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Kick Off the Beginning of Summer at the Lancaster Parade of Homes

Keystone Custom Homes will again be participating in this year’s Parade of Homes in Lancaster. The Parade of Homes is presented by the Building Industry Association (BIA) and has become the biggest home event of the summer. The event kicks off Saturday, June 11 and runs through Sunday, June 19. More than 20 local homebuilders […]

Only One Home Site Remains at New Keystone Community

Mount Airy is one of Keystone Custom Homes’ newest communities. Located in Shrewsbury, these new York County homes are priced from the $300,000s. Residents enjoy a secluded environment in this five-home enclave community, while remaining convenient to a number of options for activities and entertainment. Keystone is offering more than 10 of their most popular […]

Keystone Custom Homes Offering Free Upgrades In April

Keystone Custom Homes is excited to offer three designer upgrades in new homes through the month of April. Featuring some of the most popular design options, Keystone creates dream homes. The beautiful Kennedy fireplace is the perfect way to accent your family room with décor and accents specific to your tastes and preferences. Hang family […]

Special Pricing on New Carroll County Homes

Local home builder Keystone Custom Homes is now building in Hampstead, Maryland. Castle Farms, starting from the $390,000s, is an easy commute to Westminster or Baltimore. Buyers can select from a variety of unique, ranch-style, two-story or first floor master floor plans that allow plenty of room for personalization. For peace of mind, Keystone homes […]

Only One Home Remains Within Private Enclave in York County

Local home builder Keystone Custom Homes is excited to announce that only one home site remains within their brand new community at Apple Tree Court, priced from the $320,000s. Located in Southern York County, this enclave of seven home sites is ready for a family to personalize it into a home. This exclusive Shrewsbury community […]