Apple Hill and Sandy Brae Meadows are two of Maronda’s finest communities in considering their location, pricing, school district, and taxes. Are you moving into the “Cannon-Mac” school district, and wondering how the district ranks against others near by? We have taken this into account at Maronda, and in response our community specialists spoke with near by parents, students, and school district supervisors to get a better educate home buyers on the schooling their children will receive. Check out our school district profile of the area for more information!
Currently in Apple Hill, buyers can take advantage of $11,000 in custom home upgrades! Many customers inquire as to what these upgrades entail. There are hundreds of options available including fireplaces, granite counter tops, hardwood floors, breakfast nooks, sun rooms, finished lower levels, Control 4 home control system, and much more. Buyers now have the option to use our community incentives toward their closing costs- try that with a competing home builder!
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Sandy Brae is a town home community offering our St. Lawrence home design. With various modifications to the floor plans available, and a generous $15,000 customer incentive towards upgrades and closing costs, Sandy Brae is the perfect place to make a home.
These neighborhoods offer quick access to Route 79, and a down town commute route that has minimal headaches. Minutes from the Tanger Outlets, Sandy Brae and Apple Hill are conveniently located near all major retailers, grocers, and hot dining spots in the Canonsburg area.
Did we mention the low Washington County taxes? Residents of Washington County enjoy some of the lowest taxes in the area, with Allegheny county being the highest in the area. As of the census of 2000, there were 202,897 people, 81,130 households, and 56,060 families residing in the county. The population density was 237 people per square mile (91/km²). There were 87,267 housing units at an average density of 102 per square mile (39/km²). By comparison to the city of Pittsburgh, this area is much more rural, however it is small enough to have a tight knit community.
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