Keystone Custom Homes Inc. today announced two new communities, Charleston Ridings in Dauphin County and Timberlake in Berks County.
Both communities offer single-family homes, according to a news release.
“Keystone has seen a lot of expansion in this past year,” said Janette Hawkins, vice president of marketing and information technology at Manheim Township-based Keystone. “We are really looking forward to continuing growth with these two new communities.”
Charleston Ridings is priced from the $260,000s and is within Central Dauphin School District, convenient to a bordering park, major routes, entertainment and shopping, Keystone said.
Timberlake, in Wernersville, has homes priced from the $230,000s in Wilson School District. Keystone says the homes are convenient to Route 422 and minutes from a variety of shopping and dining choices.
Keystone is central Pennsylvania's largest locally owned home builder.