Prime location, demand for luxury propel Lititz Reserve

Award-winning townhome community in ‘America’s Coolest Small Town’ credits premier location paired with luxury features for much of its success

Located at Sixth Street and Kissel Hill Road, the newly constructed townhome community of Lititz Reserve sits adjacent to the Lititz Public Library, just blocks from the heart of downtown Lititz.
While within walking distance of historical downtown shops, restaurants, parks and attractions, Lititz Reserve feels like it is off the beaten path, with abundant open space and country-like atmosphere.
“You won’t find a more unique place to live in Lititz,” said Jordan Moyer of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, the exclusive Realtor of Lititz Reserve. “People love this location and the luxury features being offered here by EG Stoltzfus. It’s unlike any other townhome community in the county.”
Homebuyers seem to agree. Within only two years of opening their doors, Phases 1 and 2 of Lititz Reserve are completely built out. Phase 3, which launched in the fall, was also met with very strong demand, and is selling quickly. Phase 4 will be opening this spring, according to Moyer.
EG Stoltzfus Homes, a building industry leader, is the exclusive builder in Lititz Reserve. The company has earned a quality reputation and many industry awards over the past 45 years of homebuilding in and around Lancaster County.
The luxury townhome designs at Lititz Reserve are showcased by a unique blend of stone and maintenance-free vinyl sided exteriors, open floor plans, and top-quality workmanship.
Standard features include: first-floor master bedrooms, two-car garages, 9-foot main-floor ceilings, natural gas heat, and central air conditioning. A covered front porch and private patio also come standard.
Every home has a first-floor master suite with full bathroom and a walk-in closet, as well as a first-floor laundry room. Also included are a hardwood foyer, granite kitchen countertops with island, ceramic tile backsplash, raised panel cabinetry, undermount stainless steel sink, recessed lights in the kitchen and GE appliances.
The four floor plans available are The Addison, The Clairmont, The Bedford I and The Bedford II.
The Addison is a one-story end unit with two bedrooms and two full baths. The 1,515-square-foot floor plan is highlighted by an open kitchen, living room and separate dining area.
The Clairmont, also a one-story, is 1,480 square feet, with two bedrooms and two full baths. It is an interior unit that is similar to the Addison in layout.
The Bedford I and II are identical in layout, but offer different front elevations. The two-story floor plan is 1,746 square feet, with three bedrooms, 2 ½ baths and a very large open family room. Master bedroom suite and laundry room are on the first floor.
Base prices start in the mid-$200s.
Many custom options are available, such as full basements and four-season sunrooms. Homes with and without basements are currently under construction, with a limited number of daylight basements as well, Moyer said.
Community features include: spacious common areas, pocket parks, pristine landscaping, street lights, sidewalks and future walking trails that will connect to the Lititz rails-to-trails system.
The homeowners association fee is $79 per month and covers lawn care, snow removal, landscaping maintenance, and roof and siding care.
Three furnished model homes are open to tour on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 4 pm. These professionally decorated models are a must-see for anyone in the market for housing.
More information about Lititz Reserve, including picture galleries, contact information and a comprehensive list of features can be found online at www.LititzReserve.com.
Directions: Take Route 501 North into Lititz. Turn right on Sixth Street and proceed three blocks to Lititz Reserve, adjacent to Lititz Public Library, 651 Kissel Hill Road, Lititz.