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 feeling with new homes, shops, and easy access to Cranberry Township and downtown Pittsburgh.

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Adams Township’s Community Park is a local gathering place with a 1.3 mile walking trails, playgrounds, sand volleyball and basketball courts, baseball fields, and a huge sandbox for kids.

Niche.com ranks Adams Township with A grades for its schools, housing, family life, and low crime.  It’s in the top 20 places in the Pittsburgh area for best suburb to buy a home and safety. And in Butler County, it’s ranked #1 for best public schools—and #3 for best places for millennials.

Families will enjoy the low cost of living of Adams Township, also named the #3 place in Butler county to raise a family. Served by the Mars Area School District, students in grades Kindergarten to 12th enjoy highly ranked schools in a growing district with many opportunities to play sports, engage in music and theater, and explore technology.

We enjoy taking our dogs to the nearby Double Wide Grill’s outdoor patio, grabbing sushi at Yama Sushi, and the many shopping opportunities in Cranberry Township. Former Pittsburgh Steeler Hines Ward also owns Tavern 86 restaurant along Route 228 in nearby Seven Fields.

Adams Township is a great mixture new growth and rooted history. Learn more about this township and the homes for sale by contacting us!