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Ryan Homes in Ross Township, PA
Welcome to Ross Township, a scenic suburb with new construction north of Pittsburgh. You will love living in the hills of Allegheny County, where you can experience the best of the greater Pittsburgh area and beyond. With I-279 easily accessible, downtown Pittsburgh is just 15 minutes away, so you can continue your career in the medical and professional fields, IT or education at one of the universities downtown. Additionally, ridesharing apps and the Port Authority Transit bus lines are available, for a simple commute. With downtown Pittsburgh nearby, you can enjoy a range of shopping and dining options in shopping areas like Galleria, the Waterworks Mall and Station Square. If you’d like to stay local, The Block Northway, as well as the restaurants along Route 19 and McKnight Road, are even closer, offering you more restaurants and boutiques to try. You can find everything within a short drive from Ross Township.
Weekends in Ross Township
Having downtown Pittsburgh so close to your new home opens up a variety of opportunities for weekend leisure, but there’s still plenty to do locally around Ross Township. For a bit of outdoor fun, play a few sets of tennis at Scharmyn Park, join a pickup game at the Ross Municipal Center Park, or run the bases at the Ted Bartlett Memorial Field. You could also visit Pittsburgh to explore Point State Park, which has forested trails for hiking and biking, as well as water trails for kayaking and fishing. Located at the intersection of three major rivers, this large park also contains Fort Pitt, along with a museum where you can learn about the British fort’s roles in the Seven Years’ War and the American Revolution. The Carnegie Science Center, Andy Warhol Museum and Carnegie Museum of Natural History are also worth a stop in downtown PIttsburgh. As the sun sets, Pittsburgh’s nightlife comes alive. Catch a concert at the Benedum Center, musicals at the Byham Theater or a comedy performance at the the CLO Cabaret. The bars and eateries downtown in the Golden Triangle are perfect for an evening out. You could even head to PPG Paints Arena to see the PIttsburgh Penguins play, PNC Park to watch the Pittsburgh Pirates or Heinz Field to a Pittsburgh Steelers game. With Pittsburgh so close, there’s no limit to a weekend in Ross Township. New homes in the area let you take it all in.
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