Many people have searched homes in Baldwin Borough or considered moving to Whitehall. Lots of these buyers are familiar with the Baldwin Whitehall School District and like the community and pace of the South Hills of Pittsburgh. One thing we find is that often buyers forget to check out Baldwin Township. Consider that the average sale price in Mount Lebanon right next door is $295,554 compared to Baldwin Township with the average sale price is $122,351.

Baldwin Township is part of the BWSD but is separated from both Baldwin Borough and Whitehall. It is nestled between the City of Pittsburgh, Dormont, Mt Lebanon and Castle Shannon. The community consists of one square mile and approximately 900 homes. The township has its own police department and public works department. You can read more about the township on their website.

Living in Baldwin Township is something that residents and former residents love. It offers easy access to the City of Pittsburgh via 51, West Liberty Avenue or a quick hop up to Banksville Road. Residents are also centrally located from the shopping areas near South Hills Village and the Centruy III area as well as Caste Village shops. Baldwin Township also has many convenient shopping destination right on McNeilly Road including PNC Bank, an Aldi grocery store, the Dollar Store and Subway.

The township is split into two very attractive living areas. One side of McNeilly road borders Mt Lebanon and boasts Armstrong Park as its central community space. This side consists of a handful of small “neighborhoods” giving buyers many choices for the type of home they would consider in a variety of price ranges.

The other side is a small neighborhood that really provides that old-school Pittsburgh neighborhood where you know all your neighbors and their children. This side of Baldwin Township offers easy access to the McNeilly T station as well as bus service from the nearby Brookline neighborhood.

Is Baldwin Township right for your family? Take a look at these featured homes below or click over to our Baldwin Townhip Market Report.


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