Carnegie is located just six miles from downtown Pittsburgh at the intersection of Interstates 279 and 79 and links with communities to the south by Route 50 and to the east and west by Noblestown Road. So, truly, all roads do lead to Carnegie!
Carnegie is a town with a lot to offer, so much so that you may want to consider not only visiting, but living here! With a walkable downtown and easy access to 79, 276 and the Busway, nowhere in Pittsburgh is too far to travel from Carnegie.
We have great amenities to offer individuals and families alike, such as the Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall and the Carnegie Stage. Take your kids to the newly renovated Carnegie Park positioned right next to the miniature golf course, or your dog to the beautiful and well-maintained dog park. For those who want to exert more energy, the Panhandle Bike Trail is right next door in Rennerdale. Add that to the variety of restaurants and shops around town, and it makes it easy to have fun right at home!
There are homes for every type of person and family. Cozy townhouses, cool apartments in the quaint downtown area, modern homes as well as stately older houses that, with a little TLC, could be transformed into the crown jewels of the block. Carnegie even has a unique green community, E Lane, that provides affordable, energy efficient, modern homes for the environmentally conscious consumer. Talk to a realtor for more information and find out if the bustling town of Carnegie is the place for you.