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Contents

FALL 2014

COVER STORY

37 Parade of Homes

8 Expert Advice

All Bubbles Are NOT Created Equal

10 Retirement Planning

A Home For Your Retirement: How Do You Decide?

14 Get the Facts

• Remodeling: •

Cost vs. Value Analysis Neighborhood Snapshot

18 A Buyers’ Market

Top 5 Reasons Why Millennials Should Enter the Housing Market Now

24 Green Ideas

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Awareness Month

26 Tips on Saving Money

28 Tips & Trends

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Doing Outdoor Maintenance Chores This Fall Principles of Design

37 (P1) Parade of Homes

• Complete Showguide

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Letter From the President


Central Keystone Living Magazine is owned by the Harrisburg Builders Association.

Letter From the President

PRESIDENT

Robert Fisher, R. J. Fisher & Associates

VICE PRESIDENT

Karen Jordan, Triple Crown Corporation

ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT

Wayne Keech, Affiliate Settlement Services

TREASURER

Judi Rineer, Acting, Boyd Wilson

SECRETARY

Steve Cook, UGI

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT AND COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE Craig Deimler, GCD Construction, Inc.

BUILDER/REMODELER DIRECTORS Russ Goodling, Russell Goodling Construction Sherry Krodel, Home Time Renovations, LLC Terry Loughran, Brindlewood Builders Bobbie Van Buskirk, AP Williams, Inc.

ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS Ann Marie Haggerty, Jack Gaughen Bill Pierce, Fulton Bank Jim Pigott, Pigott Agency Jim Rhoads, Swartz Supply

LEGAL COUNCIL

James Clippinger, Caldwell & Kerns

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT

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’m delighted to introduce to you our new magazine. The Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Harrisburg has nearly 500 members who are a wealth of knowledge in the local industry. Central Keystone Living is here to share their expert tips and plenty of useful ideas in every area of home building, renovation, design, maintenance, ownership and rentals. As readers, you can write to us with your questions, and we’ll have experts answer them in our next quarterly issue! Articles will cover new trends and timeless winners in building design, home décor, outdoor living and more, all with a focus in Central Pennsylvania. This inaugural issue comes to you with a very special feature in its centerfold—the 2014 PA Parade of Homes show guide. We felt this was a great way to make a big debut. Check out the homes that will be free to tour within Dauphin, Cumberland and Perry counties September 27th through October 5th. Share us with a friend and be sure to keep an eye out in early December for our second issue. Enjoy!

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Linda McMasters, Linda@HarrisburgBuilders.com

DIRECTOR OF MEMBER SERVICES

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DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS/ PUBLIC RELATIONS

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Expert Advice

ALL BUBBLES

Are NOT Created Equal

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n early 2000, the S&P 500 hit 1,553 and the tech-heavy NASDAQ surpassed 5,000. Two years later the S&P was at 768 and the NASDAQ was at 800! In the process, $6 trillion in household wealth was wiped out. We now call that period the dot-com bubble. About half a decade later, we experienced the housing market bubble. Interestingly, the value of residential real estate destroyed during that crisis was also about $6 trillion. Yet the dot-com bubble resulted in a mild recession while the housing bust lead to the Great Recession. What was different? It turns out a major culprit was which households suffered the destruction of wealth.

To set the table, ponder this: During the housing bust, retail spending fell 8% from 2007 to 2009, one of the largest drops ever. By contrast, retail spending increased by 5% between 2000 and 2002. Clearly, the losses sustained during the dot-com bust had minimal impacts on household spending decisions and thus on the overall economy. Here is why.

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The decline in home prices that began in 2007 was highly concentrated among households with very limited financial resources. As a result, these now much-poorer households dramatically pulled back on spending and in the process unwittingly helped usher in the Great Recession. Remember, retail spending is about a quarter of GDP, so a decline of 8% over two years reduces GDP by 2%—a huge amount. It is as if these poorer households were the transmission mechanism through which the Great Recession got its energy.


Exacerbating and reinforcing this downward spiral was the role of debt or leverage. Remember, by 2004 or 2005 a large percentage of first-time home buyers had low FICO scores, sketchy employment histories and limited assets. To compensate, these Alt-A and subprime buyers borrowed heavily with their now highly levered house being their major financial asset. For example, among the poorest quintile of the population, 80% of their net worth is in their house. Even among the middle quintile, home equity is still 60% of their net worth. By borrowing so much, just a small decline in house prices could put these buyers upside down and wipe them out. Which is exactly what happened and is what turned a recession into the Great Recession. Between 2007 and 2010 the bottom 20% of the population saw their net worth fall from about $30,000 to zero. By contrast, the financial losses sustained during the dot-com bubble were essentially walled off and had relatively little effect on the overall economy. This is because stock ownership is concentrated among the wealthy. As the wealthy have less debt and more assets, they could essentially shrug off the much larger financial losses they sustained yet not have them alter their day-to-day spending decisions. Among the wealthiest 20% of the population, home equity represents just 25% of their net worth. Moreover, depression-era federal laws make it hard to borrow more than 50% of the cost of stock purchases, thereby limiting the potentially negative role of leverage. In short, the home buyers who bought in 2004 and 2005 had limited wealth and had more of it at risk than earlier home buyers. When the music stopped they were highly levered and wholly unable to protect themselves. That quickly resulted in (among other things) reduced spending, which shrank GDP and quickly cascaded into the Great Recession. Elliot Eisenberg, Ph.D., is President of GraphsandLaughs, LLC and can be reached at Elliot@ graphsandlaughs.net. His daily 70 word economics and policy blog can be seen at www.econ70.com.

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Retirement Planning

A Home for Your Retirement: How Do You Decide?

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embers of the baby boom generation are now moving into their 60s and approaching retirement—a process that brings with it a host of confusing choices and decisions. For many, the first question is often, “Where will I live when I retire?”

Most healthy retirees begin by taking some time to study their options and make a plan. Here are some of the many options.

1. Stay where you are. People who love their home, their neighborhood and their friends may decide to stay—at least, until there’s a good reason to move. But it’s important to be realistic. A big family home can become a burden to its residents as they age. But many empty nesters have hired expert remodelers to adapt their home to make it easy to use and maintain. Stairs often become a problem, but moving the master bedroom and the laundry room to the ground floor can be part of a solution that gives such retirees many more years in the home they love. 2. Downsize. If the current home isn’t easily adaptable, it may make sense to look around for a smaller, newer home—one designed to be easy to live in and take care of. Many retirees look for such homes in one of the two varieties of age-restricted communities: those where most residents are age 55 or older, or those where everyone is 62 or older. And other suitable homes can be found in all-age communities. And don’t forget apartment or condo living—a perfect option for retirees who don’t want to worry about home maintenance, or who plan to spend a lot of time traveling. Continued on page 13 10

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Retirement Planning Continued…

3. Stay nearby, move to an area near adult children and grandchildren or head for a better climate. Research shows that most retirees who move prefer to stay nearby, either in the same town, the same county or the same state. But others look at the move as a liberating opportunity to do something completely different. Some even retire to another country, where the cost of living is lower. Younger retirees often consider moving to communities that focus on an active lifestyle, with enhanced opportunities for continuing education, cultural events or physical fitness programs that foster continuing wellness. In the past, people looked to the sunny Southern states for such communities. But these days, smart builders are locating such active-adult communities even in Northern states. 4. Plan for a smooth transition. Another choice for those who like to plan ahead is a community that offers many living situations. Most have independent cottages or apartments for active younger

residents, assisted living options for residents who need some help, and skilled nursing care for residents who become frail or ill. In such a community, a resident can move from one to another with a minimum of disruption. Today’s builders and developers know that while there are 40 million people currently 60 and older in the U.S., there will be about 56 million by 2025. Many of them will find a contractor to help them remain in their homes by looking at the National Association of Home Builders’ directory of builders who are Certified Aging in Place Specialists— nahb.org/CAPS. Or, to learn more about award-winning new communities, take a look at the Gold and Silver winners of the 2014 Best of 50+ Housing Awards—nahb.org/50PlusAwards. The residential building community is committed to creating great home choices for those baby boomers—and their friends and families. If you want to learn more, contact your local home builders association or visit nahb.org. 4.25x5.5_MA_QuarterPage 8/1/14

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Get the Facts

REMODELING:

Cost vs. Value Analysis

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hinking about remodeling? Questioning how it will factor into your home’s resale value? Find out the average rates for your particular addition or upgrade according to the Remodeling 2013 Cost vs. Value Report (www.costvsvalue.com). The following chart was compiled to help educate you on what to expect when planning a remodel, with estimates specific to your area.

Š 2013 Hanley Wood, LLC. Complete data from the Remodeling 2013 Cost vs. Value Report can be downloaded free at www.costvsvalue.com.

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Get the Facts

NEIGHBORHOOD SNAPSHOT…

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e think housing activity statistics provide a nice glimpse of neighborhood trends. It’s great to see where your home fits within the range of homes being bought in your community, and how many days those homes were on the market. It’s a perfect tool if you’ve thought about selling or buying. Hence, we teamed up with the Greater Harrisburg Association of Realtors to bring you a snapshot of the regional housing statistics of the areas surrounding Metropolitan Harrisburg.

You may be pleasantly surprised by the overview. We invite you to contact your local Realtors Association should you require any additional information on buying or selling your home.

Residential Housing Statistics Monthly Quick Sheet, July 2014

Central Penn Multi-List, Inc. Coverage Area

Cumberland County

Month/Year

Units Sold

Median Price

Average Price

Average Days on Market

Month/Year

Units Sold

Median Price

Average Price

Average Days on Market

July 2008

827

$168,000

$193,978

68

July 2008

295

$185,000

$212,726

60

July 2009

779

$169,900

$190,413

80

July 2009

263

$189,000

$209,372

72

July 2010

461

$167,900

$191,097

95

July 2010

168

$184,450

$221,514

88

July 2011

637

$159,000

$185,200

111

July 2011

216

$174,200

$212,617

104

July 2012

723

$166,000

$185,935

103

July 2012

270

$179,900

$209,213

99

July 2013

758

$166,500

$190,096

91

July 2013

293

$180,000

$211,637

84

July 2014

762

$164,000

$188,283

82

July 2014

283

$178,650

$210,295

73

Dauphin County

Perry County

Month/Year

Units Sold

Median Price

Average Price

Average Days on Market

Month/Year

Units Sold

Median Price

Average Price

Average Days on Market

July 2008

293

$146,900

$179,241

68

July 2008

24

$149,250

$185,977

104

July 2009

292

$155,500

$172,628

70

July 2009

36

$142,450

$157,458

66

July 2010

171

$159,000

$171,952

96

July 2010

21

$100,000

$116,419

101

July 2011

229

$152,000

$174,108

112

July 2011

18

$135,950

$133,333

124

July 2012

224

$155,000

$180,651

100

July 2012

24

$152,500

$151,968

107

July 2013

227

$154,500

$175,870

95

July 2013

30

$149,450

$164,266

110

July 2014

248

$151,500

$172,598

86

July 2014

34

$173,500

$183,776

77

*Statistics provided by the Central Penn Multi-List, Inc. The Central Penn Multi-List, Inc., cover Cumberland, Dauphin, Perry, and portions of other counties, including northern York County.

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Residential Housing Sales

Chart content provided by the Greater Harrisburg Association of Realtors®, and the Central Penn Multi-List, Inc.

