One of the most important aspects of deciding if Pennswood Village is the perfect community for you, is choosing which floor plan works best for you. Which do you envision as your future home? From cozy studio apartments to spacious two-bedroom layouts and everything in between, Pennswood Village offers a floor plan to fit your personal needs.
Are you looking for a spacious apartment home that will be able to accommodate visiting family? Do you prefer seating areas in your bedroom? Is having a library or reading area in your home a must? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Expanded Two-Bedroom with Den may be the perfect floor plan for you. And, you wouldn’t be alone in choosing this layout. This floor plan is one of the most popular floor plans offered at Pennswood. Read the full article »
Now that summer is just around the corner, many of us are thinking about planning our vacation getaways. But, often when you’re planning your vacation, you must make arrangements for your home, too. While many people feel uneasy about leaving their home unattended for an extended period of time, Pennswood residents can go on vacation without worry.
Living at Pennswood means you can feel confident leaving your home because teams of attentive staff will handle all of the at-home arrangements for you. Being a resident at Pennswood means you can take advantage of leaving your home unattended while you travel to your favorite destinations, whether it be to the beach, to the mountains, to the city, or just to visit family. Read the full article »
In the March issue of Village Voices, a publication of the Pennswood Village Residents Association, Pennswood resident Leslie Wendel invited fellow residents to participate in a limerick contest. The challenge was to supply a missing fifth line to complete nine different limericks about their fellow Pennswood residents. The response was overwhelming, and with more than 72 responses, it was difficult to determine the winners.
For each limerick, a first and second place winner was selected. There is also an overall contest winner. To win the contest, residents had to come up with the most imaginative, creative, nonsensical, or funny lines. And, it has to rhyme, of course! Read the full article »