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Long Ridge, Coraopolis PA

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Developer sold out
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108 Long Valley Drive, Kennedy, PA

Community by Ryan Homes

Single Family Home
- Units
3 - 4 Bedrooms
Complete

Overview

Long Ridge is a new single family home community By Ryan Homes at 108 Long Valley Drive, Kennedy.
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Long Ridge details

Building Type:Single Family Home
Ownership:Fee simple
Selling Status:Sold Out
Construction Status:Complete
Builder(s): By Ryan Homes
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Long Ridge marketing summary

Welcome home to Long Ridge, Ryan Homes' community of new single-family homes in Kennedy Township with Montour School District. This community is simply an unbeatable new home value for a Kennedy Township address just minutes from Downtown Pittsburgh.

Long Ridge Estates is comprised of two cul-de-sac streets with no thru street offering a wooded backdrop giving beautiful backyard views. Choose from walk out basements or level entries accommodating anyone's lifestyle.
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Last update: Jun 23, 2015
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