By Price Points, July 2014

$199,999 and less

$200,000 – $299,999

Month/Year

Units Sold

Median Price

Average Price

Average Days on Market

Month/Year

Units Sold

Median Price

Average Price

Average Days on Market

July 2008

540

$140,000

$129,879

62

July 2008

193

$240,000

$243,477

80

July 2009

503

$142,000

$134,951

72

July 2009

196

$242,100

$244,102

92

July 2010

300

$139,900

$125,736

85

July 2010

98

$242,000

$245,933

115

July 2011

442

$134,900

$126,267

108

July 2011

269

$243,750

$245,689

119

July 2012

477

$135,000

$125,392

105

July 2012

156

$238,668

$239,490

103

July 2013

482

$134,650

$124,350

93

July 2013

178

$245,000

$245,855

101

July 2014

504

$134,000

$125,706

87

July 2014

163

$245,000

$246,471

67

$300,000 – $399,999

$400,000 and more

Month/Year

Units Sold

Median Price

Average Price

Average Days on Market

Month/Year

Units Sold

Median Price

Average Price

Average Days on Market

July 2008

53

$348,000

$343,533

91

July 2008

41

$541,000

$611,888

65

July 2009

52

$334,781

$345,340

82

July 2009

28

$469,500

$523,194

133

July 2010

40

$340,000

$340,182

123

July 2010

23

$442,244

$550,719

98

July 2011

33

$335,000

$336,646

98

July 2011

32

$514,500

$587,093

114

July 2012

57

$334,500

$338,277

84

July 2012

33

$485,000

$544,759

110

July 2013

57

$347,500

$345,070

41

July 2013

41

$465,000

$505,472

106

July 2014

53

$346,500

$343,471

91

July 2014

42

$493,425

$517,561

65

DEFINITIONS • Units Sold: number of properties that settled in the month • Median Price: half of all settled properties priced higher, half lower

• Average Price: average sale price of all properties sold in month • Days on Market: average number of days sold properties were on market

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A Buyers’ Market

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TOP

Reasons Why Millennials Should Enter the Housing Market Now

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ith the economy and housing market still recovering, some potential first-time home buyers may be hesitant to invest in a new home. Yet there are several reasons why now is a great time for Millennials and other firsttime home buyers to start building their American Dream. Continued on page 20 HarrisburgBuilders.com

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A Buyers’ Market Continued…

1.} Interest rates are low.

Today’s historically low interest rates are helping first-time home buyers find affordable housing options. Average weekly interest rates for a 30-year fixed mortgage remain under 4.5%. But it’s important to keep in mind that interest rates are sensitive to market forces and can change quickly. There’s no indication that rates will suddenly surge upward, but even a slight rate increase can push monthly payments to the point that buyers might miss out on their first choice for a new home.

2.} Huge downpayments are not necessary.

While lenders are looking more closely at borrowers today than in recent years, there are options for purchasing your first home without a 20% downpayment. For example, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) offers loans to first-time home buyers with downpayments as low as 3.5%. However, these loans require mortgage insurance. To ensure that the financing process goes smoothly, buyers should consider pre-qualifying for a mortgage and having a financing commitment in place before shopping for a new home. Buyers also may find that some home builders have arranged favorable financing for their customers or offer financial incentives.

3.} New homes are built to fit your lifestyle.

Designed to accommodate today’s busy lifestyles, new homes—including urban condos and single-family homes—feature open floor plans, flexible spaces, low-maintenance materials and other amenities that appeal to younger buyers.

With energy costs near the top of consumer concerns, it’s good to know that new homes can be more energy efficient than ever. Innovative materials and construction techniques mean that today’s new homes are built to be much more energy efficient than homes constructed a generation ago. Not only can they be more affordable to operate, new homes also are significantly more resource efficient and environmentally friendly. Continued on page 22 20

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A Buyers’ Market Continued… Owning a home can help makes house shopping 5.} 4.} Technology young families build wealth fun and easy. Today’s tech-savvy home buyers use mobile apps to quickly gather all of the key information on a property and to see extensive photos from their cell phones or tablets. For example, Homesnap allows you to snap a picture of any home and get all the relevant property details, including any interior photos for homes on the market. If you’re just beginning your search, Realtor.com is a popular app because it generally contains the most accurate information gathered from more than 800 local MLSs (multiple listing services). If you’re checking out homes in an unfamiliar area, AroundMe helps you get a quick sense of the neighborhood by telling you the location of local restaurants, supermarkets, other businesses and attractions. There also are several free mortgage apps to help you determine how much you can afford and to compare real-time rates from multiple lenders. Popular mortgage calculator apps include Zillow and Trulia.

and combat rising rents.

For most Americans, homeownership is a primary source of net worth and is an important step in accumulating personal financial assets over the long term. Although property values have declined in many markets, Americans have more than $10.8 trillion of equity in their homes, and for most families, home equity represents the largest share of net worth. At the same time, rent prices continue to climb—2.8 percent in 2013—as rental vacancies dropped to their lowest point since 2000, according to a recent report from Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies. That makes now a great time to start investing in your future—instead of your landlord’s. For more information on resources for firsttime home buyers in the greater Harrisburg area, contact us at the Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Harrisburg at 717-232-5595 or HBA@HarrisburgBuilders.com.

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and western Pennsylvania, is put into a pipeline that spans the state and finally enters gas supply lines that run to our neighborhoods.

Slick water hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking” as it is commonly called, is a technology used to extract Natural Gas and Oil that lies within a shale rock formation thousands of feet below the surface of the earth. Combined with another technique called “horizontal drilling,” natural gas companies are able to release previously untapped gas reserves and provide a less expensive, clean burning and environmentally friendly energy source. This new gas production, coming locally from the Marcellus Shale formation found in parts of central

Not only has increased Natural Gas production lowered prices for consumers, but it has also created thousands of jobs in Pennsylvania, yielding a positive community trickle-down effect. In addition, funds given back to the communities directly by gas companies and drilling companies have improved the standard of living in once blighted areas. These monies have helped modernize local fire departments and build new and restore existing playgrounds and parks used by everyone in the community. The infusion of new money into the infra-structure of small towns and boroughs has improved the quality of life for thousands of people living in and around the communities where Shale Fracking is occurring.

n recent years the exploration and development of Natural Gas from shale formations has led to extremely low prices for consumers because of greatly increased supply. Our home state of Pennsylvania has helped lead the way in shale gas production, and has actually become the 10th largest producing area in the world!

