About Greater Pittsburgh

Bridgeville Real Estate

Bridgeville is a small borough conveniently located just minutes from Pittsburgh. It is nestled against I-79 and major shopping centers, giving residents easy access to grocery stores and anything else they need. Community-centered programs and a small-town atmosphere make Bridgeville a great place to live.  

Bridgeville Homes & Condos For Sale By Price


Why Home Buyers Choose Bridgeville


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Affordable Homes

One reason that home buyers choose this Pittsburgh suburb is because of its affordable housing. Whether you are looking for a condo or a brand new luxury home, you can find your ideal home in Bridgeville. According to US Census data, the median home values for this township are below $120,000. 

Median Home Values: $112,400

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Convenience to Pittsburgh

Many people who live Bridgeville work in and commute to Pittsburgh. From Bridgeville, the drive is just 13 miles (roughly 20 minutes) along I-79 and I-376 to the heart of Pittsburgh. The South Fayette Park & Ride is nearby, allowing Bridgeville residents to catch a bus to Downtown Pittsburgh.

Major Highways: I-79

Public Transit: Route 31 Bridgeville, Route G31 Bridgeville Flyer

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Bridgeville Accolades

  • #34 Best School Districts in Pittsburgh Metro (Niche)
  • #40 Best Public High Schools in Pittsburgh Metro (Niche)
  • #69 Best Place to Live in Pennsylvania (Areavibes)


What's Nearby?

Bridgeville's downtown area — located along Washington Pike — features local businesses and community events, including the popular Bridgeville Day on the Avenue. Just outside of the community is the Chartiers Valley Shopping Center and Great Southern Shopping Center. These shopping and dining destinations feature national retailers, a movie theater, and several restaurants. Bridgeville is also convenient to the South Hills Village shopping mall in nearby Bethel Park.

Want to know even more about residential life in Bridgeville? You don’t have to look far. As your Greater Pittsburgh real estate experts, we know the details about home values, market trends, and fun things to do in this area. Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have!

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Quick Facts

County: Allegheny County

Population (2015 est.): 5,092

Population Per Sq.Mi.: 4,697

Homeownership Rate: 62.0%

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Points of Interest

Shopping & Dining: Great Southern Shopping Center, South Hills Village

Recreation: Chartiers Park, McLaughlin Run Park, Triangle Park

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Local Schools

Public School District: Chartiers Valley School District

Public High Schools: Chartiers Valley High School

Private Schools: Holy Child Catholic School


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