Edgewater is just 14 miles northeast of Pittsburgh along the Allegheny River. Edgewater is what we like to call destiny, a natural and long overdue extension of Oakmont, one of America's best loved small towns. With its eclectic collection of independently owned shops, boutiques and eateries that line gas lit brick streets, Oakmont evokes a warmth and sense of community that has helped it flourish for more than 120 years.

More than just an extension of Oakmont, Edgewater takes the very best of Oakmont - its architecture, town center and green spaces - and re-imagines them. Through LEED-certified home designs, gathering spaces and a commitment to return the river to the people, Edgewater is a new community that feels as though it's always been here. And, in a sense, thanks to Oakmont, the river and the people, it always has.

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A Town With a History

The Oaks Theater
An Oakmont classic, The Oaks is a beautifully refurbished 430-seat single-screen movie house, showing the best in current, classic, and independent films. For added fun, The Rocky Horror Picture Show plays the last Friday of every month.
Carnegie Library
Built in 1899, the Carnegie Library is still free and open to the public. It came into being after the Oakmont School Board passed a resolution to "establish a free, non-sectarian public library for the general use of residents of this district." Oakmont resident, L.M. Morris, wrote to his cousin, Andrew Carnegie, seeking financial assistance. The rest, as they say, is history.
The Oakmont Country Club
Much of the world knows Oakmont because of its top-rated golf course, designed in 1903 by Henry Downes. Consistently ranked in the top five courses of the world, itís played host to eight U.S. Opens and is also noted as one of the most challenging golf courses in the world with its many bunkers and sand traps.
Riverview Raiders
Football is the lifeblood of Pittsburgh - and Oakmont. The Riverview Raiders athletic program is best known not for its win-loss record or a competition placement, but by the sportsmanship, teamwork and respect the players and staff exhibit on and off the field.