Since 1969, Woodcrest Homes has been helping families just like yours forge lasting memories in our quality custom built homes.
Poured concrete foundations, custom-built kitchens and baths by the Shady Grove Planing Mill, “real” hardwood flooring, solid oak staircases, six-inch exterior walls; and your choice of Andersen, Marvin or Pella windows just to name a few. And we don't use just drywall, we still offer plaster! At Woodcrest, we don't believe in standard features. We see every home as an opportunity to give the customer what they want, not what we think they should have.
Woodcrest provides every customer with design assistance, financial guidance, and the best customer service money can buy. Referral customers are a fundamental element in our marketing mix.
Woodcrest is located in the rolling hills of south central Pennsylvania less than an hour from Maryland and approximately 90 minutes from both Baltimore and Washington D.C. Woodcrest features wooded homesites from 1/3 acre to over 4 acres with breathtaking views of the Cumberland Valley. From the Tuscarora Mountains to the west, the spectacular view sweeps down the valley into Maryland and West Virginia. Every home is equipped with public water and sewer, as well as clean, efficient natural gas.
Enjoy life in this quiet rural setting that's surrounded by the Michaux State Forest and less than one-half mile from the Appalachian Trail. Plus, there are many golf courses located within a half an hour of Woodcrest: Penn National, Fountainhead Country Club, Carroll Valley, Black Rock, Beaver Creek, Musket Ridge and Whiskey Creek to mention a few. The Waynesboro Country Club, a private, full amenities club, is right across the street. Enjoying a great course for the simple pleasures of golf or take on the challenge of a signature course... and you won't need a long drive.
And don't forget all the incredible tax benefits of living and retiring in Pennsylvania. While most of our taxes are generally lower. Pennsylvania is one of the few states that do not tax your retirement income. That's right! If you live in Pennsylvania, the state does not tax your retirement income. That's a deal you can't get anywhere in Maryland.