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Listed below are some of the communities in which I have routinely done business. I have provided a brief description of each community, as well as links to municipal websites, school district websites, and Wikipedia entries to provide you with a well-rounded overview of each area. You can also click on the word "map" below the community name to view its location on a map of Southwestern Pennsylvania.
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***Note: The following list of communities is not all-inclusive. I have represented clients throughout Western Pennsylvania and I am always willing to assist clients in buying or selling in areas outside of those listed below.
More than 21,000 residents live in the community of Peters Township which is located in Washington County, 17 miles south of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Peters Township's twenty square miles include the towns of McMurray and Venetia.
North Strabane Township is located in northern Washington County, approximately 20 miles southwest of Pittsburgh. The Township is home to approximately 12,000 residents and is 27 square miles in area. North Strabane Township is part of the Canon-McMillan School District with an enrollment of 4,323 students. Township taxes are low and the majority of the community’s population lives within close proximity to major transportation corridors (I-79, I-70, Route 19) that provide convenient access to the Pittsburgh metropolitan area in 20 minutes.
Cecil Township is in Washington County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is a suburb of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. The population was 11,271 at the 2010 census. The township contains the Southpointe suburban business park. Cecil Township is served by the Canon-McMillan School District.
Nottingham Township is known for having rustic charm while still providing easy access to the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area. Nottingham Township is served by Ringold School District.
Upper St. Clair
The Township of Upper St. Clair is a 10.5 square mile, primarily residential community 10 miles southwest of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Upper St. Clair was ranked as "One of the 10 Best Places to Live" by U.S. News and World Reports.
Located just 10 miles south of Pittsburgh, Bethel Park is a 12-square mile community of tree-lined streets and rolling hills. Close to 34,000 residents call Bethel Park “home,” making it one of the largest communities in southern Allegheny County.
Mt. Lebanon is a Pittsburgh suburb with a national reputation for excellence. Located six miles from downtown Pittsburgh, this 6.0 square mile, predominantly residential community is home to 34,000 residents.
South Fayette is a growing suburb of the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area that is conveniently located near I-79. The school disctrict has been praised as one of the finest in Pennsylvania. South Fayette has a population of roughly 15,000 people.
Collier Township is located near I-79 in the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area. This growing community is served by the Chartiers Valley School District.