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Amazing Incentives! The Village at Springbrook Farms Carriage Homes

attractive new carriage ho,e in the Village at Springbrook FarmsIf you’ve been waiting for a spectacular incentive to purchase a brand new home, look no further. Our limited time incentive at The Village at Springbrook Farms Carriage Homes are certain to chase away the winter blahs—despite Punxsutawney Phil’s prediction!

This centrally-located community is located in Campbelltown with easy access to Hershey, Harrisburg, Lancaster and the PA Turnpike. Best of all, our inviting and generously-sized floor plans are available for $5,000 or $10,000 off base price, with several offering $5,000 in free options. Sound good?

Welcome Builder EGStoltfus Homes to the Village at Springbrook Farms, Carriage Homes

interior of new home framing with words coming soonWe are pleased to announce that EGStoltzfus homes, a well-known and award winning builder is now part of the Village at Springbrook Farms, Carriage Homes. We have two new plans available, the Kensington and the Prescott. Both offer first floor master suites with a sunroom/den and a two car garage. Reserve your homesite now at this centrally located community in the quaint village of Campbelltown.

Presenting Two New Carriage Home Designs with Flexibility

Rendering of Appaloosa Model Carriage Home at the Village at Springbrook FarmsThe trend of homes with first floor master suites continues to flourish as baby boomers move into their fifties and sixties, and look for comfort combined with the convenience of “aging in place.” Often as homeowners mature, steps to an upper level can become problematic for mobility. In the past, this was the defining factor for buyers who sought first floor accommodations, but lifestyle changes have altered that view.

Today, it isn’t just mobility that makes the first floor master suite such an attractive option, but also the effortless flow of living space.

Palmyra Age-Targeted Communities

Mature African American Couple Using Digital Tablet At HomeAs the baby boomers move into their fifties and sixties, many of them will want a change of scenery as far as their housing is concerned. They are not necessarily looking to “downsize”, but looking to limit the amount of home maintenance necessary. They want flexibility in their lives without having to cut grass, shovel snow, or do other necessary exterior maintenance. They want to be able to come and go as they please.