Located in Westmoreland County, Greensburg is a city of 4.2 square miles and is a suburb of Pittsburgh. It boasts a population of 14,892 and has many lovely neighborhoods. The city was incorporated in 1799 and got its name from General Nathanael Greene, who served in the American Revolution. Today this town balances the historic and the contemporary in a blend that many are happy to call home.
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Plenty of real estate! The median price of homes for sale in Greensburg is $165,000. That is significantly lower than the area's median list price, which is $208,000. Greensburg homes cost an average of $125 per square foot, while median home values are about $105,000. Luxor and Lincoln Heights are two communities that are in high demand in this city.
Arts and cultural opportunities! Greensburg has museums, theaters, and art galleries within easy walking or driving distance of any of its neighborhoods. The Westmoreland Museum of American Art and the Palace Theatre are two places to go for entertainment in this community.
Rentals and rent to own homes! No matter which Greensburg neighborhood you choose, you'll find many rental options to consider. The median rent in this city is $631, which is almost 30 percent lower than rents in the rest of the state. It's also over $200 less than average rents for the country. Prices vary, however, from area to area. For example, rents average about $730 in Slickville but only $617 in the Mount Pleasant Street neighborhood.
Many ways to have fun! When you're ready to get out of the house and stretch your legs, you'll find plenty to do at places like the Kirk S. Nevin Ice Arena, St. Clair Park and Twin Lakes Park. There's also the Carmike 15 for when you want to catch the latest Hollywood hits.
A wide selection of restaurants! Greensburg is known for its 50s-style restaurants, such as Jioio's Family Restaurant and Highway 55 Burgers & Shakes, though it has a selection of more modern eateries as well. Among other community favorites are the Texas Roadhouse, Bob Evans, Red Lobster, and Ground Round Restaurant.
Many place to shop! There are many shopping options convenient from any Greensburg neighborhood, including the Westmoreland Mall, the Eastgate Shopping Center, and the Greengate Center. For grocery shopping, residents head to Giant Eagle, Save-A-Lot, and Four Corners Market.
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