed, your kitchen and great room are only steps from your master suite and bath. Separate dining and living room spaces give you more room to gather with friends and entertain for the upcoming holidays.
You've always dreamed of a secluded home in a wooded neighborhood but you fear you'll give up the natural light you crave. That's not a problem with this last Charter home in Bishop Woods in Elizabethtown, PA.
With unpredictable landlords and rents that keep climbing higher, you may want to consider townhome living with all its benefits. Here are some top reasons why you may consider one for your next home...
Millcreek's Chase townhome offers you the best of all worlds. First you are located in one of the most beloved neighborhoods in all of Lancaster County offering rolling hills and interesting architecture and landscapes around every turn.
Charter Homes & Neighborhoods is excited to announce our latest home design, the Chelsea at Sinclair Park. Featuring first floor living with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and an attached 2 car garage, Chelsea's low maintenance carriage lifestyle gives you time for what matters to you.
You can't help but be impressed when you walk into a Charter home because you'll first notice its great space and room to move. Entertaining a crowd isn't a problem when you have rooms that blend seamlessly from one to another.
There's definitely a chill in the air that reminds us to begin pulling out the warmer clothes and toss a few extra blankets on the sofa. There are so many cozy spaces in Charter's Harrisburg Parade of Homes this year, you may have a hard time deciding your favorite.
Neutral textures, patterns and colors have dominated the home design scene and our hearts. Pull out your traditional bright orange holiday decor and it may scream a little too loud. This "colorless" palette elevates the sophistication factor in your home.