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Now the average household can enjoy all the benefits associated with using Natural Gas. High efficiency gas heating equipment, for example, can be up to 97% efficient which saves energy while simultaneously keeping the home warm and comfortable. Because outside air is used, no heat is wasted up a chimney and the home is less drafty. Natural Gas that is used by homes, businesses and industries is produced only in the United States which helps the country create jobs and get away from imported oil. Natural Gas is also good for the planet as it produces 40% less greenhouse gases during combustion. In the future, Natural Gas can help the United States become energy independent, reduce global warming and save energy dollars for the family. Homeowners are encouraged to call their local utility to see if Natural Gas is available, or will be coming available, in their neighborhood.


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ctober is Energy Awareness Month. Did you know, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), most Americans are paying more for electricity and natural gas than they did four years ago, with the average household utility bill now about $1,900 each year? According to the Department of Energy (DOE), heating and cooling accounts for about 56 percent of the energy use in a typical U.S. home, making it the largest energy expense for most homes. To reduce these costs, all homeowners should consider the following:

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• ADJUST YOUR THERMOSTAT. By raising your thermostat just a few degrees in mild temperatures and lowering it in cooler temperatures, you can help your heating and cooling system work less to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature. Programming your thermostat to accommodate your family’s time away from home and sleeping schedules will also help to ensure your system is operating only when you need it.

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• INSTALL A DEHUMIDIFIER. Humidity can make the air feel hotter and heavier in warm weather. By removing the humidity, the air will feel drier and cooler and you will be able to rely less heavily on your heating and cooling system to make the air comfortable.

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Prepare for Winter

By Doing Outdoor Maintenance

This Fall

Although the fall season is just beginning, winter is just around the corner! Take the necessary steps now to ensure your home and lawn can hold up to another cold season.

Lawn & Landscape Care

• RESEED AND FERTILIZE. Fall is a great time for new grass seed to take root, so consider reseeding in selected areas of your lawn. Reseeding also helps keep weeds from growing in the spring. Fertilize your lawn with a high-nitrogen fertilizer to encourage root growth. Look for a lawn fertilizer labeled “winterizing.” • AERATE YOUR LAWN. Over time your lawn can become compacted, which hinders grass growth. Aerating—or breaking up the soil surface by poking holes into the ground—reduces thatch, loosens up compacted soils and paves the way for water and nutrients to reach the roots of your grass. There are different tools you can use to properly aerate your lawn, including self-propelled units, lawnmower attachments, and hand- or foot-powered plugging tools which can be rented or purchased at your local hardware or home supply store. • TRIM YOUR TREES AND REMOVE DEAD BRANCHES. High winds or heavy snows can cause weak trees or branches to break and cause damage to property and person. Look for large dead branches in trees, cavities or rotten wood along trunks or major branches, mushrooms at the base of trees, cracks or splits in trunks, and leaves that prematurely develop unusual color or size.

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Home Exterior Tasks

• MAINTAIN YOUR GUTTERS. Remove all debris from your gutters so water can properly drain. This minimizes standing water and slows the freeze/ thaw expansion process that occurs in cold weather. Clogged gutters can damage landscaping, lawn and shrubbery, walls, foundation, basement and crawl spaces. Consider installing “gutter guards,” which will prevent debris from entering the gutter and direct the flow of water away from the house and into the ground. • INSPECT YOUR ROOF. To help prevent expensive emergency repairs, look for damaged or loose shingles, gaps in the flashing where the roofing and siding meet vents and flues, and loose or damaged mortar around the chimney. If you see any signs of damage, call a professional to repair the damage. • INSPECT YOUR HOME’S EXTERIOR WALLS. To prevent leaks or drafts, look for possible weather-related damage, like cracks and loose or crumbling mortar. Wood trim and siding can suffer from deteriorating paint or become loose. Windowsills may be cracked, split or decayed.

Taking the time to tackle these chores now will save you an even larger hassle doing repair work once winter has come and gone.


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Principles

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Harmony

The principles of design are: unity (or harmony), proportion, balance, rhythm, and emphasis. Utilizing these principles can mean having a space that is magnificent vs. mediocre vs. downright wrong. When you

Exactly what is harmony? Simply defined, harmony is the pleasing and orderly arrangement of all design parts so that they form a consistent and satisfying whole. Harmony creates an integrated image with all the elements functioning together to aid the design as a whole. A unified design is greater than

ave you ever walked into a room that seemed to tilt to one side even though the floor was perfectly level? Or, felt claustrophobic when the room dimensions are 15 by 20 feet? Whether you’re decorating a new home, planning a complete redo of an older existing home, or just sprucing up a hall, the principles of design are the tools you will need to ensure a successful and eye-pleasing project.

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are making selections and/or arranging furnishings, keep these design principles handy. Harmony is essential to a successful room design. Why? Because creating a harmonious environment is exactly what good design is all about.


the sum of its parts. The room is seen as a whole first, before the individual elements are noticed. Therefore, it’s key in planning your new room design that you create harmony between the sizes of different pieces of furniture you select for your new room. Another key consideration in creating a harmonious eclectic style is to definitely consider mixing periods and styles in your furniture pieces because it will not only make for a more harmonious feeling in your room, but will ultimately create a more interesting decorating scheme. It’s important to remember that when you decide to mix different periods or styles of furnishings, that your pieces all be in the same or similar mood—either formal or informal, that is: gay and frivolous vs. serious, dignified and formal.

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Tips & Trends Continued… A large room can handle furnishings that are larger in scale. The smaller the room, the more petite or delicate the furnishings and decor should be. This is especially important when you move from one style of living to another. The furnishings that looked good in your 3,500 square foot family home will most likely look massive in your new 55+ community. Watch the scale of different pieces in a room. An overstuffed sofa should set the stage for the scale of all the other

furnishings. A delicate side table next to the sofa will look out of place quite easily. The pattern of fabrics is important in small areas; keep patterns to scale. Use smaller prints and less of them. A larger room can typically handle larger prints and more colors. Rules can be broken; for example, if you have a small room but prefer a larger print. If so, make sure it has lots of white space in it and use it sparingly.

