Clifton Park II

Emerald Fields is nestled within a cozy location, right off Mt. Pleasant Road, in Pine Township near Gibsonia – roughly 30 minutes north of downtown Pittsburgh. The beautiful forest surroundings present a secluded and enchanted setting, yet Emerald Fields is only a few minutes from major transportation routes like the PA Turnpike and I-79, and commercial arteries like Perry Highway, Wexford Road and Babcock Boulevard.

The luxurious homes of Emerald Fields come with an array of luxury features. The homes sites are spacious and feature magnificent homes with natural masonry fronts and HardiePlank® Siding. Emerald Fields homeowners will also enjoy an upgraded landscaping package, concrete driveways, lawn sprinkler systems in front yards and stone address markers. Well-equipped homes in this community start in the $500s.

Clifton Park II KitchenWith six luxury home designs available to build (including two estate homes), the home of your dreams can easily be made a reality at Emerald Fields. All new homes built will include 9’ ceilings on the first & second floors, side entry two-car garage, built-in GE stainless steel appliances, granite kitchen countertops, kitchen island, maple kitchen cabinets, crown moulding, fireplace in family room, hardwood flooring in the kitchen, foyer, powder room & first floor hall and much more!

The Preview Party will be held at our The Village at Camp Trees model home on Thursday, March 13th from 5:30pm – 7:30pm. Receive exclusive information including timeline for development work to be completed, site map layout, home site release date and pricing!

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About Jackie Askews

Jackie Askews is a Marketing Coordinator and Graphic Designer with a background in Advertising. She earned her Bachelor's degree in Communications from Robert Morris University. She has a passion for eye-catching layouts, awesome marketing strategies, well-written novels and of course, shoes! She believes that great design is in the details so she continuously strives to convey that message by being as visually creative as possible.