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Butler, PA

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About Butler

Butler is a small town located roughly 35 miles north of Pittsburgh, providing residents with convenient city amenities without the hustle and bustle of city living. Situated only an hour south of Lake Erie, this town thrives on tourism and commercial industry. Butler is known as the hometown of the world’s first Jeep, the Bantam Jeep, and hosts a large annual festival to celebrate its heritage. As the seat of Butler County, this town is the center for local government.

Butler boasts a wide variety of activities for residents and visitors alike. Outdoor facilities include the Butler Freeport Trail and Pullman Park, which provide biking and hiking trails. Culture abounds in Butler, with museums, theaters and historic sites like the Shaw House. Local charm can be enjoyed on Main Street, which boasts a downtown shopping district.

Butler truly has it all; housing options range from single-family homes to large estate-like properties. Looking for homes for sale in Butler? Our Butler real estate office is knowledgeable about the area and ready to help.

Butler, PA Real Estate Market


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