White space as a whole is important in a room. This is the space around and above furniture. A room rarely looks good when every square inch of it is filled. The eye needs room to rest, so provide it by leaving some surfaces uncovered and some walls alone.

Balance

Balance is probably the most easily understood design principle. In decorating, it simply means a state of equality—or equilibrium between two elements or two parts of a design composition. There are two kinds of balance: formal (symmetrical) balance; and informal (asymmetrical) balance.

Formal balance is achieved when the two halves of a composition or design are exactly the same. Identical end tables flanking a sofa; a fireplace with matching bookshelves on either side; a pair of candlesticks placed the same distance from a central bowl of flowers all represent formal balance. This kind of evenly matched balance tends to create a sense of order and stability—evenness—if you will. It’s fairly easy to create, but you need to remember that formal balance has a tendency to make a room seem static and stiffly conventional—especially if it’s overdone. Informal balance is achieved when two halves of a composition balance each other even though they are not identical. Size or physical weight are not the only factors

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involved in this kind of balance, which can only be appraised by the eye. Bright colors have weight and tend to move forward or advance while pale, softer colors or neutrals seem to recede. Irregular shapes, which engage the eye longer than regular ones, seem more important; these therefore also “weigh” more in terms of balance.

Rhythm

Rhythm is measured motion through space: a path along which the eye follows a regular arrangement of themes, whether in written or spoken language, music or decorating. In music, it’s achieved by regularly recurring groups of accented tones. In decorating, it’s achieved by the regular recurrence of accent features or elements. Rhythm is vital to good design because it helps hold the varied elements of a composition together, whether that composition is a single object, such as a lamp, or the contents of a whole room.

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When it’s time to think about creating rhythm in your design plan, the easiest thing to do is repeat, repeat, repeat! Repeat a color. Repeat a line, a design motive, or an object more than once in a composition. And, immediately, a sense of design or purpose begins to develop. When anything is repeated, the eye is carried along from one motif to the next, and interest mounts. This is what is meant by defining rhythm as motion. Another way to create rhythm in accessorizing is to consider repeating the same type of object—say a plate collection—in varying shapes and sizes. By varying the size and shape of your plates, the repeated element becomes more interesting to the eye. Continued on page 34

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Emphasis

I love creating emphasis in any design plan. To me, emphasis is truly adding the excitement factor to the creation of a new room. The basic idea behind emphasis in decorating is that every room should have a focal point, or a center of interest that immediately attracts the attention of anyone entering the room. Walking into a room with design emphasis is bound to give you a much better impression of the room’s overall design. More so than walking into one that lacks any features impressive enough to attract notice. When there’s no focal point in a room, your eye tends to slide around from one part of the room to another, and boredom rapidly sets in. If nothing attracts your visual interest, it’s natural for you to become restless, and actually feel the need to move on.

Just think of how much more inviting it would be to have a colorful and comfortable looking grouping of furniture around a fireplace with a few unusual accessories and personal touches giving a clue to your individual style and personality. Lacking a fireplace, the sofa is usually the dominant feature in a living room. If so, consider playing it up and giving it more importance by selecting a color or pattern that helps center your grouping. Then, by adding tables, lamps, artwork and other accessories to this grouping, you surround it with many visually interesting design objects. Remember that color is a big drawing card when it comes to claiming attention. A striking painting or piece of art will make any grouping or area more interesting. Now, take a good, long walk throughout the rooms of your home. If something doesn’t feel right, it probably doesn’t follow the principles of design. Rearrange it, remove it, or replace it until you achieve the room— and the home—that you desire. If that seems difficult to realize, call an Interior Decorator. Barbara Tabak, CID, WFCP Decorating Den Interiors Barbara.Tabak@DecoratingDen.com w717.541.1659

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••3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2-story townhome with 2-car attached garage

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••Spacious open kitchen with granite countertops

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••4 bedrooms, 2 full and 2 half baths with 2-car garage and full front porch

••Gourmet kitchen, maple cabinets, granite counters, island and stainless appliances

••Huge great room with stunning floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, hardwood floors

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••Full walk-out basement

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••GE® stainless steel appliance package

••Breathtaking views worth the price of admission

••Luxury owner’s bath with double bowl sink, stand-up shower and separate soaking tub

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$314,830

West Shore

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Directions:

Rte. 15 South. Left on Orebank Rd. Follow approximately 2 miles to “T.” Right on Old York Rd. Left on Grouse Rd. into community. Left on Park Ave. Home is on left.

••2,358 sq. ft. with walk-out lower level and spectacular mountain views ••Spacious open floor plan features 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, den and 2-car garage

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Yingst Homes, Inc.

$339,470

West Shore

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Directions:

I-81 South to Wertzville Rd. Exit (61). Right on Wertzville Rd. Left at light on Good Hope Rd. Right at light on Rivendale Blvd. Follow Rivendale Blvd. across Jerusalem Rd. where it becomes Rivendale Ct.

••2,180 sq. ft. duplex, 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, garage and full basement

••Vaulted ceilings, open loft area and skylights enhance feeling of spaciousness

••Beautiful kitchen with contrasting island, quartz countertops and farmhouse sink

••Craftsman and cottage-style details come together to create a charming exterior

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••Located only minutes from the new PinnacleHealth West Shore Hospital

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Landmark Homes

$369,700

West Shore

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Directions:

Rte. 11 South to Rte. 114/Hogestown Rd. Left on Woods Dr. Right at neighborhood entrance on Hamlet Circle. Take 1st right. Home is on right.

