Home to roughly 1.2 million residents, Allegheny County, is the second-most populous county in Pennsylvania, second only to Philadephia County. You’ll find this beautiful community in the southwest part of the state, encompassing numerous remarkable cities, townships, and boroughs, including the City of Pittsburgh and a large portion of the Pittsburgh Metro Area. Comprised of 745 square miles, of which fourteen are water, Allegheny is traversed by three major rivers. At McKeesport, the Youghiogheny River flows into the Monongahela River, and the Monongahela River converges with the Allegheny River forming the Ohio River at Downtown Pittsburgh.
The abundance of natural beauty in the county can be enjoyed at two Pennsylvania State Parks found in Allegheny. In Harmar Township you’ll find the Allegheny Islands State Park, and at the confluence of the Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers in Downtown Pittsburgh, you’ll find Point State Park. Beyond its beauty and the multitude of recreational opportunities afforded by the rivers and parks, the county also has excellent employment, entertainment, shopping, dining, and real estate opportunities.
Within Allegheny County, Pine Township is a fabulous option for prospective homebuyers. Comprised of 16.8 square miles, the Township is home to roughly 11,500 residents and is eager to welcome more. In Allegheny County, Pine Township is bordered by Franklin Park on the southwest, Marshall Township and Bradford Woods on the west, McCandless on the south, and Richland Township on the east. To the north, several Bulter County communities neighbor Pine Township, including Valencia on the northeast, Adams Township on the north, and Seven Fields and Cranberry Township on the northwest. Having such splendid neighboring communities means Pine Township residents have easy access to a variety of enticing amenities and attractions. Homes for sale in Pine Township include many wonderful single-family houses and a few other options. Pine Township real estate falls in a broad price range with listing prices dependent on the home’s condition, location, age, size, and special features. If you would like to learn more about available properties in Pine Township, Pennsylvania, please allow us to assist you and contact us at your earliest convenience.
Why rent? Buy this cute home and move right in. 3 bed, 1 bath, Nice size living room, and large eat in kitchen. First floor laundry, reasonable taxes and great size lo...
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