Lifestyle Opportunities at our Murrysville Campus

Redstone Highlands offers a variety of quality housing choices for older adults who prefer to live with peace of mind in a comfortable community. Retirement living options at our Murrysville campus include:

Senior Apartments

Supportive Care

In the Neighborhood

Our Murrysville community is close to many area attractions! Walking trails, shopping and dining venues are just minutes away. Enjoy exploring Bushy Run Battle Field, attend an event at Apple Hill Playhouse, visit Schramm Farm or travel the 20 miles into Pittsburgh for professional sports or cultural events and enjoy all that Pittsburgh has to offer.

At Redstone

Our Murrysville campus was designed for activity! The Brooks Family Chapel is two stories tall with beautiful windows surrounding a large space that’s perfect for worship services and other gatherings. The arts and crafts room serves as a great space for special projects and card clubs. Snacks, cards, necessities, and gifts made by local artisans are available in our gift shop. Residents enjoy our billiard room complete with regulation-size pool table, table games, popcorn machine and wide selection of puzzles and books. It also hosts our legendary billiard tournaments in which residents and staff participate. Individual garages are available for apartment residents wanting to park their cars in an indoor space.

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4951 Cline Hollow Road
Murrysville, PA 15668

Phone 724-733-9494
Fax 724-733-9495

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Program service shall be made accessible to eligible individuals with disabilities through the most practical and economically feasible methods available. These methods include, but are not limited to equipment redesign, the provision of aids, and the use of alternative service delivery locations. Structural modifications shall be considered only as a last resort among available methods.