Landmark Homes neighborhood in East Cocalico Township offers spacious lots and many design options, plus easy access to major travel routes
Homebuyers who want the open space and solitude of country living without giving up the convenience of life in town need look no further than Stoney Pointe.
The Landmark Homes community, in northeast Lancaster County’s East Cocalico Township, offers peaceful wooded vistas and large, one-third-acre lots just minutes from the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Route 222 and Adamstown, one of the nation’s top antiquing destinations.
Now in its second phase, Stoney Pointe will have a total of 53 homes when complete. There are currently 30 homesites remaining.
And with 16 different floor plans to choose from, featuring both one- and two-story designs and first- and second-floor master suites, buyers have a multitude of options for customizing a home to perfectly fit their lifestyle.
But for those who want the convenience of a move-in-ready home, Stoney Pointe has that, too.
The model home, a Chesapeake floor plan with Arts and Crafts-style exterior, four bedrooms and two and a half baths, is currently available for sale. Priced at $319,900, the home includes 2,586 square feet of living space.
The open floor plan features 9-foot ceilings on the first floor and a two-story foyer.
The heart of the home is the kitchen, which opens into a dining area and cozy great room with gas fireplace. The kitchen features 36- and 42-inch staggered kitchen cabinets, a built-in pantry, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. An island offers additional space for working and gathering.
The first floor also includes a study with double glass doors, formal living room and formal dining room with Craftsman-style wainscoting and extra-wide window sills.
The side-load garage enters conveniently into a mudroom with locker-style storage, spacious closet and powder room.
Upstairs, the master suite features a truncated ceiling and walk-in closet with pocket door. The master bath includes a 5-foot shower with seat and double-bowl vanity.
The upstairs also has three additional bedrooms (one with walk-in closet), a second full bath, laundry room and double linen closet.
Stoney Pointe has natural gas and public water and sewer. The community also has sidewalks and streetlights for easy neighborhood walking.
And soon, residents will have something to walk to: a 3-acre park built by East Cocalico Township. Plans call for the park to include a playground, as well as areas for soccer, basketball and bocce.
Buyers interested in Stoney Pointe or any other Landmark Homes community have additional incentive to act soon. With every contract signed by April 30, Landmark will include a $2,000 gift certificate for Bowman Stove and Patio in Ephrata.
Stoney Pointe is in the Cocalico School District. For more information, call 733-1536.
Note: Since this story was written, the model home at Stoney Pointe was sold. Landmark Homes will hold its open house from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at the model home in its Morganshire community, 129 Royal Horse Way, Reinholds.
Directions to Morganshire from Lancaster: Take Route 222 North to the Denver/Pennsylvania Turnpike exit. Turn left on Colonel Howard Boulevard, then right onto Route 272 North. At the light, turn left onto Route 897 North, left onto Smokestown Road, then right onto Royal Horse Way.