Regent Square Real Estate

Regent Square is one of the City of Pittsburgh’s most popular neighborhoods in the East End.  Regent Square, or “the square” as locals call it, includes 4 individual areas: parts of the City of Pittsburgh, Swissvale, Edgewood, and Wilkinsburg. Between two popular family spots, the Center For Creative Play and Frick Park by Rose’s Ice Cream and the New Red Clay Tennis Courts.

Located east of Downtown Pittsburgh  and right on the city’s border, the neighborhood of Regent Square  is a compact, walkable community with the appeal of a small town and the sophisticated amenities of a big city.  Regent Square real estate appeals strongly to families, as well as to young professionals and students.  Both the Carnegie Mellon University  and the University of Pittsburgh are located close by.

Though easily accessible from Downtown and nearby neighborhoods, Regent Square has a village-like feel, due to its being bordered by the 600-acre Frick Park to the west.  Its many trees also give Regent Square real estate a park-like setting.  Homes here are located in tree-lined streets and are generally built closely together, promoting a front-porch, charming sense of community.

The neighborhood’s commercial center is located along South Braddock Avenue and extends for approximately two blocks.  The area, which features a mix of shops, cafés, restaurants and venues like the Regent Square Theater, can easily be explored on foot, which adds to its appeal.  Regent Square real estate is predominantly made up of spacious family homes, though there are also town homes and loft living available.  Regent Square is truly a fantastic community with homes to fit many different needs.

Regent Square conveniently stretches from one main major artery, the Parkway East, to another, Forbes Avenue Near Frick Park along Nine Mile Run. The Regent Square business district has long been a staple of the community with new offerings and old favorites.  The Nine Mile Run Project has had a positive impact on this environment that will improve the health of the environment for generations to come.  From eclectic shopping and speciality shops, new dining, The Regent Square Theater, Concept Art Gallery and many other offerings, Regent Square is a great place for visitors, residents and their pets!

Also, if your considering selling a home in Regent Square, contact Liz today.  She would love to provide you a free, no-obligation home evaluation after a walk-through with you.  As a recent resident of Regent Square, Liz knows all the charm and appeal of this great neighborhood.

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