Charter Homes & Neighborhoods community now in its final phase
Summer weather is still in full swing, but it won’t be long before thoughts turn to raking leaves and shoveling snow.
If home maintenance chores are keeping you from doing the things you really want to do, it may be time to consider “right sizing” — finding the home that best fits your personal needs while focusing on the quality of well-designed space, rather than the quantity.
Right-sizing is the philosophy behind Charter Homes & Neighborhoods’ Heritage Strasburg, a 55-plus Charter Active Living™ neighborhood.
Although Heritage Strasburg emphasizes first-floor living, several of the available floor plans offer a second-story option for those who want additional space.
Designed with an active lifestyle in mind, the neighborhood’s maintenance-free living simply means homeowners spend less time on upkeep and more time on things they really want to do.
Now in its final phase, the neighborhood of 106 home sites just off Route 896 offers homeowners peaceful farmland vistas and a relaxing outdoor park.
Aesthetically, Heritage Strasburg is designed to mirror the intimate scale and architecture of Strasburg’s nearby Main Street, which is just a short walk or bike ride away via the neighborhood walking path. There you can stroll through town enjoying a collection of cafes, galleries, ice cream shops, boutiques and restaurants.
If you’re in the mood for a little more hustle and bustle, the shopping outlets and entertainment venues along Route 30 are just a short drive away.
Time is running out to own a home in Heritage Strasburg, but two ready-now homes are available that could have you enjoying maintenance-free living this fall, before the first snowflake falls.
The first home, at 645 Old Post Lane, Strasburg, is scheduled for completion this month.
The three-bedroom, two-bath home features first-floor living with a large owner’s retreat that includes a full bath and walk-in closet.
The first floor opens to a great room leading to a bright and open kitchen and breakfast area. A second and third bedroom/study are tucked away.
The home also has an attached two-car garage.
Additional features include hardwood flooring, a private back patio and front porch.
At 1,345 square feet, the home is priced at $245,990.
The second home, at 635 Old Post Lane, is scheduled for completion Nov. 1. It also features three bedrooms and two baths, including a generous owner’s retreat.
The open floor plan also includes a kitchen/breakfast area with upgraded cabinetry and granite countertops and a great room with gas fireplace.
The home also has hardwood flooring and a two-car garage.
At 1,345 square feet, the home is priced at $266,990.
For those who want to build from scratch, there are six floor plans available and a few home sites remaining.
All homes in Heritage Strasburg have natural gas heating. A homeowner’s association fee covers all exterior maintenance, including mowing and snow removal.
For more information on Heritage Strasburg or the ready-now home, visit the neighborhood home store at 205 McCarter Lane from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday through Tuesday, or call 1-800-325-3030 to schedule a tour.
Heritage Strasburg is in the Lampeter-Strasburg School District.
Directions from Lancaster: Take Route 30 East to Route 896 South. Continue on Route 896 South for 3 miles. Turn left on Historic Lane, then make the third right onto McCarter Lane. The model home is on the left.