Thursday, August 22, 2013

Pennsylvania Builder Expands Reach to Berks County

Central Pennsylvania's largest locally owned home builder is expanding their reach into yet another desirable area of the state. Keystone Custom Homes recently opened two new communities, Middle Creek Farms and Buckingham Preserve, in Berks County.

Middle Creek Farms offers beautiful new homes in Oley priced from the $230,000s. These Keystone Custom homes are located near Route 422, King of Prussia and Reading, and children will receive a top-notch education from the Oley Valley School District.

Also located in Berks County is Buckingham Preserve in Douglasville. These single-family homes priced from the $190,000s are minutes from Route 422, which makes commuting to French Creek state park and King of Prussia easy. Students residing in these new homes attend schools in the award-winning Daniel Boone School District.

Homes in booth communities come in a variety of floor plans including the Augusta, Emerson, Ethan, Oxford, Mansfield and Windsor. Features and finishes of many of these homes from Keystone Custom Homes include spacious family rooms, chef's kitchens with large islands and eat-in breakfast areas, master on the main or master up plans, master bathrooms with garden tubs and dual sinks and spacious secondary bedrooms with walk-in closets.

Keystone Custom Homes also plans to open a third Berks County community, Penn Hills, in the near future.

Be sure to tour the new model home at Buckingham Preserve to learn more about these new homes in Berks County. The model home is open Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. To schedule an appointment, please call Barb DiBrito at 717-368-9831.

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