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Silvercrest Condominium Homes


• 8" Poured foundation walls
• 4" poured concrete, insulated basement floors
• 2x6 Exterior Wall Construction with ½" Exterior Sheathing
• 12" ICF Dividing Party Wall between units (6" concrete, 6" foam)
• Sound, Fire, & Security Dividing Walls
• Building Wrap Vapor Barrier / Insulated Walls and Ceilings
• Asphalt Architectural 30 Year Roof Shingles
• Low Maintenance Vinyl Siding
• Energy-efficient High Performance National Vinyl Windows
• Fiberglass Exterior Doors


• 200 AMP / Circuit Breaker Electrical
• Gas Furnace with Central Air Conditioning In Every Unit
• Smoke, Heat, & Carbon Monoxide Detectors
• Porcelain Plumbing Fixtures
• Stainless Two-Basin Sink with Garbage Disposal
• Master Bath – Single Bowl Vanity with Fiberglass 4ft Shower with Simmons Valve
• Guest Bath – Single Bowl Vanity with Fiberglass 5ft Tub/Shower with Simmons Valves
• Wired for Cable and Telephone in all rooms


• Professionally Painted Walls and Ceilings
• Open floor plan with cathedral ceiling
• Ceramic tiled kitchen and bath floors
• Laminate Counter Tops and Seamless Backsplash
• Whirlpool Dishwasher and Built-In Microwave/Range Hood
• Wood Flooring in Living Room and Carpeted Bedrooms


Condominium Association Fee Includes:
• Master Insurance Policy • Legal & Professional Services • Landscaping • Snow Removal of Driveways, Roadways & Sidewalks
• Exterior Maintenance & Repairs • Electricity In Common Areas (Street Lights) • Town Garbage & Recycling Pick-Up ( )
• Future Repair & Replacement Fund
Condominium Fee - $150.00/month
Individual Owners are responsible for their own taxes, water and sewer bills.

--- R.G Penfield and Sons Builders will manage the Condominium Association until the development is 70% occupied
at which time owners take over and an association may be formed.--

Energy Star Certified- Good for you and Great for the Environment

1. Effective Insulation
Properly installed and inspected insulation in floors, walls, and attics ensures even temperatures throughout the house, reduced energy use, and increased comfort. The 2x6 walls have an insulation value of R-19.
2. High-Performance Windows
Energy-efficient windows employ advanced technologies, such as protective coatings and improved frames, to help keep heat in during winter and out during summer. These windows also block damaging ultraviolet sunlight that can discolor carpets and furnishings.
3. Tight Construction and Ducts
Sealing holes and cracks in the home's "envelope" and in heating and cooling duct systems helps reduce drafts, moisture, dust, pollen, and noise. A tightly sealed home improves comfort and indoor air quality while reducing utility and maintenance.
4. Efficient Heating and Cooling Equipment
In addition to using less energy to operate, the York energy-efficient heating and cooling systems can be quieter, reduce indoor humidity, and improve the overall comfort of the home. When properly installed into a tightly sealed home, this equipment won't have to work so hard to heat and cool the home. Learn more about:
5. High-Performance Exterior Doors
Energy-efficient Insulated, Fiberglass Exterior Doors offer a polystyrene core to help provide up to five times the insulating value of a standard wood door.
6. Third-Party Verification
With the help of independent Home Energy Raters, ENERGY STAR builder partners choose the most appropriate energy-saving features for their homes. Additionally, raters conduct onsite testing and inspections to verify the energy efficiency.