Villa-style subdivision set to be third in North Huntingdon
Developers plan to build a subdivision of villa homes, commonly known as single-family attached homes, on Elliot Drive in North Huntingdon.
The township planning commission approved a plan for the Legends subdivision Dec. 2 by a vote of 6-0. Commission member Bill Chapman was absent.
Bill Scalise, the developer, said he is working on designs for the homes. He said there will be 19 homes on the lots.
The villa-style subdivision is set to be the third in the township.
Lincoln Hills, on Westminster Drive, has 21 lots with villa homes. Willow Estates, on Bedford Road, has 38 lots with villa homes.
Amanda Dolasinski is a staff writer for Trib Total Media.
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