Ligonier, PA Real Estate Market
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Ligonier is nestled between Laurel Mountain and Chestnut Ridge, the western peaks of the Appalachian Mountains. It boasts several features that contribute to its small-town feel, including the Diamond, a beautiful town square surrounded by a historic district of Colonial and Victorian buildings.
Residents have convenient access to shops, restaurants, churches, parks, a movie theater, library, grocery stores and several cultural venues. The authentically restored Fort Ligonier and Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art are within proximity of the Diamond in the center of town.
Ligonier is close to recreational activities in the Laurel Mountain region, including Seven Springs, Laurel Mountain, and Hidden Valley ski resorts. Minutes away one can find Pennsylvania's most beautiful parks: Linn Run, Laurel Mountain, Forbes State Forest, and Powdermill Nature Reserve. Idlewild Park and Soak Zone is a popular tourist destination, especially in the warmer months. Ligonier is also home to Ligonier Beach, which is Pennsylvania's largest swimming pool and features a white, sandy beach, mature trees, and a Victorian garden dining room.
Ligonier is a nationally registered historic district due to the village's significant architecture. Just a block from the centrally located Diamond is Fort Ligonier, where you can take a tour of the finest full-scale reconstruction of the original English fort. The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art sponsors changing exhibits in a beautiful log building surrounded by gardens. In the adjacent village of Laughlintown, you can tour an original log tavern, the Compass Inn. Residents can spend a relaxing Sunday evening on the Diamond listening to weekly musical events.
Ligonier boasts a tree-lined shopping district which is home to 60 specialty shops. Both avid and casual shoppers will enjoy visiting this stunning shopping area. Residents can always count on something special in Ligonier, no matter the season. Antiques on the Diamond takes place in the summer, Fort Ligonier Days happen in the fall, and the Festival of Lights and Ligonier Ice Fest occur during the winter.