Cranberry Township, referred to as Cranberry is the northernmost township for which we frequently list and show homes. Cranberry is located in Butler County, one county north of Allegheny County. It has been one of the most rapidly-developing areas in the US, and certainly in PA for several years, likely due to plentiful and affordable open farmland being converted to new housing, proximity to several major highways and interstates. Cranberry is a county known for lower property, business and wage taxes than the city of Pittsburgh and its closer suburbs. The township covers a large area, located 29 miles from the city of Pittsburgh and miles from the city of Butler to the north.
It is served by several school districts, including North Allegheny, Mars Area, Seneca Valley, Freedom Area and Pine-Richland. If you have a school district preference, you’ll want to study the district borders on a map of the area before heading out to see a home. A large, new Catholic high school, Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic, is also located here.
Median Home Value: $ 262,700
Population: 29,457 residents
More information for Cranberry Township: twp.cranberry.pa.us