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Should First-Time Homeowners Buy New Homes or Older Homes

Should First-Time Homeowners Buy New Homes or Older Homes?

August 28, 2019

Of all the debates that one could have about the process of buying a home, perhaps none is more contentious than the debate between those who want a new home and those who want a pre-owned home. In this article, we will explore that debate and attempt to resolve the issue once and for all. Older Homes: The Pros: Let’s...
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Hideaway Farms Model Home for Sale

October 12, 2018

Luxury Carlyle Model is Now for Sale Hideaway Farms, a community of new homes in Downingtown School District, is quickly approaching sell-out. As a result, the luxury Carlyle model is now for sale. The 3,700 +/- square foot home includes many designer upgrades. The home is on a professionally landscaped, ¾ acre home site backing to trees. The Carlyle has...
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Roads are in at Westtown Woods in West Chester School District

August 8, 2018

Westtown Woods is Now Open Westtown Woods is now open by appointment. The new luxury homes are in the award-winning West Chester Area School District. Roads are in so you can see the beautiful setting and choose your home site. Only 15 homes will be built so don’t wait!  Superb Location Westtown Woods is in a superb location only minutes...
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Southdown Homes 2017 Review

February 12, 2018

2017 Another Success for Southdown Homes Southdown Homes of Downingtown is a locally owned and operated residential building company established in 1991. The company has built homes in over 20 communities in Chester County, Pennsylvania and will soon open another. Southdown’s success continued in 2017 with a total of 47 sales and 54 settlements. Current communities are located in Downingtown, Malvern...
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Southdown Homes Event Saturday, September 16

September 6, 2017

Southdown Homes Event – Meet the Builder Visit Southdown Homes’ Communities from 11am to 5pm Don’t miss our next Southdown Homes Event. Meet the Builder on Saturday, September 16 from 11am to 5pm. Tour models and quick move-in homes. You can also meet the team of Southdown Homes professionals who make your dreams come true. Visit Pickering Crossing in Malvern,...
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Saturday, May 13 – Meet the Builder at Southdown Homes

May 9, 2017

Join us for the Southdown Homes Meet the Builder event from 11am to 5pm on Saturday, May 13 at Pickering Crossing in Malvern, Preserve at Hideaway Farms in West Brandywine, The Traditions and Estates at Hideaway Farms and The Estates at Bright Glade Farms in Downingtown. Tour our models and quick delivery homes and meet the team of Southdown Homes...
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SOUTHDOWN HOMES Among Winners at 2017 Synergy Awards

April 6, 2017

The Home Builders Association of Chester & Delaware Counties (HBA) held its 2017 Synergy Awards ceremony, March 30, 2017 at Presidential Caterers in East Norriton. Southdown Homes received two of the prestigious awards. Pickering Crossing was awarded the Best Land/Engineering Plan and Southdown Homes was the recipient of the award for Best Renovated Basement. Pickering Crossing is a community of...
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Southdown Homes 2016 in Review

January 25, 2017

Locally owned and operated Southdown Homes of Downingtown, has been building residential homes in Chester County for more than 25 years. The company enjoyed continued success in 2016 with 51 sales and 50 settlements for the year. Current communities are located in Downingtown, Malvern and Elverson. Southdown Homes honors a tradition of building new, high quality residential homes in desirable locations...
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New Lawrence and Milton Models Coming Soon to Pickering Crossing

September 27, 2016

Southdown Homes will soon introduce two new Pickering Crossing twin home models that are now in the final design stages. Each will have four bedrooms including a full floor master suite, 2-1/2 baths and two-car, rear entry garages. The upstairs master suite will occupy the entire third floor of the home and has a large sitting room, spacious bedroom and...
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