It can be hard the choose the right community for you. We believe that South Fayette is a good bet to build in. Here are just a few of the top reasons you should consider this township for your new custom home.
Certified Gold Community
South Fayette Township has earned gold through the voluntary Sustainable Pennsylvania Community Certification program. These results show that this community is committed to economic development, social equity and environmental quality.
Top School District
The Pittsburgh Business Times published its 2018 Honor Roll of top public school districts in the 5-county Pittsburgh region and our South Fayette community made the cut. The South Fayette Township School District earned the #1 spot among local districts, as well as ranking #3 statewide.
Room To Grow
South Fayette has had robust housing growth in recent years, partly because they have premium land. This township has all the shopping and dining you could need along Washington Pike. The area transitions quickly to suburban and even a rural and woodsy in feel in some places, this community gives homeowners the opportunity to spread out and build on spacious, scenic lots. New home neighborhoods offer a sense of community, but let everyone enjoy some privacy.
South Fayette township ranks on the low end of property taxes, both in the bottom third of millage rates among the more than 100 municipalities in Allegheny County. At the same time, new homes built in this community hold its value.
At Allegheny County’s Western edge, South Fayette is within 15 miles of downtown Pittsburgh. It is close to both Pittsburgh International Airport and work locations in Allegheny, Beaver and especially Southpointe, Washington County.
The popularity of South Fayette has resulted in stable communities that let you live close to or in a natural, park-like environment, with shopping and other businesses just a short drive away.
We are always happy to share information about the neighborhoods where we are building, or to evaluate your own lot for a custom home project. Contact us — we’d love to talk with you!