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  • Sitting in the heart of Steelers country, just southeast of Pittsburgh and right along the Monongahela River is the town of West Mifflin. The summers are hot and humid and the winters can get cold and snowy, but the 20,000+ residents of this old steel town are used to it by now. It is mainly a residential town, but is also home to high-tech job creators such as Bombardier and the Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory.

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6 Reasons to Love West Mifflin, PA

  • Kennywood's Open to Thrill You! The beloved Kennywood, one of only two amusement parks in the National Register of Historic Places, continues to thrill people of all ages. Operating since 1898, it's a tradition for residents of the area, with old rides like the Racer running alongside brand-new rides like Phantom's Revenge. If water parks are more your speed, Kennywood's sister park, Sandcastle, is only a few minutes away.
  • Easy Market Entry! With a median home value right around $90,000, and average rent running only $455 per month, West Mifflin is an inexpensive place to start a search for a rent to own home or a property to buy. Start your search at Mifflin Estates, RiverView Homes Association or Annhurst.
  • Growing Craft Beer Scene! The area is becoming a great incubator for craft breweries, with places like The Brew Gentlemen Beer Company and Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery close by. The area's top beer, though, is Iron City, which has operated off and on since 1861.
  • Good, Hearty Steel-Country Fare! You'll never go hungry in West Mifflin. From an outpost of the Pittsburgh mainstay Primanti Brothers to long-time favorites like Falce's Restaurant, the restaurants of the area never let you leave with room left in your belly.
  • High Home Ownership Rates! With 76 percent of the homes being owner-occupied, West Mifflin is a stable community. Much of that home ownership comes in the form of single family, detached homes - 78.5 percent of the homes in the town fit in this category. The neighborhoods along Greensprings Avenue are ripe with single-family options, as is the Livingston Road neighborhood in the southwest.
  • Get Outside and Enjoy the Fresh Air! Life along the Monongahela has plenty to offer, including fishing, rafting and more. If the closest you want to get to water is when it is considered a hazard to your game, the Westwood Golf Club is right in town and offers some solid, difficult holes. Of course, if you'd rather just relax and lay in the sun, there is plenty of park land for that as well.