220 Independence Ln

220 Independence Ln, Butler, PA 16001

Butler
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1 Bed 1 Bed 1 Br 1 Bath 1 Bath 1 Ba 1 724 SF

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About 220 Independence Ln Butler, PA 16001

Moraine Commons is now offering a luxury one bedroom executive apartment, which comes fully furnished! Our Executive Furnished Apartment includes all of the outstanding value, comfort, and convenience of Moraine Commons plus furniture, appliances, kitchen-ware, a vacuum, patio furniture and more! Moraine Commons is located in a Country Setting with No Through Traffic. Located Near Major Transportation Routes: On Rt. 422 Near Rt. 68 Near Rt. 356 10 Miles to I-79 4 Miles to Rt. 8 Here at Moraine Commons we offer: One Room Studios, 1 Bedroom (724 sq. ft) & 2 Bedroom (1033 sq. ft) apartments. Credit, background check, $28 application fee, and security deposit required. At this time we do not allow pets. Please call to set up an appointment; we look forward to hearing from you. ** Contact By Phone Preferred 724-841-0455

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  • Furnished

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Pet Policy

No Pets Allowed

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Property Information

  • Furnished

Lease Length

  • 12 Months

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  • Laundry Facilities

Living Space

  • Furnished

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Time and Distance from 220 Independence Ln Butler, PA 16001

Parks and Recreation Drive Distance
Parks and Recreation Drive Distance
12 min 8.6 mi
16 min 10.9 mi
19 min 12.0 mi
22 min 13.5 mi
Colleges Drive Distance
Colleges Drive Distance
18 min 9.0 mi
26 min 16.0 mi
35 min 24.1 mi
Military Bases Drive Distance
Military Bases Drive Distance
55 min 37.7 mi
60 min 44.7 mi
61 min 47.3 mi
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City - Butler

Named after Continental Army General Richard Butler, the City of Butler has a rich history in manufacturing. Butler and its surrounding areas found economic success in the steel, oil, gas, and automotive industries. The first Bantham Jeep was developed in Butler and is still celebrated to this day with the annual Bantham Jeep Heritage Festival.

Modern-day Butler honors the past while embracing creativity in the present. Wall murals and cultural events like art exhibits and theatrical performances are the norm in Butler, contributing to a vibrant, artistic atmosphere. Butler is home to a tight-knit community, drawn together by a range of events such as regular concert series and movies in the park. Local Butler restaurants are known to serve fresh produce from nearby farms as well. Pittsburgh is about 30 miles south of Butler, so residents can simultaneously enjoy metropolitan amenities and small-town convenience.

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