Plum grew from a few log cabins in the 18th century to a charming town that thousands of people happily call home today. It is centrally located in the heart of western Pennsylvania, giving people a close connection to their tight-knit community along with a quick commute to neighboring Pittsburgh. With a population of about 27,000 people, Plum is just the right size to offer great restaurants, excellent nightlife, and plenty of culture, without feeling too crowded or congested.
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Have fun in Plum! Plum is full of great activities and recreational opportunities. Boyce Park is popular with locals, who hold picnics and barbecues there in the summer. Inside the park you can also find one of Plum's authentic original log cabins. The Carpenter Log House gives you a peek into how people lived over a hundred years ago, and serves as a popular historical attraction in Plum. If that's not enough, and you're looking for a bit of golf, the Oakmont Country Club hosts one of the best ranked courses in the country, hosting a total of eight U.S. Opens, an honor that no other golf course has matched yet.
A great local economy! Given that Plum has a strong local economy, with plenty of people working in finance, education, and manufacturing, there has been an influx of home seekers, helping drive up home values. Healthcare is the biggest employer, with 16.5 percent of people working this sector. Pittsburgh is only about 20 minutes away via Route 28, giving residents a quick option directly downtown as well. Many people seeking to work in or near Plum choose to rent to own their homes, giving the option to pay off their home in the Regency Park neighborhood while living and working in Plum.
Great options for dining out! Plum is known for its great options for enjoying quality cuisine. Take a swing by Lelulu Pizza where you can enjoy a piping hot authentic brick oven pizza in a cozy atmosphere. If you want to add a little spice to your meal, another popular spot is Wok in Heaven, a cozy place where you can sample tasty scallion pancakes, fantail shrimp and finish it off with a delicious mango margarita.
Plum home prices and home value are growing! Plum's population has grown 11.7 percent since 1990, with people continuously drawn to Plum's schools, tree-lined streets, and high standard of living. Part of this growth also down to the fact that Plum has great scenery, such as the Allegheny River flowing nearby along with great activities available, such as the Boyce Park ski and snow tubing center, giving people a fulfilling community experience, and helping drive Plum's real estate demand.
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