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Once a country town, now a busy first-class suburb replete with public green spaces, the elegant Sewickley draws people from the whole area.  

The area transitioned from being a farming community and a stop for travelers and river captains on the Ohio River, then a railroad town, only to become the queen of Pittsburgh suburbs.


To treat your palate – order coffee at the Press House, enjoy a hearty breakfast at Café des Amis, have lunch at Mediterra, dine at swanky Vivo, and don’t forget to get dessert at Sewickley Confectionery, or the Ultimate Pastry Shop, and taste tapas and drinks at Lula. Stock up on tasty Italian groceries at the Bridgeside Market. Find your fruits and veggies at the seasonal Farmer’s Market and all things handmade and artisanal at the Sewickley Night Market.


Median Home Value $447,600




Area Feel
Dense Suburban


Must Go Places in Sewickley

Cater to your body by going to the YMCA, where indoor and outdoor pickleball courts await you, pamper yourself at the Judit European Day Spa, or visit Yoga in Sewickley. To satisfy your various shopping needs, explore storefronts on Beaver Street, be it clothing, jewelry, trinkets, books but also yarns, cards, or even pastries for your dog.


Visit the Lindsay Theater for cinematic pleasures at different times of the day. Stroll the streets of Sewickley, notice the fine architecture and gracious old houses in Greek Revival, Italianate, and Gothic styles, and admire picturesque gardens. Be sure to stop by the Municipal Hall built in various styles.


The borough has everything you need when raising a family: a hospital, schools, a library, and many more amenities.

Interesting fact: Beaver Street can be glimpsed in the Christmas movie filmed in Pittsburgh titled Happiest Season with Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis, and Daniel Levy.

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