Laurel Grove
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About the Neighborhood

For the 1st time in Pine Township, residents have a charming neighborhood where they can Live, Connect and Play! All within feet from the Pine Richland High School/Middle School campus.
Laurel Grove is the first of its kind in the township, setting the bar high for this new village-style neighborhood. Strategic master planning, quality home construction and design are what sets Laurel Grove apart from all others in the area. Capturing the essence of integrating families busy lifestyles and their desire to connect with their neighbors. As the exclusive single-family homebuilder for Laurel Grove, we are excited to bring our fresh, innovative architecture to the neighborhood.

There is a little something for everyone at Laurel Grove. Whether your children want to walk down the street to meet their friends at the park, or take a family stroll through the walking trails, Laurel Grove has you covered. Not to mention the community Clubhouse and Pool to keep your family entertained all year round! Want to catch a high school football game, or middle school volleyball match – simply walk across the street and you’re there! Say good-bye to time lost driving back and forth to school and sporting events!

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Neighborhood Amenities

Sidewalks & Walking Trail

Clubhouse & Pool

Mini Parks

Home Site Features

Private & Wooded Backyards
Average of 1/2 Acre

Tree-Lined Views

Community Location

Directly across from the Pine Richland High School on Warrendale Road.
To tour a decorated model please visit our Cambridge model minutes away at 903 Penticon Lane, Warrendale, PA 15086

Driving Directions:

From Rt. 19 in Warrendale, turn onto Warrendale Bayne Rd. heading EAST for 0.8 mi. Turn LEFT onto Warrendale Road and continue for 3 miles. Laurel Grove will be on your Left.

School Information

Pine Richland School District – Ranked #8 in Western PA
Richland Elementary School
The Pine-Richland School District has a grand and honored history. Math and science have become a significant focus during the district’s early years, and today the focus is on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM).