Site work on second of 3 phases of this 50-acre housing development in Cumberland County has begun

Site perform for phase two has started out on a 50-acre housing improvement in Silver Spring Township.

The next stage of Spring Meadow Reserve will involve 27 single-family members households. The residences will assortment from 1,732 to 3,869 square toes and rates start in the upper $400,000 assortment.

“Many distinctive home plans are available in an array of models and elevations, allowing you to pick out your best home design,” Jordan Moyer, a actual estate agent with Coldwell Banker Realty stated in an e-mail. “Every home features an abundance of normal options these as, recessed panel cabinetry, two vehicle garages, all-natural fuel heat, and central air conditioning.”

Custom made options are also accessible.

Design on the first stage of the development started in 2019. Twenty of the 28 residences in the very first stage have been finished and eight are even now beneath development. Twenty-7 of the properties in the 1st period have been purchased.

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“Most homesites in Spring Meadow Reserve back up to open space, supplying you privateness and all-natural sights in a tranquil nation environment,” Moyer explained. “The group is enhanced by sidewalks and streetlights, leading to a spacious common location with a tranquil stream for citizens to love.”

The advancement is in the Cumberland Valley College District.

A third period is also prepared for the job. The complete progress is expected to be done in 2025.

A current model home is located at 300 Reserve Lane. A new product home will be crafted in stage two.

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