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New Homes in Butler County, Pennsylvania
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Butler County Homes for Sale
Welcome to Butler County, a growing slice of Western Pennsylvania waiting to welcome you into a new home. Butler County is just a quick drive from downtown Pittsburgh, with quick access via I-79, I-279, the PA Turnpike, Rt. 19, or Rt 228. This central location beside the Pittsburgh Metro Area opens up potential careers in healthcare, insurance, manufacturing, government contracting and other local industries. Companies like Verizon, Westinghouse and AK Steel Corp have a presence in the area, in addition to hospitals like the University of PIttsburgh Medical Center. With such a convenient location, Heartland Homes in Butler County, PA is the ideal place for you to settle in and enjoy your surroundings.
Heartland Homes North of Pittsburgh
Nearby Butler, Cranberry, and Sarver, our houses for sale in Butler County offer easy access to weekend activities. You also can easily head into PIttsburgh and Butler County’s own towns to shop and dine at your leisure. Stop by the boutiques at Butler Crossing, Cranberry Mall, Clearview Mall, Pullman Square or Alameda Plaza to find everything you could need, while enjoying the range of restaurants in these shopping areas. If you’re looking for some outdoor entertainment, stroll into any of the county’s beautiful parks. You could swim at Evans City Pool & Park, hike through Moraine State Park or play soccer at Slippery Rock Park. Golfers will enjoy a Sunday round at Conley Resort & Golf Course, Lake Arthur Golf Club, or the Cranberry Highlands Golf Course in Butler County, PA. Our new homes put you in the middle of it all.
A trip to Pittsburgh widens your weekend options even further. Later, you could head into Pittsburgh to take in the sights and museums that draw visitors into this thriving city. Visit the Fort PItt to learn about its pivotal role in the Revolutionary War, or head to the Carnegie Museum of Natural History to see artifacts from some of the earliest civilizations on earth. As the sun sets, Pittsburgh’s nightlife is easily within reach from new construction near Butler County. Watch a comedy show at the CLO Cabaret, catch a musical at the Byham Theater, or see a concert at the Benedum Center. You’ll also find plenty of bars and restaurants in downtown PIttsburgh, offering nearly infinite evening entertainment. With so much to do around every block, you will love taking in the city from your new home.