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New Homes in Washington County, Pennsylvania
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Washington County is in a picturesque area of Pennsylvania just 40 miles from Pittsburgh. The county boasts more than 20 of the more than 200 historic covered bridges located in the state, adding to the scenic charm. Washington County is known as a prime area for antiquing, and visitors and residents alike will find a vibrant cultural scene here, from galleries to theater and the symphony—and our new-construction homes in Washington County, PA, offer proximity to this area's many attractions. Our new homes in Washington County offer up to five bedrooms, along with desirable amenities, including a first-floor owner's suite and a two-car garage.
New Homes in Washington County Near Shopping, Dining, Employers
Washington County residents will find a large selection of casual restaurants along with fine-dining restaurant options nearby. The area mall offers anchor box stores such as Home Depot, and the Tanger Outlet Center offers more than 80 brand name stores, including Banana Republic, Gymboree, Nike and Ann Taylor. Residents also can take advantage of the Shoppes at Quail Acres, Washington Crown Center, and Old Mill Shopping Center. In addition, there are specialty shops like confectioneries and antique shops close by. Performing arts lovers will enjoy nearby theaters, and for those who feel lucky, there is the Meadows Racetrack & Casino.
Fans of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Pirates and Steelers; WVU Football; and Pitt Panther Football and Basketball will find themselves in the perfect location. Young people can participate in the PONY League baseball and softball games every year, which has a world series in Washington County. Outdoor activities are plentiful at Mingo Creek Park, Canonsburg Town Park and Pool and other recreation facilities. Our homes for sale in Washington County are near Springhouse Farm, Simmons Farm, and Triple B Farm, where everyone can enjoy the pleasures of the country lifestyle. The CONSOL Energy Park offers concerts, circuses and carnivals, and the Washington County Fair is an annual tradition. The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum provides scenic rides on vintage streetcars, and special events like the Pumpkin Patch Trolley celebrate the delights of the season.
Come see what makes buying a new home in Washington County such an attractive opportunity for Pennsylvania living—contact a Ryan Homes representative today.