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New Homes in Robinson Township, PA Announced by Heartland Homes

One of the Nation's largest homebuilding companies unveils a new, luxury single-family plan offered at Stafford Park in Robinson Township, PA

ROBINSON TOWNSHIP, Pa., Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- NVR, Inc. (NYSE: NVR), one of the nation's largest homebuilding and mortgage banking companies, announces the grand opening of its new Kingsmill single-family model home at Stafford Park in Robinson Township, Pennsylvania. Built by NVR's Heartland Homes division, Stafford Park is a luxurious enclave of elegant Pittsburgh-area homes with sites of up to a half-acre. Homes at Stafford Park are priced from the $340,000's.

Stafford Park is centrally located in the greater Pittsburgh area near excellent shopping, restaurants and entertainment. Homebuyers will find a host of luxury amenities provided as standard features in every home. Residents have easy access to Cranberry Township, the South Hills and the city of Pittsburgh via nearby interstates 79 and 376. The convenient Robinson Township location is close to the Robinson Town Centre, offering familiar chains such as IKEA. The Robinson Mall and Settlers Ridge shopping centers are nearby as well. Travelers will find the Pittsburgh Airport is within an easy drive of the community. Homeowners at Stafford Park will have Clever Park within walking distance, offering a swimming pool, a playground and a ball field along with volleyball, basketball and tennis courts. Families will find plenty of picnic spaces. Several golf courses are in the area, as well as Settler's Cabin County Park.

The well-designed Kingsmill model is one of several layouts available at Stafford Park. The Kingsmill decorated model features 4,060 square feet of living space, 5 bedrooms and 4 and one-half bathrooms. Step into the dramatic two-story entrance foyer and prepare to be impressed by this remarkable home. A formal tray ceiling dining room, home office and laundry room are on the main level. An expansive center-island kitchen is in the heart of the home, offering an eat-in dinette for casual meals. The adjacent family room is enhanced with a cozy fireplace, making it an inviting spot for get-togethers with family and friends. Upstairs are five spacious bedrooms, including a master suite with a spa-like personal bath featuring a dual-sink vanity along with a separate shower and a corner soaking tub. Owners will appreciate two oversized walk-in closets. Another two full baths serve the additional four bedrooms. The lower level features a finished basement with a media room, wet bar and a full bath. Residents will benefit from standard features including 9-foot ceilings on the first and second floors, hardwood flooring, ceramic flooring and granite countertops. The Kingsmill is finished with appealing crown moulding for an extra touch of luxury.

Like all new Heartland Homes, those at Stafford Park are fully ENERGY STAR® Certified, yielding monthly utility bills up to 30% lower than standard homes, according to the EPA. All Heartland Homes also carry 10-year structural warranties, and are independently verified for quality by a third-party inspection company. For further information about Heartland Homes' new Stafford Park community, please phone (412) 512-6671 or visit www.heartlandluxuryhomes.com.

About NVR

NVR, Inc. operates in two business segments: homebuilding and mortgage banking. The homebuilding unit sells and builds homes under the Ryan Homes, NVHomes, Fox Ridge Homes and Heartland Homes trade names, and operates in 27 metropolitan areas in 14 states and Washington, D.C. For more information about NVR, Inc. and its brands, visit www.nvrinc.com, www.ryanhomes.com, www.nvhomes.com, www.foxridgehomes.com and www.heartlandluxuryhomes.com.

The information in this press release is subject to change and the pricing and other features of any NVR-built home will be established at the time of sale. ENERGY STAR® is a registered trademark owned by the U.S. government.

SOURCE NVR, Inc.

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