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Selling Your Bridgeville Home?
Selling a home in Bridgeville? REALTOR® Joe Corsale can help! Learn more about listing your home with Joe here, including home selling tools and resources, marketing strategies, and a free property evaluation.
Bridgeville Area Information For Greater Pittsburgh
The Greater Pittsburgh borough of Bridgeville, PA is a rather close-knit community that had a population of just 5,148 as of the 2010 Census. Located in Allegheny County, this community is about 8 miles southwest of downtown Pittsburgh and it occupies only 1.1 square miles.
The community is known for its active community association, athletic association, and summer recreation program — not to mention its very own public library.
Residents also enjoy access to top notch public schools within the Chartiers Valley School District. This district includes such high-performing schools as Chartiers Valley High School, Chartiers Valley Middle Schoo,l and Chartiers Valley Primary School.
Bridgeville Home Buyers:
If you are interested in making Bridgeville your new home, be sure to contact me today to get started. As your Pittsburgh suburbs real estate expert, I have years of experience that will ultimately benefit you as a buyer. I also will provide you with numerous intuitive home-buying tools, such as my Bridgeville home buying guide.
Whether this is your first or fifth time buying a home, check out this helpful resource to purchasing your new home in Bridgeville.
Bridgeville Home Sellers:
If you are already a resident of this community and are thinking of listing your Bridgeville home, I can help with that as well! You can go ahead and get the ball rolling today by requesting to list your Bridgeville home with me, your expert Pittsburgh Suburbs REALTOR®.
Please allow me the opportunity to meet with you to view your property, provide you with the current market stats, and share with you my comprehensive marketing plan to net you the most money.
Get to Know Bridgeville, PA
The village that would eventually become Bridgeville got its name because of the first bridge that was built at the crossing of Chartiers Creek at what is now Washington Avenue. A lot of people frequently crossed this bridge to trade goods.
The community was officially incorporated as a borough in July 1901 using parts of the Upper St. Clair Township. Today, this community is home to a number of family-owned and operated businesses, such as Colussy Chevrolet (the oldest Chevy dealer in the country) as well as Sarasnick's (a historical Bridgeville home improvement store).
Bridgeville Real Estate
Contact me today for more information on real estate and homes for sale in Bridgeville.