Wednesday June 3, 2015
Grandview may be Charter's newest Lancaster County neighborhood, but step inside one of the homes in this historic area and you'll feel its charm welcome you like an old friend.
Finding new homes that have all of the modern conveniences is easy. New homes built with modern conveniences and character? Now your choices are more limited. But not in Grandview.
"Here, character begins at the top and your ceiling is your canvas."
Here, character begins at the top and your ceiling is your canvas. Detailed molding provides a pleasing, finished look to a room. Deep tray ceilings designed in different patterns add architectural interest and become a beautiful addition to your furnishings.
Hardwood banisters and hand-painted spindles, reminiscent of an earlier time, guide you to the next floor. And speaking of floors, hand-scraped, wide-planked hardwoods add depth and ground these light, bright and airy homes.
Farm-inspired kitchens with deep sinks, subway tile and bead board lined islands blend easily with today's sleeker stainless steel appliances and soften what is the heart of the home.
Although Grandview is a young neighborhood, it's story makes it wise beyond its years. We hope you visit the model home in all its glory during the Lancaster Parade of Homes beginning June 13.