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Greentree Real Estate

A quick trip along I-376 from the small town of Greentree takes you into the heart of Pittsburgh, a city filled with museums, award-winning restaurants, and incredible annual festivals. While the short commute to Pittsburgh is one reason why home buyers want to live in Greentree, this suburb's peace and quiet allows residents to enjoy the best of both worlds.

Greentree residents are close to dozens of local parks, restaurants, grocery stores, and bus stops, with the added bonus of being just 20 minutes from South Hills Village mall. If you're searching for a home close to Pittsburgh and popular weekend adventures, explore the homes available in Greentree.

Greentree Homes & Condos For Sale By Price

Why Home Buyers Choose Greentree

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Affordable Homes

Living in Greentree is relatively affordable, especially considering the town's proximity to Downtown Pittsburgh. According to US Census data, the median home values in Greentree are around $160,000. 

Median Home Values: $159,500

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Convenience to Pittsburgh

The commute to Pittsburgh is relatively quick from Greentree; a 10-minute drive (a distance of 4 miles) takes you to the heart of Pittsburgh. Public transit is readily available, too.

Major Highways: I-376

Public Transit: Covenant Community Presbyterian Church Park & Ride, Port Authority bus route (38 Green Tree)

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Greentree Accolades

  • #74 Best Suburbs to Live in the Pittsburgh Metro (Niche)
  • #98 Suburbs with the Best Public Schools in Pittsburgh Metro (Niche) 
  • Green Tree Borough Octoberfest

What's Nearby?

In addition to being close to all of the amenities in Downtown Pittsburgh, Greentree is close to spacious parks, major shopping centers, local golf courses, and historic sites (including the Duquesne Incline) in nearby communities. Explore the interactive map below to find fun things to do close to Greentree.

Want to know even more about residential life in Greentree community? 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.): 4,968

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Points of Interest

Shopping & Dining: Alexions, Aracri's Greentree InnThe Hop House, Noble Manor Shopping Center

Recreation: Green Tree Athletic Association, Green Tree Dog Park, Green Tree Nature Center, Green Tree Park, Wilson Park

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Local Schools

Public School District: Keystone Oaks School District

Public High Schools: Keystone Oaks High School

Private Schools: St. Margaret of Scotland Catholic School, Seton LaSalle Catholic High SchoolBishop Canevin High School

We'll Help You Find Your New Home

Greentree is one of many sought-after suburbs in the Greater Pittsburgh area. If you're searching for a home with specific features or in a certain location, we can help you find the home that meets all your criteria. Talk to our specialists if you're ready to get started.