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Welcoming Two New Communities to Western Pennsylvania

Welcoming Two New Communities to Western Pennsylvania

Imagine living a life of convenience every day. You drop your kids off at their top-quality school, run a quick errand to the local mall or grocery store, and then cruise home to a beautifully designed neighborhood with ample views of gorgeous scenery. With Infinity Homes, you can make this fantasy a reality


Over the last 10 years, Infinity Homes has built homes with high-quality craftsmanship and an unparalleled customer experience. We care about our homebuyers so much that when you build with us, you become a part of the Infinity family. Building throughout the Pittsburgh area, you’ll find our expertly built homes in the cities of Mars, Cranberry Township, Seven Fields, Gibsonia, Marshall Township, Venetia, and Peters Township. Each community is filled with thoughtful amenities, nearby schools, and modern designed floor plans ready to welcome you home!


Without further ado, we’re excited to welcome two new communities to the already expansive list. Here we’ll be highlighting Sonoma Heights and Sugarbrooke.

Sonoma Heights in Marshall Township


Coming soon to Marshall Township is the picturesque community of Sonoma Heights. Just 25 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, you and your family can enjoy the quiet, rural lifestyle with many fun attractions nearby. With a quick drive, you and your kids can visit the exciting Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park, UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex, and the Tri-County Soccer & Sports Center. Even better, they will be able to attend top-rated schools in the highly ranked North Allegheny School District. It’s also conveniently located minutes away from the business districts and cultural centers of Cranberry and Wexford.


Aside from the location, this community will include spacious homesites with gorgeous views of trees and greenery. Picture taking a relaxing stroll through the neighborhood and then coming home to the privacy of your large backyard with even more landscape views to enjoy. We’ve also included side entry garages for maximum curb appeal and easy access to your home from the driveway. In Sonoma Heights, you can’t go wrong!


Sugarbrook in Peters Township


There’s nothing like living in a community surrounded by all of the conveniences you want and need close by. Conveniently located in Peters Township, Sugarbrook boasts easy access to Route 19, where you’ll find the South Hills Village Mall, Whole Foods, and the Galleria Mall for unlimited shopping. Plan a full day with the family playing in Peterswood Park, catching a show at the Outdoor Ampitheater, or walking along the Arrowhead Trail or Montour Trail. There’s so much to get excited about in this rural town filled with shopping, dining, and parks to enjoy. On top of all of that, you’ll get to take advantage of the low taxes of Washington County.


What also makes this community so unique is the option for single-family homesites AND first-floor owner’s suite—low-maintenance homesites. No matter your family’s needs, at Sugarbrook, you can really have it all!


We hope you’re just as excited about these two amazing upcoming communities as we are. We encourage you to join the VIP list for Sonoma Heights and Sugarbrook and be the first to get information about when lots will be released for sale. However, if you need to move right away, we still have plenty of just as amazing communities for you to view near Pittsburgh. We’re more than happy to help you find your Infinity dream home both now and later.

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