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Spring Run provides great new-home value

May 21, 2007

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Spring Run, located east of Waynesboro near the intersection of Gehr and Stottlemeyer Roads, is about 30 minutes from Frederick and Hagerstown, nestled in rolling hills with expansive vistas, and offers homes on 1/3 acre sites.

"Waynesboro is the newest up-and-coming area for families to call home. The bypass will create opportunities for retail and residential development. Spring Run is located right off the bypass," says General Manager Randy Krom.

Minutes away from Spring Run, homeowners will find great shopping, restaurants, and recreational opportunities such as Rouzerville Commons, the Chambersburg Mall, Michaux State Park, and the Appalachian Trail.

Upon entering the community, visitors and homeowners make their way down the tree-lined boulevard framed by white fencing and a walking path. Lampposts and park benches set the mood for an evening stroll.

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With four to five bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, a two-car garage and between 2,400 to 3,400 square feet of living space, the homes in Spring Run offer more than enough room to grow. There is great attention to detail, with splendid beaded siding, architectural shingles, hardwood foyer, and more. For those who cannot wait to personalize, Ryan Homes offers available options such as a morning room, a luxury owner's suite, a brick front, a fireplace and additional living space. Ryan Homes offers several models to choose from in the Spring run community.

The Savoy ($243,990) is Ryan Homes' most popular and versatile floor plan with its traditional center hall colonial design featuring the living room on one side and the formal dining room with optional tray ceiling on the other. The family room with optional fireplace opens into the dinette and eat-in kitchen. On the upper level, the owner's suite is appointed with a large walk-in closet and dual vanities. The Savoy features four bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, a two-car garage and an unfinished lower level.

Designed as a nontraditional, two-story home that combines both drama and efficiency, the Zachary ($263,990) features an innovative design with a side staircase that overlooks the two-story open foyer. Among the most unique features of the Zachary are the column and niche details that create and accentuate the angled vistas from formal to everyday living areas. The spacious kitchen features a center island, large pantry and conveniently located laundry room. Upstairs, all the rooms branch off an open hallway that is filled with light from the two-story foyer and stairway with its unique half round window. The owner's suite features double entry doors, a huge closet and dual vanities. Included in The Zachary are four bedrooms, a two-car garage and an unfinished lower level.

The Yorkshire ($261,990) features large formal living and dining rooms opening to either side of the foyer. The generous family room adjoins the well-equipped kitchen creating a spacious and friendly family living area. The laundry room and a large pantry are conveniently located off the kitchen. Upstairs the spacious owner's suite comes standard with dual vanities and a spacious walk-in closet. The Yorkshire comes complete with four bedrooms, a two-car garage and an unfinished lower level.

The Victoria ($268,990) features an impressive two-story foyer with cascading waterfall stairs and an unobstructed view of the family room and a view of the outside rear yard. The kitchen features an island, large pantry and a planning desk. The laundry room can be expanded to accommodate hobbies, projects and storage. Upstairs, the owner's suite includes a huge walk-in closet and dual vanities. The Victoria features four large bedrooms, a two-car garage and unfinished lower level.

Designed for grace and style, the Courtland ($285,990) welcomes owners with a two-story open foyer with a secluded private study, perfect for a home office or library, behind double French doors. The living room and dining room can be divided by optional round columns. There are 9-foot ceilings standard throughout the first floor. The kitchen and dinette are centrally located to the generous family room. Upstairs, the luxury owner's suite is appointed with large closets, a corner soaking tub, separate shower and dual vanities. The Courtland includes four bedrooms, a two-car garage, unfinished lower level plus a convenient first floor laundry room.

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