Pittsburgh Real Estate
Find Pittsburgh real estate for sale with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty. Our team of professional real estate agents know the Pittsburgh region and can help you find the perfect home in your desired neighborhood. Whether you're buying your first home or you're looking to downsize, our Pittsburgh real estate agents can guide you through the entire process.
If you're selling your home in Pittsburgh, our professional real estate agents can prepare a comparative market analysis (CMA) to help determine the best price for your home based on the current market conditions. Our sales professionals can also help you effectively stage, photograph and market your home to help it sell in a timely manner.
If you're looking to buy a new home, you'll be pleased to know that all homes for sale in Pittsburgh can found by searching on our website. Our property details page showcase the home's photos, description, amenities, room and lot sizes, and more. Plus, you can easily request more information or schedule an appointment to see the house in person.
Speaking of seeing a house in person, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty proudly hosts Pittsburgh Open Houses nearly every weekend.
Open House: Oct 22, 1-4 PM1818 Waterleaf Court, Sewickley, PA, 151431818 Waterleaf Court Sewickley PA 15143$644,9003 beds, 3 baths 1 half bathsFranklin ParkNorth Allegheny School DistrictListing courtesy of: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty
Open House: Oct 22, 1-4 PM1744 Waterleaf Drive, Sewickley, PA, 151431744 Waterleaf Drive Sewickley PA 15143$562,2253 beds, 2 baths 1 half bathsFranklin ParkNorth Allegheny School DistrictListing courtesy of: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty
Open House: Oct 22, 1-4 PM1749 Waterleaf Drive, Sewickley, PA, 151431749 Waterleaf Drive Sewickley PA 15143$524,9003 beds, 2 baths 1 half bathsFranklin ParkNorth Allegheny School DistrictListing courtesy of: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty
Why Live in Pittsburgh?
Consistently named one of the best places to live in the U.S., Pittsburgh has a lot to offer its residents. Here are few of our favorite things about Pittsburgh:
ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS
Spend a day viewing world-renowned artwork at the Andy Warhol Museum, Carnegie Museum of Art, Frick Art & Historical Center, The Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Concept Gallery and many other art galleries. Or, learn something new at one of Pittsburgh's museums, including the Carnegie Museums of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, Heinz History Center, Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall, The Clemente Museum or the August Wilson Center for African American Culture.
ZOOS & AQUARIUMS
The Pittsburgh Zoo and Aquarium is one of only six zoo and aquarium combinations in the U.S. Spanning across 77 acres, it exhibits over 4,000 animals representing 475 species which include twenty threatened or endangered species. Pittsburgh is also home to The National Aviary - America's only independent indoor, nonprofit zoo dedicated to birds. The aviary is home to over 600 animals representing 200 different species.
Pittsburgh's evolving food scene has been recently earned a place on Livability's list of "Top 10 Foodie Cities" - ranking #3 on the list. No matter what type of cuisine you're craving, you are sure to find it in the Steel City. Pittsburgh classics such as Primanti Bros. and Pamela's Diner have been featured on national food shows. While Pittsburgh's Meat & Potatoes and Nakama have been rumored to be favorites amongst visiting celebrities. Pittsburgh's food trucks have also become very popular amongst residents.
No matter what you're shopping for, you're sure to find it in Pittsburgh! From high-end shops found on Walnut Street in Shadyside or in the Ross Park Mall to the farmer's booths on Saturday mornings in the Strip, Pittsburgh has shops for everyone.
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
Pittsburgh is home to many public and private colleges and universities including the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, Duquesne University, Point Park University, Chatham University, Robert Morris University, Carlow University, La Roche College, Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Technical Institute, and the Community College of Allegheny County. Plus, in a short commute from Pittsburgh, you'll find Slippery Rock University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, California University of Pennsylvania, Seton Hill University, St. Vincent College, Geneva College, Washington & Jefferson College, and Westminster College.
Cheer on the Pittsburgh Pirates (and Pierogies!) at Pittsburgh's PNC Park, wave your Terrible Towel during a Pittsburgh Steelers game at Heinz Field, chill out during a Pittsburgh Penguins game at Consol Energy Center or root for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds in a United Soccer League game. The Pittsburgh sports pride is so strong that New York Times named Pittsburgh the second most success sports city in America!
If you'd rather play than watch, the Pittsburgh Sports League (PSL) has adult sports leagues that anyone can join! These leagues include basketball, bowling, soccer, dodgeball, kickball, softball, volleyball, floor hockey, darts, ultimate Frisbee, cornhole and more!
For even more great things to do in Pittsburgh, visit VisitPittsburgh's website.
Things to do in Pittsburgh
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