About Elizabeth, PA
Are you looking for a home, in Elizabeth, Allegheny County, 15088? Howard Hanna Simon Real Estate Services can help. In 1787, Elizabeth (formerly Elizabeth Town) was founded by Samuel Mackay, Colonel Stephen Bayard and his wife Elizabeth Mackay Bayard (for whom the town was named). Elizabeth was one of the first seven townships organized by Allegheny County; the others being Moon, St. Clair, Mifflin, Versailles, Plum, and Pitt. The original Elizabeth Township comprised the entire triangle of land between the Monongahela and Youghiogheny Rivers. In addition to present-day Elizabeth Borough and Elizabeth Township, this also included areas which are now Forward Township, Lincoln Borough, Port Vue Borough, Liberty Borough, the City of Glassport, and the Tenth Ward of the City of McKeesport. With a large community like Elizabeth, Howard Hanna Simon Real Estate Services is the top seller in Elizabeth, PA.
In 1803 The keelboat used for the first stages of the Lewis and Clark Expedition was built in Elizabeth, PA. That boat was a vital link in the heritage of American exploration and our two most famous explorers. Howard Hanna Simon Real Estate Services, wants to help you explore your options in Elizabeth, PA.
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238 Cresswood Drive Elizabeth Twp/Boro, Pennsylvania
2 Baths 1,512 SqFt 0.560 Acres