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Sonya Clemente

Sales Associate

 

"We Rise by Lifting Others" 

                                                Sonya Clemente, Realtor

                                                           Leader, Mentor, Educator                                    

      

 

Why should you hire Sonya Clemente?

Because it has absolutely nothing to do with me, that's why. This is all about getting you, to where you need to be, in the timeframe that you want, with the most favorable terms for you. I believe that the best way to accomplish that, is by having the right agent with the right strategy.

If you have the right agent that knows how to implement the right strategy for your goals and motivations, you will not only succeed but will also benefit regardless of market conditions.

That is why I believe my approach is different. It is focused on competence, strategy and implementation of both to not only empower you to make the best decisions possible but to also gain the benefit.

*Our Goals*

As a Seller:

To help you get your home sold and to get you where you want to go on time.

To put you in the strongest negotiating position possible.

To make it easier for you to reduce surprises.

As a Buyer:

To get you into your new home in the timeframe that matches your goals.

To put you into the strongest negotiating position possible.

To make it easier for you to reduce surprises.

With 16 years  in Real Estate as a very successful Realtor and as a Managing Sales Director  I’ve acquired and mastered the skills to do just that for you.

To learn more about me, please check out my personal story on my about me tab!

Thank you!


Specialties

Homes of Distinction
Acreage
Custom Home
Dream Home
Executive Home
First Time Buyers
Investment
Land

 
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Pittsburgh North

Ben Avon Heights

The Borough of Ben Avon Heights established in 1906, is situated on a hill above the Ohio River just nine miles north of the City of Pittsburgh. The rural site attracted Pittsburghers who wanted summer homes. In 1920 The Shannopin Country Club opened with its clubhouse in the Borough and the golf course in Kilbuck Township. The borough now contains 150 distinctive homes, a community park, and the Shannopin Club House in its almost two square mile area. Ben Avon Heights Residents enjoy the Community Club Christmas Tea; Christmas Eve celebration in Ben Avon Heights Park; Halloween in the park and September picnic for residents in Ben Avon Heights Park.

Ben Avon Heights has an educated workforce, beautiful residential homes, good schools, shopping and direct access to major roadways – PA Interstate 79, McKnight Road with an easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the Avonworth School District and participates in the multi-municipality Avonworth School District Library System.


Bradford Woods

Bradford Woods is a community of over 1,200 people covering 0.9 square miles located in Northern Allegheny County, 18 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. Started as a summer get-away, Bradford Woods has developed into a beautiful Borough that over flows with history and features the Bradford Woods Reserve with Lake and Walking Trail.

Bradford Woods has an educated workforce, beautiful residential homes, good schools, shopping and direct access to major roadways – Routes 910 and 19 North, McKnight Road, PA Interstate 79 and PA Turnpike with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the North Allegheny School District and participates in the multi-municipality Northland Public Library.


Franklin Park Borough

Franklin Park Borough is a community of over 13,000 people covering 13.5 square miles, located in Northern Allegheny County, 18 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. The Borough has five parks: 87 Acre Blueberry Hill Park, 80 Acre Linbrook Park; 25 Acre Acorn Park; and 16 Acre Old Orchard Park; 16 Acre Old Orchard Park and 8 Acre Mel Lubert Nature Reserve.

Franklin Park Borough has an educated workforce, beautiful new and existing residential neighborhoods, good schools, shopping and a superb quality of life easily accessible via direct access to major roadways – Routes 910 and 19 North, McKnight Road, PA Interstate 79 and PA Turnpike with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the North Allegheny School District and participates in the multi-municipality Northland Public Library.


Town of McCandless

Town of McCandless is a community of over 29,000 residents covering 16.4 square miles, 15 Miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. Located in the center of the "North Hills" of Allegheny County, McCandless maintains a comfortable, country nature while continuing to grow into a more diversified community. The Town of McCandless has many recreation facilities:

  • Potter Park
  • Council Memorial Park
  • Devlin Memorial Park
  • Lorrain G. Rogers Soccer Fields
  • Wall Memorial Park
  • Vestal Park
  • Vincentian Recreation Complex
  • 3,000 Acre North Park.

Over 100 acres of land are kept as open space. McCandless has an educated workforce, beautiful new and existing residential neighborhoods, shopping, good schools and a superb quality of life easily accessible via direct access to major roadways – Route 19 North, McKnight Road, PA Interstate 79 and PA Turnpike with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the North Allegheny School District and participates in the multi-municipality Northland Public Library.


Marshall Township

Marshall Township is a community of over 5,900 people covering 14 square miles, located in Northern Allegheny County, 19 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. Two Indian trails, a meteorite, oil wells and the Harmony Shortline are only a small part of its rich and colorful history. Public transportation to Pittsburgh is available from several locations including a newly constructed Port Authority Park’n Ride. Marshall Township's Park facilities consist of 116 Acre Knob Hill Park; 8 Acre Warrendale Park; The Sean DeArment Nature Trail; and 2 Mile Thorn Hill Trail with crushed limestone surface suitable for walking, biking, or cross country skiing.

