Aiming to buy a home in Forest Hills? You’ll want to read up on the neighborhood and all it has to offer here.
Forest Hills was named after Forest Hills, Queens, a mostly residential community in Queens, NY. The neighborhood is bordered by other Pittsburgh communities like Wilkinsburg, Churchill, Edgewood, Swissvale and others.
Forest Hills is located along Lincoln Highway (at the Route 30 portion) which serves as a main artery of the borough. The neighborhood is known for its family-friendly activities. There’s many parks that serve the area including Forest Hills Park and Aboretum, Koch, Avenue L. Park and Arboretum and Bright Park. In the summer, you’ll want to take the whole family to the community pool. There are countless options for getting active, like leagues for basketball, swimming, yoga, aerobics and more. There is also a very active senior center.
Forest Hills Borough is always looking for volunteers for various needs. Furry residents of Forest Hills will enjoy a gorgeous, lush dog park with separate areas for both big and small dogs.
Forest Hills is served by many takeout restaurants for those nights you just don’t want to cook, such as Jake and Sons Pizzeria, Dominoes and a Hunan Palace.
As far as schools, Forest Hills is served by the Woodland Hills School District as well as multiple private schools including Christ Lutheran School and East Catholic School.