The Limited is the latest home series by Pennwest Homes, offering seven new floorplans to choose from. The Limited’s trademark is the Flex Room. The Flex Room offers ten creative way to utilize your new space. Not to mention the Back Kitchen, Power Pantry, Welcome Home Valet, and the Connect Laundry features. The point is, we’re were to make life easier for you. The Limited also has new features specific to this home series. Check it out now!
Finding the right model for you or your family is our top priority and as the manufacturer we strive to produce the very best homes. We network through qualified builders across the North Eastern part of the United States to bring the Pennwest Homes name to you.
The first step in your home buying search is our ‘Find a Builder’ page to help search builders in or near your area. Selecting a builder will start the conversation about price, financing, land, and time frames. They will take the time to go over all your questions, because we understand the commitment of home buying and want to make it as easy as possible.
Even after your home is delivered and set, your builder will be your reach out guide when it comes to service or general questions about your Pennwest Home.
Ready for the Fall season, but not entirely ready to let go of Summer? Sherwin Williams new August Color of the Month- Perle Noir is here to ease you into the coming season. Accented the perfect lighting fixture and light hues of summer, this cool charcoal tone will illuminate any room in your favorite Commodore home!
Our Hanging Foyer light option set against Perle Noir is sure to make an entrance!
As the price of lumber rises, so does the market value of the average new multifamily home. According to Random Lengths, there has been a 130% increase since mid-April, which translates to over $6K in market value as of August 21st, 2020.
Prices continue to rise even after stats are ran.
‘The price of the home to the ultimate buyer has gone up by even somewhat more than this, due to factors such as interest on construction loans, brokers’ fees, and margins required to attract capital to residential construction and get construction loans underwritten. For items such as lumber that are purchased and used throughout the construction process, NAHB has estimated that the buyer’s price will increase by an additional 19.2%’