Wow! We’ve got so much going on at S&A Homes this weekend, it’s virtually impossible to pack it all into one blog. Even though the temps may be cooling down around here, everything at S&A Homes is heating up, and we don’t want you to miss out on the action!
Martinsburg, WV: We have a fantastic and affordable quick delivery home available in our Fernwood community for just $169,900. This charming two-story Kingston plan offers three bedrooms, a Craftsman-style exterior and a level backyard just minutes from I-81. To make this deal a little sweeter, put in an offer this weekend and get a FREE Plasma TV valued up to $1,000! The Open House is located at 15 Hosta Ct., Martinsburg, WV this Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Harrisburg, PA: We are opening up our final two quick delivery homes this weekend. Both homes are located in Harrisburg’s most popular 55+ community, Amesbury. These gorgeous carriage homes offer maintenance-free living, snow removal, first floor owners’ suites and upgrades galore just minutes from the area’s best shopping and dining. Purchase by 9/9/13 and get your choice of $3,000 extra towards closing costs or a free washer/dryer/fridge for your new home. Visit us this Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. or Sunday noon-5 p.m. at 4836 Sheffield Court, Harrisburg, PA. Read More→
What do you get when you combine the best outlet shopping in the area, sweeping hillside views and luxurious new homes? Nothing other than Piatt Estates, of course.
The brand new community recently opened up for sales, and there is a lot more to this new home community than pretty views and a great name. S&A Homes just announced the introduction of the community’s first home sites which offer privacy, premium locations and spacious backyards up to a half-acre.
From there, choose from one of 17 different floor plans being offered in the community. Not only are our perennial Craftsman-style favorites in the mix, but we have also released five of our Hunter’s Chase style plans, due to their overwhelming popularity in our State College, PA area. Whether you prefer a ranch or two-story, three bedrooms or five, a first floor owner’s suite or not, there is bound to be a plan that suits your family’s needs perfectly. Read More→
If you are from the Pittsburgh area, you have definitely heard of Wexford. The area is well known for its manicured lawns, wonderful shopping options and close location to Pittsburgh. Chances are you’ve heard of Cranberry Township too. It’s the area’s fastest growing bedroom community and is definitely among the movers and shakers when it comes to the Pittsburgh “Burbs”. The real question is; however, have you heard of Marshall Township? Located smack in between Cranberry Township and Wexford, it may not be as well known, but it has more real estate opportunity than the previous two combined.
An A+ location for so many reasons, Marshall Township is the next big thing in Pittsburgh real estate. An award-winning school district, close accessibility to I-79 and stretches of beautiful wooded area are bound to make this the next big boom and a sound investment for anyone looking to purchase a home. But are there housing options to fit those looking for something other than a typical suburban neighborhood? Read More→
Are you tired of eating the same thing over and over? Give your taste buds a treat during Pittsburgh Restaurant Week! Held August 12-18, over 65 restaurants throughout the area will be offering dining deals that you won’t be able to resist.
Participating restaurants and promotions include:
• Alma Pan Latin Kitchen in Regent Square, $30 four-course fixed price meal
• Burgh’ers in Harmony, $20.13 specialty
• Club Colony in Mount Lebanon, $25 three-course fixed price meal
• Habitat Restaurant Downtown, $35 three-course fixed price meal Read More→
Just south of Carlisle, Pa. is one of Pennsylvania’s best kept secrets. It is the wonderful town of Shippensburg, Pa. There is a lot more to this small town than meets the eye. First, it’s the home of the acclaimed Shippensburg University, which offers a beautiful campus, award-winning academic programs and a great athletics program too. It is also home to dozens of locally owned eateries and shops. In fact, this idyllic town was featured in The 100 Best Small Towns in America, by Norman Crampton.
Shippensburg has been in the news most recently for becoming the future home to 1,000 more jobs with Procter & Gamble. The proposed facility is projected to open sometime in 2014.
Finding new homes in this charming locale can be tough though. That’s why we are excited to announce the grand opening of S&A Homes’ Deerfield community. This perfectly situated community will offer elegant single family homes at very attainable price points ranging from the $150,000s to the $220,000s, thanks to limited time pre-construction pricing. Read More→
Well, with only two days left in the month, it’s a bit last minute but we still wanted to put it out there that July is National Ice Cream Month. What does this have to do with home building, you ask?
Well, not much on the surface. But since we are headquartered out of State College, PA, we are a bit more aware of the fascinating ice cream history this town has to offer. Here are a few fun facts to sink your teeth into:
1. Penn State University’s Berkey Creamery is the largest university-run creamery in the nation. In fact, the Creamery uses 4.5 million gallons of milk per year and even owns 225 of their own cows, solely for ice cream making purposes!
2. The Berkey Creamery also just happens to be ranked the #1 Dining Spot in State College on tripadvisor.com. Read More→
When it comes to selling new homes, most builders have printed floor plans. While floor plans are a necessity, it can be hard for some people to visualize the final product. More importantly, it can be even more difficult to picture your own furniture in the home.
Where is the perfect spot for your plasma TV and entertainment hutch? How about Mom’s antique dining room furniture? Well, wonder no more when you peruse our super helpful website. Read More→
Burwood Acres, an intimate custom home community located just minutes from The Robinson Town Center and nearby I-376, is known for a whole lot more than its hillside views and close proximity to Downtown Pittsburgh. The community is the perfect place to call home for anyone seeking a completely custom home without the custom price tag.
There is just one problem with this community though – it only has one quick delivery home left. If you choose to build the home of your choice from scratch, only one home site remains. It could be just days until this community sells out completely. Don’t let an amazing opportunity pass you by!
Visit us at our Burwood Acres Open House this Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., and tour our beautifully upgraded Amesbury C quick delivery home. Read More→
After years of experiencing the lowest interest rates in recent recorded history, home buyers had become immune to hearing about record lows and how it helped their home buying experience. Many stayed out of the market, attempting to time their purchase with the lowest possible low for the maximum amount of savings.
Then the Fed raised rates – and sharply. The 30-Fixed didn’t just creep up last month, it was more of a quick slam dunk. One day, we went to bed and rates were low, the next, they weren’t as low. As much of a shock as the rate rise has been, perspective is necessary. Interest rates are still amongst the lowest in recorded history, and borrowing is perhaps the most affordable it will ever be. Read More→
If you are in town for the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts this weekend, you are in luck. In addition to the typical tour, stop by The Village at Canterbury and get a different type of walking tour of some of State College’s best scenery.
Our brand new carriage home community is opening four different townhomes tomorrow from 11a.m. to 3 p.m. Find out what all the fuss is about! Although the homes are still under construction, you will instantly realize that this is no ordinary community. The Village at Canterbury offers sweeping views of Centre Hills Golf Course against the backdrop of Mt. Nittany. Read More→