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Heartland Homes is proud to build new homes in Pine Township, PA
Located in northwest Allegheny County, on the border of Butler County, Pine Township had a population of 11,497 living in its 16.8 square miles according to the 2010 census. This is an increase of 3,814 since the year 2000 when 7,683 people lived in 2,411 households and 2,119 families. Of these households, 51.6% had children under the age of 18; 82.2% were married couples. These households, in the year 2000, had a median income of $85,817, while families had a median income of $93,201. The per capita income was $35,202 in 2000. In 2008, the estimated median value of a house or condo was $378,294, a significant increase from $218,700 in 2000.
The Pine-Richland School District provides public education for the people of Pine Township (as well as Richland Township). Nine elected school board members govern four elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. Wexford, Hance, and Richland elementary schools educate students from kindergarten through third grade. Eden Hall Upper Elementary educates students in grades four through six. Pine-Richland Middle School teaches seventh and eighth graders before they finish their education at Pine-Richland High School. In 2012, Pittsburgh Business Times ranked the District 45th of 498 public school districts in Pennsylvania. In 2007, the middle school successfully sought recognition as a “School to Watch” by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform. The school received this honor for achieving excellence by challenging their students in a fair, democratic environment that is sensitive to the unique needs of early adolescents with highly qualified teachers and quality resources.
Residents of new homes in Pine Township can enjoy three beautiful, scenic parks and their amenities maintained by the Parks and Recreation Department. Karrington Woods Park is seven acres, two of which are usable, which picnic tables, a basketball court, a multi-purpose field and playground for toddlers. Pine Community is 105 acres, 38 of which are usable, with space for basketball, baseball, soccer, volleyball, fishing, hiking, and bocce. The site also includes the Pine Community Center, which offers batting cages, exercise equipment and ample space for all manner of family functions and special occasions. Pine Haven Park features 38 acres of land for hiking and outdoor-appreciation.
Award-winning schools, first-rate public amenities and a convenient location just ten miles North of Pittsburgh make Pine Township a wonderful suburban community in which to look for a new home. Families looking for new houses in Pine Township can buy or build in the new construction communities of Pinecrest and Stonecrest or via our build on your own lot program Heartland Everywhere.