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Hayrides, Haunted Happenings and Treats Galore: Why You'll Fall in Love with Pittsburgh this October!
Along with the return of those football and hockey seasons that we’ve been yearning for, the season of pumpkin-everything and spooky some things is upon us. What better way to celebrate fall than by taking in some of our city’s fabulous fall festivities? This fall (and anytime of the year) Pittsburgh is the place to be! From fall festivals to haunted happenings and trick-or-treat days
Want to impress your next date? Well, then cancel your “dinner and a movie” reservations and experience one of Pittsburgh’s most unique date spots. Whether it's a first date or the hundredth date, Pittsburgh has an abundance of unique date spots that are sure to stir up some excitement and lots of romance. Saddle Up! What's more romantic than riding away i
If you’re searching for vacation property or a new home that’s not too far from the city, look no further than Southwestern Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands. Just 55 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, the Laurel Highlands are a quick commute away, along Interstate 376 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Comprised of Fayette, Somerset and Westmoreland counties, the Laurel Highl
When you’re searching for a home in Pittsburgh, consider this: just seven miles southwest of downtown Pittsburgh you’ll find Bethel Park, a municipality that invites one and all to visit, shop and live. Wonder why? Many of the Pittsburgh suburb’s features are inviting enough that you may start with just a visit, be enticed to shop and decide to stay and live!
When you picture a quintessential American small town, what do you see? Perhaps it is a picturesque Victorian clock tower at the center of streets lined with glistening street lamps, void of any looming overhead power lines or even parking meters? Thanks to an award-winning streetscape project, that is exactly what you’ll find in the Pittsburgh suburb of Beaver. Merely 35 miles northwest
Less than a half hour north of downtown Pittsburgh lie two communities that young business people, families and retirees can’t resist when they’re searching for a home in Pittsburgh: Cranberry Township and Wexford. Now, aside from the fact that several Pittsburgh Steelers and famed musician and former “The Voice” coach, Christina Aguilera, have called the area &
What can you find at the crossroads of bustling Interstates 80 and 79? While the obvious answer may not immediately be comfortable community-living, friendly neighbors and, yes, even farmland… that is exactly what you will find in the communities of Slippery Rock and Grove City. About 50 miles north of Pittsburgh, Slippery Rock and Grove City are separated by just 10 miles and
If you like the idea of having access to everything the city of Pittsburgh has to offer, but know you’re not interested in living downtown or in one of the city’s closest suburbs, the Westmoreland County cities of Greensburg and Latrobe may be exactly where you would like to call “home.” Located just southeast of Pittsburgh, Greensburg and Latrobe offer the convenien
When it comes to Pittsburgh real estate, the communities that lie just east of the city offer residents many perks, but one of the most immediately noticeable things is simple… location, location, location! Murrysville, Monroeville and Penn Hills are merely minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, thanks to Interstate 376 – aptly called the Parkway East. The suburbs also lie alon
Pittsburgh sports fans… how would you feel about living merely footsteps from Heinz Field and PNC Park? Yes, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Pittsburgh Pirates could be just outside of your doorstep… in Pittsburgh’s Northside. Not into sports, but have an affinity for the arts? How would you like to live in close proximity to the Fein Art Gallery, The Andy Warhol Museu