Located in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, you can find the quaint, cozy borough of Aspinwall with a population of approximately 3,000. This primarily residential community is a part of the larger Pittsburgh Metro Area, bordered by the northern section of Pittsburgh to the southeast, O’Hara Township to northwest, north, and east, Sharpsburg to the west, while the Allegheny River sits just to its south. Aspinwall is also in proximity to a few Pittsburgh neighborhoods, including Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar to the southeast and Highland Park to the south, as well as the southern portion of Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar, also to the south. Throughout the 1880s, the descendants of a man named James Ross owned much of the land that is now modern-day Aspinwall. In 1890, the superintendent of the Allegheny County Workhouse, Henry Warner, purchased 155 acres from Annie Aspinwall and formed the Aspinwall Land Company. Ross wanted to build a residential community along Allegheny River to accommodate the influx of people moving to the Pittsburgh area due to the thriving steel industry of that time. On December 28, 1892, the area of Aspinwall was officially incorporated, along with a portion of O’Hara Township. From the early 1890s through the early 1900s, Aspinwall was developed in three separate phases, with the last one being the annexation of Delafield Plan, which consisted of an additional 200 acres.
There is plenty of neat things for residents of Aspinwall to do in and around Allegheny County. For one thing, you are only 38 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, which has its own long list of fun attractions to choose from. One of the top picks for residents and tourists alike is Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens located at 1 Schenley Drive in Pittsburgh. Set in Schenley Park, it is one of many historical landmarks found in the area. The purpose of the botanical garden is to entertain and educate citizens of Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas with a collection of formal gardens of Roman and English styles, as well as others. One of the noteworthy things about Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Garden is that it has been named one of the “greenest facilities in the world. For those looking for a little more excitement in their lives, there is Kennywood amusement park located 60 minutes away in West Mifflin. Taking advantage of the hilly Pennsylvania terrain, it has six heart-stopping roller coaster rides, as well as 16 other rides for all ages. If you’re looking for entertainment, dining, and shopping, you have to look no further than Waterworks Mall located at 933 Freeport Road in Pittsburgh.
Real estate in Aspinwall features a vast array of architectural styles, floor plans, and exclusive amenities. Single-family homes for sale in Aspinwall can be found varying in size from three bedrooms and two bathrooms to five bedrooms and three bathrooms. These homes also feature such amenities as full master baths, high-efficiency furnaces, built-in shelves, and more. In addition to this, you can find an excellent choice of multi-family homes for sale in Aspinwall as well. These townhomes feature one bedroom and one bedroom, all the way up to three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Furthermore, lots for sale in Aspinwall are also available of varying sizes and featuring different types of terrain. If you’re curious about the great real estate options available in Aspinwall, there is no time like now to make your move. Contact us today for further information or to schedule a tour of one of our many Aspinwall properties.
Visible from Freeport Road, 211 Commercial Avenue, Aspinwall, Pa is home to Sam's Tavern In The Wall, an iconic neighborhood family bar and restaurant, formerly Aspinwall...
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