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Carnegie Real Estate

Discover Life in Carnegie

Carnegie is a small borough conveniently located just minutes from Downtown Pittsburgh. Its downtown is a vibrant hub of activity in the community, and its old-fashioned storefronts and brick buildings convey the sense of small-town charm that you can't help but love!

Among the borough's many amenities, the Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall, local restaurants, community parks, and annual events allow new residents to meet their neighbors and get to know what makes Carnegie special. Use this page as your guide to all things Carnegie, and let us help you find your new home in the community today.


Affordable Homes

Home buyers often choose to live in Carnegie, rather than Pittsburgh, because of the variety of affordable homes that are available. According to US Census data, the median home value for Carnegie Borough is just over $120,000, so you can live close to the city without breaking the bank.

Convenient Commute

Another reason why home buyers choose to live in Carnegie? The quick commute — Carnegie is just 6 miles away from Pittsburgh! A trip to Downtown Pittsburgh takes just 10 minutes by car. Public buses and a Park & Ride lot offer alternative methods of commuting to the city.

Selling Your Carnegie Home?

Whether you're just curious about your home's value or you're eager to sell, we'll use our knowledge of recent sales in Carnegie to price your home right. Tell us about your home to get started.

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Shopping & Dining

Carnegie offers plenty of amenities to keep residents satisfied, from local shops to tasty cuisine. Downtown Carnegie is filled with local restaurants, shops, services, and activities. Plus, special events like the Carnegie Crawl — a themed monthly events that brings together 24 local shops and restaurants— will help you stay involved with the community.


If you're looking for a breath of fresh air in the great Outdoors, Carnegie Park offers all of the outdoor opportunities you could ask for. Perfect your kickflip at the skate park, take a casual stroll around the paved trail, or bring your four-legged friend along for a game of fetch. Smaller parks in the area include Seventh Avenue Park and Irishtown Park.

Local Transit

Carnegie offers several options for easy access to the city. If you have your own vehicle, major roads like I-79, I-279, and I-376 are just a few miles away. Additionally, the West BuswayCarnegie Station Park & Ride has routes throughout Carnegie that run to the city. If you find yourself needing access to the airport, Carnegie is just 20 minutes from Pittsburgh International.

Contact the Pittsburgh Real Estate Experts

With so much to do and see, it should come as no surprise that visitors often become residents of Carnegie! Let us help you find your dream home in the gorgeous neighborhood.

Contact us today!