December 16, 2014: Bill Koch, Sr., President of CCS Building Group, is pleased to announce that construction is underway for the Penrose Carriage Homes at Dunwoody Village. The 40 new villa-style homes are being constructed on a 14 acre parcel at 3500 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, PA 19073. Five floor plan options are available ranging from single level homes starting at 2,105 square feet to two level homes up to 4,125 square feet. Features include 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, open floor plan, stucco and stone exterior, great room, custom open kitchen, plenty of windows for natural light, gas stove and fireplace, covered patio, two-car garages, and abundant storage space.
The homes are situated in peaceful surroundings that provide privacy. Maintenance free living includes snow removal, landscaping, exterior maintenance and weekly housekeeping. The first units are expected to be completed by Summer 2015. Special pre-construction pricing is available. Included with the project is the renovation of a stone farmhouse into office space for Dunwoody Village administrative use. A barn will also be renovated for use as a grounds maintenance facility. For more information call 610-359-4400 or visit the website at www.dunwoody.org.
About CCS Building Group
CCS Building Group is headquartered in Willow Street, Pennsylvania. The award winning firm is an innovative leader in the construction of senior living communities and other commercial projects. CCS Building Group’s involvement in each project begins at land development, offers guidance through pre-construction and design, and management to completion. For more information, visit the firm’s website at www.ccsbuilds.staging.wpengine.com.
About Dunwoody Village
Dunwoody Village is located in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania and has a 40 year history as a continuing care retirement community. It features award winning, 5 star rated healthcare and rehabilitation services. The location is ideal with acres of walkable green space and nearby shopping conveniences. For more information visit the community’s website at www.dunwoody.org.
Pictured in the photo from the November 12, 2014 project ground breaking – from left to right: Justin Nolt (CCS Building Group), Andy Smith (CCS Building Group), Bill Koch, Sr. (CCS Building Group), Frank Beech (Dunwoody Village), Mark Hackenburg (RGS Associates), Wes Kuehnle (Dunwoody Village), Len Bradley (RGS Associates), Chris Venarchick (RGS Associates), Art Bernardon (Bernardon Haber Holloway Architects), Doug Hertsenberg (Bernardon Haber Holloway Architects).