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2017 marks the third year of Pittsburgh Magazine’s Ultimate House. This year’s Ultimate House will tell the story of a family farm’s rebirth as the newest neighborhood —and latest chapter — in Cranberry Township’s phenomenal story of growth.

The refined, but casual residence combines the rustic woodland spirit of the new Forest Edge neighborhood in Cranberry Township with the modern character of Infinity Custom Homes. This unique project is designed to be a comfortable and luxurious place for Pittsburghers of all generations to call home.

With a spectacular list of sponsors from the area’s best in home design, this ultimate Cranberry home will open its doors for public tours in September 2017, with all ticket proceeds benefitting The Free Care Fund at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. 

Construction has been underway for months.  Here is a sneak peek inside.

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