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Welcome to Heidelberg
Just 6 miles from Downtown Pittsburgh, Heidelberg is a small suburb that's convenient to everything: major employers, Pittsburgh attractions, spacious parks, golf courses, and premier shopping centers. The borough is home to just over 1,200 people and boasts a soccer club, Oktoberfest, and community-centered way of life.
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At a Glance
County: Allegheny County
Population (2015 est.): 1,231
Points of Interest
Shopping & Dining: Raceway Plaza South, Great Southern Shopping Center
Recreation: Kane Woods Nature Area, Mt. Lebanon Park
Public School District: Chartiers Valley School District
Public High Schools: Chartiers Valley High School
Heidelberg boasts one of the best locations of any borough outside of Pittsburgh. National retailers (including a Walmart) are in town limits, while just minutes away are several golf courses, nature preserves, Chartiers Valley Shopping Center, South Hills Village, Settler's Cabin Park, and, of course, Pittsburgh itself. View the map below to find even more amenities near this Allegheny County borough.
Why Home Buyers Choose Heidelberg
Living in Pittsburgh suburbs like Heidelberg is generally more affordable than living in city limits. According to US Census data, the average value of a Heidelberg home is just under $100,000.
Median Home Values: $95,900
Convenience to Pittsburgh
Need to commute to Pittsburgh? You'll be able to get to the city in a relatively short time when you live in Heidelberg. By car, it's about a 20-minute trip to get from the center of town to Downtown Pittsburgh. Alternative transportation is also available in town limits.
Major Highways: I-376, Noblestown Road
Public Transit: Bus route 31 (Bridgeville), route 38 (Green Tree), Woodville Park & Ride
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