••Master suite includes a walk-in closet and private bathroom with 5’ tile shower

••Family room with 2-story gas fireplace and built-in cabinets/ bookshelves

••Kitchen opens to the breakfast area, granite countertops, stainless appliances

••Study with painted coffered ceiling, crown molding and an elegant chair rail

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$399,990

West Shore

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Directions:

I-81 South to Exit 49 (PA-641 toward High St.). Right on Trindle Rd./PA 641. Left on Fairfield St. Left on York Rd./PA 74. Slight right on Westminster Dr. Left on Forge Rd. Right on Old York/W. 1st St. Right on Tavern Blvd. Right on Iron Works Way. Home is on right.

••4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 2-car side entry garage with brick front and full front porch on a half-acre+ homesite

••Gourmet kitchen with stainless appliances, granite counters, espresso cabinetry

••Hardwood floors, ceramic accents, custom painting and luxury finishes

••Luxury owner’s suite with dual walk-in closets, a soaking tub and ceramic shower

••Finished lower level with wet bar, media room and full bath FLOOR PLAN

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Although all illustrations and specifications are believed correct at the time of publication, the right is reserved to make changes, without notice or obligation. Windows, doors, ceilings, and room sizes may vary depending on the options and elevations selected. Optional items indicated are available at additional cost. This brochure is for illustrative purposes only and not part of a legal contract. It is recommended that the architectural blueprints be reserved for further clarification of features. Not all features are shown. Please ask our Sales and Marketing Representative for complete information.

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Garman Builders, Inc.

$445,990

West Shore

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Directions:

Rte. 15 South to Cumberland Pkwy. Exit toward Winding Hill Rd. Left on Gettysburg Pike. Left toward Mt. Allen Dr. Left on Mt. Allen Dr. which becomes E. Winding Hill Rd. Orchard Glen is on left.

••Garman Design, Garman Detail—a Tradition of Excellence

••1st floor owner’s suite with tray ceiling

••Gas fireplace with stone surround accents family room

••Tile walk-in shower with frameless glass surround

••9’ 1st floor ceilings, vaulted ceiling in family room

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$459,990

West Shore

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Directions:

I-81, Exit 57. South toward Mechanicsburg, Rte. 114. Left on Mulberry Dr. Model home is on right. OR Rte. 581 to Exit 3. Rte. 11 West (Carlisle Pike). Right on Carlisle Pike. Left at light on Rte. 114. Left on Mulberry Dr. Model home is on right. OR From Mechanicsburg, travel north on Rte. 114 1.3 miles. Right on Mulberry Dr. Travel 0.1 mile. Model home is on right.

••Foxwood community with homes starting from the $270s

••Spacious Ethan floor plan with 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths

••Hardwood flooring, private study, formal dining room, family room, kitchen with breakfast area

••Owner’s suite with private Venetian bath, 2 walk-in closets, 2nd floor laundry

••Bright breakfast area leads to 14’ x 16’ deck, 20-year structural warranty

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Traditions of America

$479,900

West Shore

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Directions:

Carlisle Pike, travel west toward Carlisle. Left on Hempt Rd. Hempt Rd. turns into State Rd. Travel 2.2 miles. Community is on right.

••Voted one of the best Master Planned Communities by “Where to Retire” Magazine

••Low maintenance, active lifestyle living—we do the work so you can live better

••New single family home with single-level living and 1st floor master suite

••Clubhouse with fitness center, media room, sauna, sports bar, outdoor heated pool

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Traditions of America

$539,900

West Shore

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Directions:

Carlisle Pike, travel west toward Carlisle. Left on Hempt Rd. Hempt Rd. turns into State Rd. Travel 2.2 miles. Community is on right.

••Voted one of the best Master Planned Communities by “Where to Retire” Magazine

••Low maintenance, active lifestyle living—we do the work so you can live better

••New single family home with single-level living and 1st floor master suite

••Clubhouse with fitness center, media room, sauna, sports bar, outdoor heated pool

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••Ask about HomeFree—if you don’t sell your home, you don’t have to buy ours

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Allegheny Custom Homes

$549,900

West Shore

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Directions:

Rte. 581 to Carlisle Pike Exit. Right on Carlisle Pike. Right on Sample Bridge Rd. Right on Bridgeport Dr. Home is on right.

••Quality craftsmanship and custom homes delivered by our local partners and experts

••Extensive knowledge in every aspect of construction to create your beautiful home

••Attention to detail captured in every single room

••Our goal is delivering the keys to your home that you’ll be proud of for years

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Carlson Construction, Inc.

$558,900

West Shore

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Directions:

Rte. 581 West to Creekview Rd. Exit. West on Creekview Rd. First right on Summit Way. Home is on left.

••Solidly constructed, stone/ shingle exterior home with large porch and metal roof

••Huge master suite with 12’ closet, granite counter and fireplace at the Whirlpool®

••4 large bedrooms with 3.5 baths, large laundry, custom granite kitchen with pantry

••Genuine, solid oak flooring, tray ceiling and exciting Executive® trim

First Floor

••Extensive landscaping on large lot with large family room, 18’ stone fireplace and rear stairway with iron balusters

Second Floor

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Landmark Homes

$569,700

West Shore

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Directions:

Rte. 11 West to south on Hogestown Rd./PA 114. Left on Woods Dr. Enter community via left on Sterling Glen Way. Left on Springdale Way. Home is on right.

••A dramatic 2-story ceiling makes for a grand entrance

••Large raised rec room on 2nd floor

••1st floor study, formal living room and spacious great room

••Eat-in kitchen features granite countertops and tile backsplash

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Charter Homes & Neighborhoods

$583,990

West Shore

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Directions:

I-83 South to Rte. 581 West, Exit 41A. Travel 5 miles to Exit 3, Rte. 11/Carlisle Pike. Right on Carlisle Pike. Travel 1.5 miles. Left on Silver Spring Rd. Right on Woods Dr. Right on Walden Way. Right on Tavern House Hill to home on corner.

