Landmark Homes community in Lebanon hosting open house Feb. 23
If the winter doldrums have you tired of your own four walls, it’s time to get out and explore your options for a new home and a new lifestyle at The Crossings at Sweetbriar, a Landmark Homes 55+ community in the scenic countryside of Lebanon County.
The Crossings at Sweetbriar will host a Cabin Fever Reliever event from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, where you can enjoy a light lunch at the community clubhouse and socialize with current homeowners. Afterward, tour the model home and quick move-in homes, where you’ll be greeted with sweet treats and warm beverages.
The Crossings at Sweetbriar is more than simply a place to buy a beautiful new home. It’s a community all its own, with the clubhouse as its hub.
At once modern and cozy, the 3,588-square-foot clubhouse is the perfect antidote to cabin fever. It includes a gathering room with floor-to-ceiling fireplace, a gaming area with pool table, a wet bar and full-service kitchen for a full-range of social events. The clubhouse also has an activity room, large multipurpose room and a fitness room. The covered porch, perfect for socializing in warmer months, overlooks an outdoor heated, salt water pool.
For those who love the outdoors in any season, the neighborhood has a natural pond, scenic green space, and numerous gazebos along a network of walking trails.
The Crossings at Sweetbriar has become a popular destination, drawing residents from far beyond the county borders with its convenient location and affordable living.
The community is just a short drive from restaurants, shopping, historic sites and the Lebanon Farmer’s Market. It also offers easy access to Hershey attractions and the recreational and cultural activities in Mount Gretna.
A variety of thoughtfully designed new home plans are available, with both one- and two-story designs, open floor plans, designer features and customization options.
For those who can’t stand another minute of cabin fever, The Crossings at Sweetbriar currently has four move-in ready homes available:
The one-story, two-bedroom Hartford, at 935 Snapdragon Court, Lebanon, features a gas fireplace with floor-to-ceiling stone surround; stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, a tile backsplash and a large pantry; a private owner’s suite with large closet, double-bowl vanity and 5-foot shower; a dining room with sliding glass doors that lead to a deck; a two-car garage, and a laundry with built-in lockers. At 1,542 square feet, the Hartford is priced at $299,600.
The one-story, two-bedroom Norton, at 827 Briar Rose Ave., Lebanon, features an open floor plan with a flex room; stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, a tile backsplash and decorative crown molding in the kitchen; a great room with cozy gas fireplace; a dining area with patio access; an owner’s suite with tray ceiling, expansive closet and private bath; and a two-car garage with mudroom entry. At 1,672 square feet, the Norton is priced at $305,900.
The one-story, two-bedroom Northfield, at 809 Briar Rose Ave., Lebanon, features stylish vinyl plank flooring in the foyer, dining area, kitchen and family room; a dining area with sliding-door access to a deck with screened-in porch overlooking a wooded backyard; an open kitchen with stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops and tile backsplash; a gas fireplace with stone surround and shiplap above the mantel; a private owner’s suite with expansive closet, double-bowl vanity and 5-foot shower; a study; and a two-car garage with mudroom entry and built-in lockers. At 1,902 square feet, the Northfield is priced at $346,700.
A one-story, two-bedroom Atworth, currently under construction at 409 Orchid Circle, Lebanon, will feature stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, a tile backsplash, crown molding on cabinets and triple windows in the kitchen; a sunny dining area; a living room with a cathedral ceiling and a gas fireplace featuring stone surround and shiplap to the ceiling; an owner’s suite with private bath and double-bowl vanity; and a two-car garage. At 1,727 square feet, the Atworth is priced at $309,800.
The Crossings at Sweetbriar is located in the Cornwall-Lebanon School District. The community has public utilities and gas heat, and residents own their own land. A homeowner’s association fee of $60 per month covers use and maintenance of the clubhouse, as well as maintenance of green space.
To RSVP for the Feb. 23 event, call community sales manager Mollie Bering at 717-639-4449 or email MollieB@OwnALandmark.com by Feb. 18.
Regular community open house hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
Directions from Lancaster: Take Route 501 north to Route 897 north. Turn right on Prescott Road, travel five miles, then turn left on East Kercher Avenue and left on Mount Zion Road. Community will be on the right.