Marshall Township has an educated workforce, beautiful new and existing residential neighborhoods, shopping, good schools and a superb quality of life easily accessible via direct access to major roadways – Routes 910 and 19 North, McKnight Road, PA Interstate 79 and PA Turnpike with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the North Allegheny School District and participates in the multi-municipality Northland Public Library.


Pine Township

Pine Township is a community of over 7,500 people covering 17 square miles located in Northern Allegheny County, 17 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. Wexford in Pine Township, is one of the oldest post-villages in this part of the county established in 1828. Semi-rural Pine Township features beautiful rolling hills, streams and small lakes, new and existing residential homes and neighborhoods and abundant Park facilities:

  • 7 Acre Karrington Woods Park
  • 105 Acre Pine Community Park
  • 38 Acre Pine Haven Park
  • 3,000 Acre North Park

Pine Township has an educated workforce, good schools, shopping and direct access to major roadways - Routes 910, Route 19 North, McKnight Road, Interstate 79 and the PA Turnpike with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the Pine Richland School District and participates in the multi-muncipality Northern Tier Public Library.


Richland Township

Richland Township is a community of over 9,000 people covering 14.6 square miles located in Northern Allegheny County, 18 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. A semi-rural community featuring 80 acre Richland Community Park, beautiful rolling hills, streams and new and existing residential homes and neighborhoods.

Richland Township has an educated workforce, good schools, shopping and existing neighborhoods and direct access to major roadways - State Routes 8 & 910, Route 19 North, McKnight Road, Interstate 79 and the PA Turnpike with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the Pine Richland School District and participates in the multi-municipality Northern Tier Public Library,


Hampton Township

Hampton Township is a community of over 17,526 residents, covering 16 square miles, 9.9 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. Hampton Township was first settled in the late 18th century as hunters and trappers moved into the game rich lands seeking fur for trade and sale after the Revolutionary War. Hampton Township features a 195 Acre Community Park, historic 629 Acre Hartwood Acres with Mansion and borders 3,000 Acre North Park.

Hampton Township has an educated workforce, good schools, shopping, beautiful new and existing neighborhoods and direct access to major roadways - State Routes 8 & 910, Route 19 North, McKnight Road, Interstate 79 and the PA Turnpike with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the Hampton School District and participates in the Hampton Community Library.


Fox Chapel

Fox Chapel is a community of over 5,436 people covering 8.5 square miles 12 Miles northeast of the City of Pittsburgh and five miles north of the Allegheny River featuring scenic wooded hills, streams, uncrowded residential developments and home to the 134 Acre Beechwood Farms Nature Preserve.

Fox Chapel has an educated workforce, beautiful residential housing, shopping, good schools and a superb quality of life easily accessible via direct access to major roadways - Route 28, Route 8, PA Turnpike, Waterworks Mall & Pittsburgh Mills with easy access to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the Fox Chapel School District and participates in the multi-municipality Lauriann West Public Library.


O'Hara Township

O’Hara Township is a community of over 8,856 residents covering 7.33 square miles, 6 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. Situated among the hills and valleys along the Allegheny River, O'Hara Township's history can be traced back to the mid-18th century. O’Hara’s Park facilities include Squaw Valley Park with fishing pond; 24 Acre Meadow Park; Kensington Park; and Woodland Park.

O’Hara Township has an educated workforce, beautiful residential neighborhoods, shopping, good schools and a superb quality of life easily accessible via direct access to major roadways - Route 28, Route 8, PA Turnpike, Waterworks Mall & Pittsburgh Mills with easy access to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the Fox Chapel School District and participates in the multi-municipality Lauriann West Public Library.


Ross Township

Ross Township is a community of over 32,551 residents covering 14.4 square miles, 6.6 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. Ross Township is a commercial center and residential community, located in the North Hills, just minutes from downtown Pittsburgh featuring 19 park facilities and the North Hills’ best shopping at Ross Park Mall with anchor stores such as Nordstrom’s, Macy’s, GAP, Banana Republic, Ann Taylor, J. Crew, Pottery Barn, American Eagle Outfitters and many more.

Ross Township has an educated workforce, beautiful residential neighborhoods, shopping, good schools and a superb quality of life easily accessible via direct access to major roadways – Route 19 North, McKnight Road, PA Interstate 79 and PA Turnpike with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the North Hills School District and participates in the multi-municipality Northland Public Library.


Sewickley

Sewickley is a community of over 3,900 people covering 1.2 square miles, located in Northern Allegheny County along the Ohio River 11 miles northwest of downtown Pittsburgh, PA. Sewickley has a wonderful historical significance in its housing with a mixture of mansions, Victorian houses and family homes featuring a vibrant village business district with shopping, Sewickley Valley Hospital, Sewickley YMCA, Sewickley Public Library, Sewickley Community Center and Sweetwater Center for the Arts, 21 Acre War Memorial Park with Picnic Pavilions, Park Place and Riverfront Park.

Sewickley has an educated workforce, good schools, shopping and direct access to major roadways - Routes 65 and PA Interstate 79 with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the Quaker Valley School District and participates in the multi-municipality Sewickley Public Library.