••Features 3,221 sq. ft. of living space, including the debut of the newest design ideas

••Pro kitchen features granite counters, perfectly placed storage and designer accents

••Located in Walden, the fastest selling neighborhood in Central PA

••Large windows fill spaces with natural light from every angle

••Top interior design accents and finishes chosen by our awardwinning interior stylist

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Roland Builder, Inc.

$610,000

West Shore

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Directions:

Rte. 581 to Rte. 15 South. Rte. 15 to Rossmoyne Rd./Wesley Dr. Exit. Take Rossmoyne Rd. Right on Lisburn Rd. Travel 0.5 miles. Left on Thompson Ln. Travel 0.5 miles to Liberty Point entrance on right.

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••Open 1-story floor plan with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths

••Custom wood moldings and stained wood beams

••Walk-out lower level with large composite deck above

••Arched iron front door

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EGStoltzfus Homes

$728,850

West Shore

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Directions:

Rte. 15 South to Cumberland Pkwy./ Winding Hill Rd. Exit. Left on Gettysburg Pike. Left on Winding Hill Rd. Right on Orchard Blvd. Follow Orchard Blvd. to first traffic circle. Right on Lake Dr. Follow into Braeburn Estates. House is on right.

••3,863 sq. ft. home with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and an oversized 3-car garage

••Master suite with spa-like bath, unique free-standing tub and walk-in shower

••Entrance courtyard with guest parking and custom mahogany front entryway

••Hardscaped and covered outdoor living areas highlighted by a gas firepit

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••Furnished and accessorized by INTERIORS Furniture & Design

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16 1284 Summit Way . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 19

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10 224 Iron Works Way . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 13

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11 896 Tolman Street . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 14

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12 508 Mulberry Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 15

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13 304 Founders Way . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 16

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14 306 Founders Way . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 17

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17 28 Springdale Way . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 20 Charter Homes & Neighborhoods

18 77 Tavern House Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 21 Roland Builder, Inc.

19 1742 Liberty Cove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 22 EGStoltzfus Homes

20 406 Lake Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 23


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22 434 Yale Street . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 27 Yingst Homes, Inc.

23 7093 Beaver Creek Road . . . . . . . . . . pg. 28 Yingst Homes, Inc.

24 6914 Derrick Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 29 EGStoltzfus Homes

25 7046 Beaver Spring Road . . . . . . . . . pg. 30 Fine Line Homes

26 6450 Finch Lane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 31

Landmark Homes

28 176 Savannah Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 33

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2300 Harvard Avenue . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 39

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29 6503 Plowman Ridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 34 Garman Builders, Inc.

30 6431 Moline Lane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 35 FoxBuilt, Inc.

31 6520 Plowman Ridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 36

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1427 Concord Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 41

Landmark Homes

32 2744 Colonial Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 37 Roland Builder, Inc.

33 2749 Colonial Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 38

Garman Builders, Inc.

27 6001 Camden Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 32 HarrisburgBuilders.com

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Classic Communities

$259,900

East Shore

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Directions:

I-83 North to Colonial Park Exit. Jug handle to Colonial Rd. Cross over Rte. 39/Linglestown Rd. Right on N. Victoria Way. Home is on right.

••Spacious open kitchen with granite countertops

••GE® stainless steel appliance package

••Oil rubbed bronze plumbing, lighting and fixtures throughout

••Living room features vaulted ceiling

••Large upper level loft overlooking 1st floor living room

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$339,900

East Shore

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Directions:

I-83 South to Paxton St. Exit. Left on Paxton St. Right on Friendship Dr. Left on Harrisburg St. Right on Orchard St. Community is on right.

••Ivy Ridge community with homes starting from the $190s

••Hardwood flooring, private study, family room, kitchen with breakfast area

••Spacious Mansfield floor plan with 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths

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$349,900

East Shore

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Directions:

I-81 North, Exit 72 toward Linglestown. At the square, right on Rte. 39 (Linglestown Rd.). Right on Piketown Rd. Left on Sandy Hollow Rd. Community is on right.

••2,148 sq. ft., 2 stories, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2-car garage

••“Craftsman” style details offer a new take on traditional design

••Outfitted with an innovative security system provided by Hidef ® Lifestyles

••Custom kitchen with Corian® countertops and stainless steel appliances

••Floor plan easily accommodates the needs of a growing family

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OFFICE 11'8" X 11'3"

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$355,136

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Directions:

Rte. 22 East (Allentown Blvd.). Right on Jonestown Rd. at the light by Bradford Village. Left on Sarhelm Rd. Continue straight to development on right.

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••Covered rear patio and fenced courtyard provide private outdoor area

••Custom kitchen with island and breakfast nook, plus a formal dining room

GARAGE 21'5" X 21'5"

••Full-sized, 2-car garage and full basement means plenty of storage space

BEDROOM #2 12'5"X 12'0"

••Front porch opens to a lovely community walking park

STUDY 9'7"X 12'10"

••1,860 sq. ft. ranch-style duplex home with 2 bedrooms and a study

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EGStoltzfus Homes

$369,994

East Shore

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Directions:

I-83 North to Exit 46B (US 322 East) toward Hershey. Left on Grayson Rd. Right on Milroy Rd. Milroy Rd. turns slightly left and becomes S. Nyes Rd. Left on Conway Rd. Right on Creek Run Rd. Left on Beaver Spring Rd.

••The Barrington has 2,284 sq. ft. of living space with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths

••The master bath features a Whirlpool® tub with a separate shower

••Large master bedroom with a tray ceiling and large walk-in closet

••Hardwood floors in the foyer, dining room and 1st floor hallway

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Fine Line Homes

$426,500

East Shore

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Directions:

Nyes Rd., west on Union Deposit Rd. Left on Conway Rd. Left on Painted Sky Dr. into Huntleigh community. Left on Finch Ln.

••Tranquil country setting— spectacular views of Blue Mountain

••Features 3,338 sq. ft. of luxurious living space which is creatively decorated

••Comfortably sized lots with all the conveniences of Lower Paxton Township

••Spacious owner’s suite offers an oasis of amenities for relaxing and de-stressing

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••Side entry 3-car garage, home office, plenty of natural light and more

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Garman Builders, Inc.

