Welcome to Mt. Lebanon

Located six miles south of downtown Pittsburgh, Mt. Lebanon is a charming small suburb with a quaint, friendly feeling. Often lovingly referred to as Lebo, the neighborhood is extremely walkable and offers great shopping, restaurants, and an excellent, award-winning public school system.

Key Details


walkable, family-friendly, historic, award-winning schools, parks, charming, affluent, local businesses, suburban


Commute Times
Pittsburgh International Airport 24m. by car
Downtown Pittsburgh 20m. by car
University of Pittsburgh 20m. by car
East to West Sleepy Hollow Road to Kelso Road
North to South McMonagle Ave to Connor Road
Nearby Neighborhoods Carnegie, Dormont, Bethel Park

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What to expect:
The highly ranked neighborhood offers everything you need in a suburb: walkable streets, parks, shopping, and restaurants.

In 2022, Niche ranked Mt. Lebanon as the #5 best suburb to live in Pennsylvania. Mt. Lebanon’s Uptown, including the popular Washington Road, offers restaurants, shops, and other attractions. A large section of the neighborhood is listed as the Mt. Lebanon Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places. This district contains over 3,300 contributing buildings and over 20 contributing sites.

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The lifestyle:
Walkable streets with endless recreational opportunities.

The neighborhood offers residents many recreational opportunities. In addition to the fifteen parks, Mt. Lebanon has an Olympic size swimming pool, a regulation size ice rink, public golf courses, and several tennis and basketball courts.

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Unexpected appeal:
Strong sense of community and pride.

The family-friendly, small-town feeling is what draws people to Mt. Lebanon. There is a great sense of community throughout the neighborhood. Residents take great pride in the award-winning excellence of the Mt. Lebanon School District.

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The market:
Homebuyers have many home style options to choose from.

Mt. Lebanon offers homes in a variety of architectural styles, from eclectic to modern, American Craftsman to Tudor revival, and everything in between. Throughout the rolling hills, you’ll find plenty of detached single-family homes, apartments, condos, and senior living.

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You'll fall in love with:
The incredible walkability of the entire neighborhood.

Mt. Lebanon was recognized as one of America’s most walkable small towns. The quaint sidewalk-lined streets make it a picturesque walking community.

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