A New Definition in Retirement
Home Towne Square Clubhouse"...many of today's so-called "senior citizens" are staying as active as ever and living the way they're accustomed to - independently, in their own homes. Home Towne Square, built by Lancaster County-based Landmark Homes, is a perfect example. It's a 55-plus community that looks like suburban enclaves all over America."
Home Towne Square was recently featured in Harrisburg Magazine, in an article highlighting the changing trends in active adult retirement communities and the ways in which Home Towne's amenities, character, unique homes, and residents create the ideal environment for today's active adults.
"This is a very active community," says Barbara Glass, 61, who moved into the neighborhood with her husband, Allen, 71, in March 2012. The development, for example, has walking trails for nice-weather strolls, room to bicycle. Plus, anchoring Phase One of what will eventually be a 300-home neighborhood, is the community center.
Thursday February 7, 2013
The Team at Landmark Homes
Sweetbriar Dusty Shoe Tour Event
Landmark Homes is bringing another exciting new 55+ community to the Susquehanna Valley. Landmark—renowned for distinctive home designs, desirable locations and a variety of on and off site amenities—is pleased to present The Crossings at Sweetbriar, located just outside of Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Sweetbriar will feature traditional and timeless, yet fresh, single-family homes offering both one- and two-story designs. In addition to the well-crafted stylish homes, many are attracted to the low taxes and cost of living in Lebanon County, which are substantially less than communities located in the surrounding states.
Sweetbriar is a great place to live while you enjoy all that Central Pennsylvania has to offer. Lebanon County is centrally located—only minutes from Hershey, while Harrisburg, Lancaster and Reading are within a 45-minute drive. This exciting community is the ideal place to enjoy life to the fullest. Sweetbriar offers fantastic views of the countryside, ample amenities, and a pedestrian style neighborhood. Here you will experience distinctive architectural styling, open floor plans and multi-functional living spaces. These homes also offer bonus rooms, first-floor owner's suites, inviting front porches, generous storage areas, and designer detailing.
From the design of the neighborhood, to the wonderfully crafted new homes, The Crossings at Sweetbriar must be seen to be appreciated. Your new home in Sweetbriar will be close enough to enjoy all of the conveniences of Central Pennsylvania, and yet just far enough away to enjoy the relaxing sounds of nature. Best of all, Landmark 55+ communities are a great place to make new friends.
Plan a visit to Sweetbriar on Saturday, April 6th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to discover all the exciting details about this new up-and-coming Landmark 55+ Community. With only 50 home-sites available in the first phase, they won't last long. Mark your calendar and reserve your home-site on April 6, 2013.
On February 9, 2013 from 1 - 4p.m., Landmark Homes will hold a Chocolate for Charity event, where families will be welcome to stop in and enjoy delicious chocolate samples, watch live cooking and decorating demonstrations, and enter to win various giveaways. The event will be held at the new community center in Landmark's Home Towne Square community in Ephrata, where the designer decorated model home will also be open for touring.
Awards were presented by the HBA of Metro Harrisburg for its Parade event on Thursday, September 20 and Landmarks’ four participating homes won 13 awards including the Grand Award – The Fulton Award – in the multi-family category.