$436,900

East Shore

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Directions:

I-83 South to Exit 50B. Left on Jonestown Rd. Right on Devonshire Rd. Left on Devonshire Heights Rd. Right on Veterans Ln.

••Garman Design, Garman Detail—a Tradition of Excellence

••Spacious owner’s suite features 2 walk-in closets and luxury owner’s bath

••Gas fireplace with stone surround accents the grand 2-story family room

••Colonial wainscoting and coffered ceiling detail in the dining room

••Jack-and-Jill bathroom for bedrooms 2 and 3 and a private bath for bedroom 4

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Landmark Homes

$509,700

East Shore

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Directions:

Rte. 322 East toward Hershey. Merge on Hersheypark Dr. Rte. 39 West (N. Hershey Rd.) for 1.4 miles. Left on Grandview Rd. Enter neighborhood via 2nd Savannah Dr. entrance on right. Home is on left.

••Spacious owner’s suite with private bathroom, Whirlpool® and tile shower

••2nd floor includes a large raised rec room, laundry area, 4 bedrooms and 3 baths

••2-story foyer with 9’ ceilings on 1st floor, designer trim detail throughout

••Cozy gas fireplace with floor-to-ceiling stone surround in the great room

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••Kitchen opens into a sunny breakfast area and great room

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Ionni Properties, Ltd.

$659,500

East Shore

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Directions:

I-81 North to Exit 72A Paxtonia. Merge on N. Mountain Rd. OR I-81 South to Exit 72. Left on N. Mountain Rd. Cross over Allentown Blvd. Left on Jonestown Rd. Right on Deaven Rd. Left on Plowman Ridge in Deaven Woods.

••Gourmet kitchen with island seating for 4 that opens into the family living space

••Eucalyptus hardwood on 1st floor with granite counters in kitchen and all bathrooms

••3 generously sized bedrooms, an oversized master suite with his-and-her closet

••Custom high-quality molding throughout the home

••A unique double-tray ceiling in the master suite

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Garman Builders, Inc.

$659,990

East Shore

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Directions:

Rte. 22, travel south on Nyes Rd. Left on Red Top Rd. Left on Deere Ln. Left on Moline Ln.

••Garman Design, Garman Detail—a Tradition of Excellence

••10’ 1st floor ceilings and 9’ 2nd floor ceilings

••Modern farmhouse design with 3,925 sq. ft.

••Custom cabinetry with stainless steel appliances

First Floor

••Pedestal tub and tile walk-in shower with frameless glass surround

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FoxBuilt, Inc.

$739,900

East Shore

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Directions:

I-81 North to Exit 72A Paxtonia. Merge on N. Mountain Rd. OR I-81 South to Exit 72. Left on N. Mountain Rd. Cross over Allentown Blvd. Left on Jonestown Rd. Right on Deaven Rd. Left on Plowman Ridge in Deaven Woods.

••4,686 sq. ft. home on .5 acre featuring 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and 3-car garage

••Hearth room features a wood-burning fireplace, a gas fireplace in the great room

••Unique trim, woodworking and stonework throughout the entire home

••14’ x 16’ covered deck overlooking wooded area with a custom sound system

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$939,700

East Shore

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Directions:

I-83 North to Exit 50A (US-22 East/ Jonestown Rd.). Merge right on US-22 East/Jonestown Rd. Left on Colonial Rd. Travel 3.8 miles. Home is on left.

••Spacious owner’s suite with sitting area and see-through fireplace

••Theater room, game room, hearth room and kitchen in the fully finished basement

••10’ ceilings on 1st floor and designer trim detail throughout

••Centrally located kitchen is open to the breakfast nook/ gathering area

••2-car, side-load garage connected by an outdoor courtyard to the 3rd detached garage

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Roland Builder, Inc.

$1,100,000

East Shore

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Directions:

I-83 North to Exit 50A. Merge right on US-22 East/Jonestown Rd. Left on Colonial Rd. Travel 3.8 miles. Home is on right.

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••English manor home with classic exterior details ••5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 3-car garage

••Architectural details with custom moldings throughout, 10’ 1st floor

••Outdoor living area

••Blend of high-end features with easy, casual living

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GCD Construction, Inc., d.b.a. Deimler & Sons Construction

Remodeled Home Home—Open Oct. 4th & 5th only

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Directions:

Rte. 581 to Camp Hill Exit. Right on Harvard Ave. Home is on left.

••Master bathroom addition

••Custom vanity

••Custom-tiled shower

••Sunroom addition

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FoxBuilt, Inc.

Remodeled Home—Open Oct. 4th & 5th only

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Directions:

I-81 North to Exit 72A Paxtonia. Merge on N. Mountain Rd. OR I-81 South to Exit 72. Left on N. Mountain Rd. Cross over Allentown Blvd. Left on Jonestown Rd. Right on Nyes Rd. Right on Devonshire Heights Rd. Left on Veterans Ln. Right on Camden Dr. Left on Three Rivers Dr.

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••1,200 sq. ft. of basement done FoxBuilt style

••Lots of trim and custom woodworking throughout

••Rooms include kids’ gaming area, main gathering area, bar, gym and full bath

••Custom bar with lots of trim and custom stone

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Outdoor Expressions/Evening Shadows

Outdoor Living—Open Oct. 4th & 5th only

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Directions:

I-81 to Rte. 581 East. Take Exit 2. Right on Creekview Rd. Left on Lambs Gap Rd. Right on Saratoga Rd. Left on Concord Rd. House is on left.

••Large paver patio combined with a deck provides inviting space to entertain

••Vinyl pergola with 2 retractable awnings creates a cool place to relax

••Bring vibrant colors to life with Evening Shadows low-voltage landscape lighting

••Outdoor kitchen with travertine marble countertops and a gas fireplace

••Natural stone waterfall flows into a vinyl-lined pool with bullnose coping

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