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Development offers a bit of West Virginia heaven

November 05, 2005|Submitted by Panhandle Homes of Berkeley County

Almost heaven ... West Virginia ... and the most heavenly site may be Brookfield, northern Berkeley County's newest neighborhood, located just a five-minute drive south of the Williamsport, Md. area.

Surrounded by beautiful scenery, Brookfield is touted by many as Berkeley County's outstanding development for 2006. It will have a common area on the Potomac River where residents may enjoy picnic areas, a softball field and boat ramp.

Home and lot packages include lots ranging from one-half to one acre with public water and sewer. They are nestled among 32 additional acres of picturesque preserved open and wooded space.

Panhandle Homes of Berkeley County offers a broad portfolio of one and two-story house plans at Brookfield, starting in the low $300's. All can be tailored to meet a family's specific needs. First- and second-floor master suites, one- and two-story foyers, second floor lofts, morning and sun rooms, screened porches and finished basement media and family rooms represent just a few of the many ways buyers can customize their homes.

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In addition to a number of award-winning current styles, several brand-new, thoughtfully designed home plans are available at Brookfield. Among the standard features are full basements with 9-foot walls and 6-foot area way exits, 9-foot ceilings on main levels, deluxe master suites, hardwood foyers, double-hung low E glass tilt windows, 30-year architectural roof shingles, house wrap, shutters on all sides, full screens and more.

Three Brookfield homes are under way and available for sale at pre-construction pricing, including a one-level all-brick ranch as well as two outstanding two-story designs, one with the master suite on the main level.

Brookfield is the latest in a succession of esteemed communities in Berkeley County that showcase Panhandle Homes' award-winning homes. As recipient of this September's West Virginia Association of Homebuilders' first-place state award, PHBC has now won top state honors six of the last seven years.

The Panhandle Homes formula for success is modeled after that of its parent company, Panhandle Builders, a highly respected and recognized commercial builder of local hotels, office buildings, restaurants and industrial and commercial centers.

Brookfield features a commuter-friendly location, nearby schools, churches and shopping, and top-quality homes by an award-winning builder.

Information about Brookfield is available only at PHBC's Sales Center at Hammond's Mill, located near I-81 at Exit 20 (the second West Virginia exit after crossing the Potomac). Proceed east 1/8 mile to U.S. 11, then take Rt. 11 south 1/8 mile and turn left onto Brown Road. The center is open every day. Call (304) 274-1288 for details.

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