If you’ve been considering homeownership but haven’t found the idyllic neighborhood of your dreams, it might be time to check out Haven Pines, C&E Wurzer’s laid-back development in Altoona. The even terrain is easy to navigate and landscape, and the proximity to the new Altoona Elementary School is unbeatable. It’s less than a mile from Lake Altoona County Park, where residents of all ages can enjoy summer days in a boat or on a sandy beach.
This neighborhood is a straight shot to Altoona’s bustling River Prairie Development, where homeowners can take in weekly live music concerts, check out the brand new farmers market, grab a bite to eat at a food truck, or enjoy a day on the riverbank – all without sacrificing the tranquility of a cul-de-sac community.
With only 5 lots out of 15 still available, including a completed model-home that’s move-in ready. Three more model homes are on their way up, promicing an easy transition into a new residence.
“It’s a great spot to either be a first-time homebuyer or downsizing empty-nester,” Craig Wurzer, Wurzer said. The best part is, buying a lot in Haven Pines gives residents the chance to customize their home to their heart’s content. It will be the perfect fit because it was made just for you.
Haven Pines is open to any builder, however C&E Wurzer is happy to offer design and construction services to anyone moving into the community. Thanks to a close relationship between the businesses, building clients of C&E Wurzer are able to tour Lake Hallie Cabinets and Design’s interior design showroom, where they can see and select home finishings that work with their style and budget.
C&E Wurzer is a family-owned and operated company. They pride themselves on honesty, and quality, making sure to be up-front and communicative. It’s their goal to provide strong, lasting homes where families can grow and thrive.
Lots in Haven Pines average about a half an acre each, starting in the mid-$30,000s. The total expected investment for a home in this neighborhood ranges from $250,000 to $300,000. Lots are on city water and sewer in the Altoona school district. Public school students from this neighborhood would attend Altoona Elementary, Altoona Intermediate and Middle School, and Altoona High School.
“It's a great spot to either be a first-time homebuyer or a downsizing empty nester.”
– Craig Wurzer, C&E Wurzer Builders