Neighborhood Spotlight: Borough of Sewickley

The Borough of Sewickley is one of Pittsburgh’s smallest suburbs—and one of the most quaint. With tree lined streets and sidewalks buzzing with young families, the entire area is walkable and includes a small town center with...

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Cranberry Township

When we were growing up in the Pittsburgh region, Cranberry Township was mostly farmland. Route 228 was one lane in each direction—a big difference from today’s vibrant retail centers and neighborhoods that make the township a...

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Township of Hampton

The Township of Hampton is a small Pittsburgh suburb that provides many opportunities to get outside with your family and friends. Hampton is rated A+ for families and public schools by niche.com and its housing options score a...

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Treesdale

Treesdale might be most famous for its Arnold Palmer designed golf course, but it also boasts a fabulous pool and county club amenities that make the neighborhood a year-round fun spot. Treesdale is a master planned community...

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Adams Township

Butler County’s Adams Township has a rich history—it was created in 1854 and named after President John Quincy Adams. Today, the 22-square-mile township is home to nearly 12,000 residents and blends the area’s historic rural...

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