What’s the #1 place to buy a home in the Pittsburgh area? According to niche.com, it’s BradfordWoods Borough. This small municipality receives an overall A+ rating from Niche for public schools, housing, and being a great place to raise a family.
With a population of just 1,200, Bradford Woods is quaint and family-focused. There’s a women’s club, small community elementary school, and even a nature reserve. The Bradford Woods Reserve is a spot to experience numerous habitats—all in one location.
The borough is focused on sustainability and has an integrated approach to continuing its environmentally-friendly mission. According to its website, Bradford Woods limits use of herbicides and pesticides and has developed clear and easily accessible performance measures to track its environmental impact over time.
Foodies enjoy easy access to Route 19’s restaurants, Whole Foods Marketplace, and Giant Eagle Market District. Shenot Farm Market is less than one mile from the borough’s border and Bradford Woods Community Church has a baseball field and play area. The borough is also close to Interstates 79, 279, and Cranberry Township.
We love the community events that take place at the nature reserve and Volunteer Fire Company. If you’re interested in homes in family-friendly Bradford Woods, please contact us.