Charter offers new home neighborhoods in some of the most sought after suburbs in Western PA. These new home communities can be found in Mt. Lebanon, Cranberry and South Fayette, close to all that Pittsburgh has to offer. Choose from a wide variety of maintenance free homes, move-in ready homes and single-family homes and townhomes, all designed for the way you want to live. Let our team help you select the perfect homesite and floorplan that fit your lifestyle and then modify your plan and add the details and finishes that fit you best through SimplyCustom™.
Welcome to Hastings, a new home community located in top-ranked South Fayette School District. Hastings is a place like no other, with century old trees, neighborhood walks and trails and small locally owned restaurants and shops just steps from your front door. Choose from a variety of spacious single-family homes, maintenance-free homes, and townhomes. Surrounded by 600 acres of preserved parkland and adjacent to Boyce Mayview Recreation Center, Hastings is located in one of the most desirable areas in Pittsburgh with convenient access to shopping, dining, recreation and the city.
Mt. Lebanon is home to Summit, yet another one of Charter's sought-after new home communities, located in historic Mt. Lebanon. A region valued for its rich local character and nationally recognized school systems. Summit boasts a private enclave of 11 exclusive single family estate homesites built around a private cul-de-sac with stunning hillside views, mature street trees and extra-wide sidewalks. The Pittsburgh, PA neighborhood also offers easy access to Routes 19, 51 and 376, and is situated minutes from Washington Road, a vibrant uptown business district filled with award-winning craft dining and many shopping options.
The community of Meeder is located in Cranberry Township just outside of Pittsburgh, PA. Meeder offers maintenance-free townhomes, first-floor carriage homes and single-family homes designed for the way you want to live and surrounded by green space, walking trails and small locally owned businesses.