Keystone Custom Homes debuts communities in Dauphin, Berks counties
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.