A river runs through the east and west shores splitting in two the different lifestyle opportunities in Central Pennsylvania. Depending how you want to live, Charter has three great locations in this year's Harrisburg Parade of Homes happening September 26th through October 4th which may make the decision even more difficult!
Walk into a Charter home and you may just "oooh" and "ahhh" at the grand space before you because you have opened the door to a lot of choices when you live with character. Your foyer may blend seamlessly into the rest of the wide open home or it may make a statement like these entryways from some of your favorite Charter home designs.
Drive down Picket Street in Hempfield Township's Veranda and you'll see a lot of activity with the final three Dillon designs being built. There's so much to love with these homes that we couldn't wait until they were finished to give you a sneak peek!
The annual block party at the Charter neighborhood of Spring Hill in Harrisburg just keeps on getting better and better! According to our Neighborhood Sales Manager, this year's crowd clocks in at about 100 saying "It's always a great party with games, food and great neighbors."
The thousands of trees found in the landscape and the winding streets of Charter neighborhoods are not only breathtaking, but tell the story of the land of The Great American Neighborhood.® Preserved and planted trees are carefully placed and randomly scattered to soften the hardscapes and connect the homes to the neighborhood creating a beautiful backdrop that feels as though it's been that way since time began.
When you step into Arcona, Charter's newest Great American Neighborhood in Mechanicsburg, it feels more like a quaint, small town where you have choices. From tucked-away, single-family homes in Highpoint Arcona, to the more active town home life in downtown Crossroads, you decide how you want to live.
Before you jump in your car this Labor Day and head nowhere fast in bumper-to-bumper traffic, think about it. Do you really want to hear "are we there yet" endless times or do you want to relax and love the three-day weekend at home? A little planning and imagination will keep everyone happy including the kids. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
Over the last few weeks, Charter Homes & Neighborhoods has been named to two prestigious growth lists: Central Penn Business Journal's Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies in Pennsylvania and Inc. Magazine's Annual List of America's Fastest-Growing Private Companies - the Inc. 5000.
If you were away and didn't get the chance to flip the pages of The Patriot-News this past Sunday, you would have missed, "Luxury townhome neighborhood offers coziness, convenience." Charter's very own Towns at Meridian was featured as the Community of the Week! (Cue the applause)!
Surprise! You may be looking for a larger home in retirement. What??? Seems that the empty nest is getting full again as people are looking for not only a larger home, but one that has the right configuration for other family members to live comfortably with them.
Walk into the Porter in the Springwood neighborhood in York and you will be blown away by the size of this home. With 2,500+ square feet, you'll immediately feel the space. Charter designs every home with more windows that are larger in size, giving you more light that shines in and adds to the spacious feel of the home.
You won't be sacrificing a thing when you choose to live The Charter Way™ in Mechanicsburg, PA, with choices to fit your budget and your lifestyle. Why settle for less when you can have more on the West Shore? The only dilemma will be deciding on which of these neighborhoods is for you!
Charter's Millcreek neighborhood in West Lampeter Township is full of character with wide, winding sidewalks, interesting hilly streets and beautiful landscaping that has come from many years of green growth.
One of the many benefits to living in Charter's Florin Hill neighborhood is location. Florin Hill, located in downtown Mount Joy, sits just a few miles off of Route 283 in between Lancaster, Hershey and Harrisburg.