Thursday, June 9, 2016

The Lancaster Parade of Homes is Back

The Lancaster/Lebanon Parade of Homes has become the biggest home event of the summer and Keystone Custom Homes is eager to be participating again in this year’s festivities. Last year Keystone, the area’s largest locally owned homebuilder, was awarded two “Best in Show” recognitions and hopes to beat that number with this year’s four entries.
Categories are determined by house type (single family home or townhome) and price. More than 20 local homebuilders are participating in this year’s Parade, presented by the Building Industry Association (BIA), to display 41 stunning homes.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Windsor Floor Plan at Mount Airy

At Keystone Custom Homes’ newest community, Mount Airy in Shrewsbury, buyers can choose from a variety of home plans for their new home, priced from the $300,000s and higher. One of the popular plans, the Windsor, provides four bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths.
As Jeff Rutt, president of Keystone Custom Homes, explained, “Buyers should make Mount Airy their new home today! With just five opportunities, these homes will not last long.”

Friday, April 22, 2016

Why Pay For Something When You Can Get It For Free

For a limited time only, Keystone Custom Homes is offering free designer upgrades with their new homes. Contracts written through April 30 will include a gourmet kitchen, a stunning Kennedy fireplace and a luxurious Venetian bath package.
Now is the perfect time to buy the home of your dreams with Keystone, and what better way than to get some of Keystone’s favorite designer upgrades for FREE?
The gourmet kitchen is perfect for entertaining and preparing your favorite meals with its spacious countertops, gleaming wooden cabinets and crown molding. There is even an additional option to upgrade to a gas stovetop, completing this dream kitchen.

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Keystone Custom Homes Introduces New Shrewsbury Community

Apple Tree Court, minutes from Route 83 and Maryland border, is comprised of only seven homesites in this exclusive Southern York County community. Noted as Central Pennsylvania’s largest independent homebuilder, Keystone Custom Homes is excited to announce that only one homesite remains within this quiet enclave of homes, priced from the $320,000s.

Apple Tree Court is still convenient to plenty of dining, shopping and farmers markets while still remaining private and exclusive. Children of this quiet community attend top-rated Southern York County Schools and can enjoy the nearby Spring Valley Park or William Kain Park. 

The builder is offering buyers the opportunity to select from 15 unique Keystone Custom Homes’ floor plans that leave plenty of room for personalization. To explore the many options available, Keystone has many on display at the Design Gallery and at the model home within their Whisper Run community. The Design Gallery is located at 223 Granite Run Drive in Lancaster. To make an appointment, call 717-875-3367.

The model home is located at 115 Surrey Lane in York and can be viewed Monday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Do not miss the opportunity to become a part of this stunning, private community! For more information about Apple Tree Court and other Keystone homes, visit or call online home advisor Barb DiBrito at 717-368-9831.

New Homes Selling in Carroll County from the $390,000s

With homes across Northern Maryland and Central Pennsylvania, Keystone Custom Homes is excited to expand to Hampstead, Maryland with their newest community. Castle Farms is located in Carroll County, a short commute to Westminster or Baltimore. In addition to the local homebuilder’s reputation for high-quality, personalized homes, Keystone is offering special pricing on new contracts. 

Comprised of only 27 homesites, only 14 remain within this exclusive community at Castle Farms. Buyers can select from more than 10 unique floor plans, built to accommodate a number of personally tailored options. Some choices include ranch-style versus two-story or owner’s-suite-on-main, to name a few.

Keystone involves their clients in nearly every aspect of the building process, from selecting cabinetry and flooring details to exterior stone and brick elements. Not to mention the 20-year warranty included in every home.

“We offer thousands of options so each home meets the specific needs of the customer,” said Jeff Rutt, president of Keystone Custom Homes. “Our quality control process is incredibly detailed…it’s all about value.”

Monday, February 29, 2016

Keystone Quick Move-In Homes are Going F-A-S-T

Keystone Custom Homes has a handful of quick move-in homes available NOW from the $210,000s.
Jeff Rutt, CEO of Keystone, explained, "These homes are available at newly reduced pricing and will be gone soon!"
Featuring the Anderson Heritage floor plan, 414 Anderson Street is located in Coatesville, Pennsylvania within Sadsbury Park. This new Chester County home is priced at $277,016 and includes three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths and a two-car rear-entry garage. The spacious kitchen includes a beautiful island that overlooks the family room while the dual-purpose laundry room also functions as a mudroom. Two secondary bedrooms are located on the second level along with the owner’s suite that features an oversized walk-in closet and double vanities. The cabana at the neighborhood pool makes this charming community the perfect place to unwind. Residents also enjoy the neighborhood jogging trails, recreation fields, dog park, playground and more!

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Stay Green and Save Green in 2016 with Keystone Custom Homes

Looking for ways to save green and stay green in 2016? Look no further than an Energy/Plus home from Keystone Custom Homes. These energy-efficient homes, built with loads of money and resource saving technology, offer high-quality and high-performance features.

20 specific features make each Energy/Plus a money and energy saving machine. Low Emittance (Low-E) windows reflect heat and allow natural light to pass through. Also, these windows block harmful UV rays from entering the home. In the summer, the windows will help reflect heat and reduce air