Mount Lebanon in Allegheny County is at the top of the list, followed by Philadelphia suburbs of Radnor Township, King of Prussia and Willow Grove on the Movoto real estate blog's list of top 10 best cities in Pennsylvania.
Mount Lebanon may be a mere seven miles from Pittsburgh, but this town stands just fine on its own. In fact, one of the reasons Mount Lebanon scored so well on our list was because of the sheer number of amenities it has to offer, from restaurants and shops in Uptown to some of the most beautiful homes you’ve ever seen in Virginia Manor.
Of course, to get the No. 1 spot on our list, amenities wouldn’t cut it. Mount Lebanon also scored well in its low crime rate—70 percent below the state’s average, their median household incomes—56 percent above the state average, and their stellar high school graduation rates—14 percent above average. In fact, Mount Lebanon is known nationally for its high-ranking schools. Maybe that has something to do with their award-winning public library?
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