Ready-now home with award-winning floor plan awaits in this conveniently located Manheim Township neighborhood
Much of the spotlight this week has been on the little piece of sports history being made at the Lancaster Country Club with the playing of the 70th U.S. Women’s Open.
But just down the road is a neighborhood steeped in its own history — and conveniently located a short drive from Lancaster’s bustling downtown, major traveling routes and other county attractions.
Grandview, The Great American Neighborhood® in Manheim Township by Charter Homes & Neighborhoods, is close to wherever you want to be in Lancaster County. But with its winding sidewalks, welcoming front porches and preserved open spaces, it’s as peaceful as a stroll to the 18th green.
That’s because it was built with the story of the land in mind.
Grandview sits on the site of the former Gammache family farm and adjacent to the iconic Grandview Heights neighborhood just north of New Holland Avenue — a special suburban-living destination for decades known for its brick homes, sidewalks, canopies of trees and sense of community.
Charter’s Grandview aims to become a destination — and a story — all its own.
When complete, Grandview will include a total of 55 single-family homes from the low $300’s — all created to blend the charm of the older Grandview Heights neighborhood with more updated amenities.
Becoming part of the story of Grandview is even easier with the ready-now home at 1154 Edgemoor Court. Charter has already done the work, creating a home with finishes and fixtures expertly chosen by the award-winning CharterColors™ designer.
Featuring the Alexandria floor plan, the same as Charter’s 2014 Parade of Homes winner, the two-story home includes four bedrooms and three and a half baths.
Among the highlights are an upgraded kitchen with subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, matte granite countertops and an extra-long island with bar seating and storage.
The kitchen overlooks a great room with gas fireplace and Charter’s trademark wall of windows.
The first floor also includes a living room, dining room, study and mudroom/laundry with built-in storage and cabinetry.
Upstairs, the owner’s retreat includes a master bath with soaking tub, tile shower and double-vanity, as well as two walk-in closets. A second upstairs bedroom has its own bath, and two additional bedrooms — each with walk-in closets — share a third bath.
Like all of Charter’s homes, the Alexandria showcases the LivingDesign™ principles — open interior spaces, natural light, artfully designed sight lines and a sense of timelessness — that deliver character in every home Charter builds.
At just over 3,500 square feet, the Alexandria is priced at $549,990.
Grandview is located in the Manheim Township School District. To schedule a showing of the Alexandria or a tour of Grandview, call 800-325-3030 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To explore all the possibilities of building your own home in Grandview, visit the neighborhood home store from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday through Tuesday.
Directions from Lancaster: Take New Holland Pike to Pleasure Road. Turn left on Pleasure Road. Neighborhood is on the right.