Shaler Township

Shaler Township is a community of over 29,000 residents covering 12.5 square miles, 5.6 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. Shaler’s recreational facilities consist of 13 parks encompassing 222 acres, which include a community swimming pool, little league ball fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, and street hockey courts.

Shaler Township has lovely residential neighborhoods, shopping and good schools easily accessible via direct access to major roadways - Route 8, Route 19, Route 28 and the PA Turnpike with easy access to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the Shaler School District, Shaler owns and operates the Shaler North Hills Library.


West View Borough

West View Borough is a community of over 7,762 residents covering 1.1 square miles, 6.6 Miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. Known for West View Park & Danceland founded in 1906, Danceland was home to many of the Big Bands. West View Park is now a modern Shopping Center.

West View has an educated workforce, shopping, good schools and easily accessible via direct access to major roadways – Route 19 North, McKnight Road, PA Interstate 79 and PA Turnpike with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the North Hills School District and participates in the multi-municipality Northland Public Library.


West Deer

West Deer is a community of over 11,563 residents covering 29.0 square miles, 24 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. West Deer is a large suburban community featuring suburban and rural living, scenic rolling hills, farmlands and new housing communities to century-old farmhouses.

West Deer has an educated workforce, good schools, shopping, new and existing residential neighborhoods and direct access to major roadways - State Routes 8 and 910, PA Interstate 79 and the PA Turnpike with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the Deer Lakes School District.


Adams Township

Adams Township is a community of over 6,774 residents covering 22.6 square miles, 22 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. Adams Township, named for President John Quincy Adams, was created in 1854 from the western part of Middlesex Township and the eastern part of Cranberry Township.

Adams Township features a combination of suburban and rural living, scenic rolling hills, farmlands and new housing to century-old farm houses. Adams has an educated workforce, new and existing residential neighborhoods, shopping, good schools and a superb quality of life easily accessible via direct access to major roadways – Route 228 and Route 19 North, PA Interstate 79 and PA Turnpike with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the Mars Area School District and participates in the multi-municipality Mars Area Public Library.


Cranberry Township

Cranberry Township is a community of over 28,000 residents covering 23.69 square miles, 20 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, located in the southwestern corner of Butler County, PA. The community’s name is derived from the wild cranberries which used to grow in the area. Rural Cranberry is situated at the intersection of I-76 (the Pennsylvania Turnpike) I-79, and Routes 19 and 228, easily accessible from virtually anywhere in the region with travel time to Pittsburgh in less than half an hour.

Cranberry Township features a combination of suburban and rural living, scenic rolling hills and farmlands, new housing to century-old farm houses. Cranberry Township has an educated workforce, new and existing residential neighborhoods, shopping, good schools and a superb quality of life easily accessible via direct access to major roadways – Route 228 and Route 19 North, PA Interstate 79 and PA Turnpike with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the Seneca Valley School District, Cranberry Township owns and operates the Cranberry Public Library.


Seven Fields

Seven Fields is located in Southwest Butler County covering one square mile. The community is mostly residential in make-up. Seven Fields Borough is located seventeen (17) miles North of Pittsburgh with a population of over 1,981 residents and home to the Seven Fields Community Center and Pool.

Seven Fields has an educated workforce, shopping, good schools and a superb quality of life easily accessible via direct access to major roadways – Routes 228 and Route 19 North, PA Interstate 79 and PA Turnpike with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the Seneca Valley School District and participates in the multi-municipality Cranberry Public Library.


Treesdale

Treesdale located in both Pine Township and Adams Townships is just minutes from Interstate 79 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Downtown Pittsburgh is just 25 minutes away and our northern location makes regional travel convenient. Local shopping and services are located just ten minutes away in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania's fastest growing area. The cornerstone of the community is the challenging 27-hole golf course. This Arnold Palmer designed golf course at Treesdale Golf and Country Club is also part of Club Corp International. The course meanders throughout the community, providing a challenge for golfers as well as a scenic backdrop to 1,000 home sites. Treesdale offers a variety of home choices, ranging from entry level to custom homes & estate homes to $1,000,000. In addition, five 'maintenance free' home options area also available to meet the needs of our varied resident lifestyles. 'The Commons', a place for families to gather with friends to enjoy dozens of activities featuring a heated swimming pool, tennis, basketball and volleyball courts. In addition, there are four soccer fields and a baseball field along with lighted walking paths, hike paths, ice skating, picnic areas and exercise facilities, private function facilities, aerobic classes, children's gymnastics, ballet classes, bridge groups, finance club, men's basketball, scuba and swim lessons, scout meetings and a number of 'community-wide' get-together.


Mars Area

Mars Area is a community of over 1,746 residents covering .45 square miles, 22 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. Mars features a combination of suburban and rural living, scenic rolling hills, farmlands and new housing to century-old farm houses.

Mars has an educated workforce, new and existing residential neighborhoods, shopping, good schools and a superb quality of life easily accessible via direct access to major roadways – Route 228 and Route 19 North, PA Interstate 79 and PA Turnpike with easy commute to Downtown Pittsburgh and Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Part of the Mars Area School District and participates in the multi-municipality Mars Area Public Library.

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