Greensburg , PA

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Just forty minutes southeast of Pittsburgh, where the vistas of the Laurel Highlands mountains line the horizon, sits Greensburg, Pennsylvania. As the seat of Westmoreland County, this town offers its residents a major cultural, commercial, and educational center in the western part of the state.

Named by US News and World Report as one of the best places to retire, Greensburg has become known for its growing population and for the many things to do here. With its impressive and rapidly growing cultural district, Greensburg is home

Just forty minutes southeast of Pittsburgh, where the vistas of the Laurel Highlands mountains line the horizon, sits Greensburg, Pennsylvania. As the seat of Westmoreland County, this town offers its residents a major cultural, commercial, and educational center in the western part of the state.

Named by US News and World Report as one of the best places to retire, Greensburg has become known for its growing population and for the many things to do here. With its impressive and rapidly growing cultural district, Greensburg is home to the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, the Palace Theatre, the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra, and the Summer Sounds Concert Series at the Robert Shaw Amphitheater in St. Clair Park. And with a train station in the heart of town, you can get to just about anywhere in the country without having to head into Pittsburgh first.

But beyond its amenities, Greensburg is first and foremost a community, where it seems that everyone is connected through friends and neighbors to everyone else. Here in Greensburg, you can kind find every kind of lifestyle imaginable -- from the grandest homes in the most affluent areas, to smaller residences  for those who may be ready to downside, everyone can find something to suit their exact needs, allowing them to enjoy the amenities of the town they love to call home.

And with the vastly growing educational campuses, including Penn State University at Greensburg and Seton Hill University, the citizens of this area can enjoy the culinary and cultural benefits of a college town atmosphere.

To live here is to enjoy a different pace of living -- one that allows for affordable luxuries, promotes strong friendships, and always offers something wonderful to do.

If you are weary of life in the suburbs of a larger city and ready to live someplace where the town itself offers everything you need, then come visit Greensburg, the hidden gem of western Pennsylvania.

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Market Data for Greensburg

Greensburg  Average Sales Price

$115,161

Average Sales Price
Greensburg  Active Listings

161

Active Listings
Greensburg  Sold

38

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Office Information

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
The Preferred Realty - Greensburg Regional
108 Old Route 30
Greensburg, PA 15601

P: 724-838-3660
F: 724-838-3657
Office Manager: Janice Smarto
Email: janicesmarto@ThePreferredRealty.com

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