Traditions of America has Your Passport to Living Better

There’s a reason Traditions of America at Lititz calls its upcoming open house Your Passport to Living Better.
While the Nov. 4 event will offer the perfect opportunity to view the scenic final phase of this 55-plus community in America’s Coolest Small Town, visitors can expect so much more.
“We’re all about the experience,” says Jay Goldberg, Vice President of Marketing. “That’s what we try to create in terms of the lifestyle we deliver.”
In addition to its award-winning customizable Single Family and Garden Homes, Traditions offers a low-maintenance lifestyle that includes a variety of resort-style amenities. Outdoors, homeowners can enjoy Tennis/Pickle Ball Courts, a putting green, horseshoes and bocce ball, a paved walking path and a park complete with a gazebo, benches and a fountain. An 8,000-square-foot Clubhouse, the hub of the community, features a gathering room with fireplace, Fitness Center, Yoga Studio, Massage Room, Saunas, a Sports Bar & Lounge tended by homeowners, a Library/Gaming Room, Full Kitchen, Dining Room and Club Room.
On Nov. 4, visitors can get a taste of the lifestyle at Traditions of America at Lititz through a variety of activities. Tour the Clubhouse with homeowners, and enjoy a cutlery use demonstration and a beer tasting courtesy of Mad Chef Craft Brewing. Learn about home customization and the latest in kitchen design at the community’s Design Studio. Meet representatives of Traditions of America’s preferred lenders, loanDepot and Wells Fargo, during a visit to the community’s Model Homes.
The day also will include a Buying Made Easy seminar, where visitors can learn about a contingency program that ensures a buyer will never end up owning two homes at the same time.
“We actually will help people sell their present home to be able to purchase a home from us,” Goldberg says. “It signifies how easy we make it for people to purchase a home from Traditions of America and move into one of our communities.”
This summer, Traditions of America at Lititz unveiled its fifth and final phase, a total of 88 lots on a ridge overlooking the surrounding countryside. Nearly a third of the lots in the new phase has already been sold, Goldberg says, but visitors on Nov. 4 will have the opportunity to tour the many scenic options that remain.
“We’ll have transportation setup to get them to all the lots,” he says. “It gives people an opportunity to really see the piece of land we’re marketing prior to any homes being built. It’s really cool.”
Visitors will also receive a passport that they can get stamped at each activity they attend. Passports will be entered into a drawing to receive a weekend stay at the Traditions of America at Lititz guest home, where the winner will be treated to dinner and receive tickets to a show. They will also get a suitcase filled with items they can use during their stay.
“They will get a taste of the lifestyle and a taste of living in Lancaster County,” Goldberg says.
Your Passport to Living Better will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4. Goldberg notes the date was chosen with Penn State football fans in mind. The Nittany Lions will play Michigan State in a nationally televised game at a time yet to be determined. “We’re pretty confident it will not be a 12:30 game,” he says, meaning there will be plenty of time to enjoy a visit to Traditions of America at Lititz before kickoff.
“It should be a fun day,” he says.
To RSVP for the event, visit TraditionsOfAmerica.com/LZ-Lancaster or call 717-626-0327.
You can also call to schedule a personal tour of the new home sites any time. The Welcome Center is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (6 p.m. DST).
Directions from Lancaster: Take Route 501 North, then turn left on Millport Road. Community is on the right.