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Bostedo Appraisal Services has residential appraiser staff in the Belle Acres Borough area that is expert and waiting to appraise your Belle Acres Borough home, residential land, fourplex, triplex, or duplex. We specialize in appraisals for divorce, estate settlement and appraisals before you sell or buy and more. Our appraisers are locals who understand the Belle Acres real estate market. We work harder than our competition to make sure that your appraisal is as accurate and thorough as possible. We are also friends with many Belle Acres real estate professionals and our appraisers have friends, family or both living close by as we visit frequently on a personal level. This experience and these connections have made the staff at Bostedo Appraisal Services intimately familiar with the nuances in the Belle Acres real estate market. Please consider using Bostedo Appraisal Services if you need a Belle Acres Borough appraiser. We’re not just Pittsburgh’s Best Appraisers; we are Belle Acres Best Appraisers. Please contact us and let us prove it or see our customer reviews and testimonials. To learn more about Bostedo Appraisal Services and all of our appraisal services, start by visiting our Home page.
On January 28, 1854 by decree of Court the Township of Sewickley (Not to be confused with Sewickley Borough) was created from a section of Ohio Township. The surface of the township was exceedingly hilly, heavily wooded and the scenery was beautiful and quite wild. The first settler of the township was believed to be Frederick Merriman who came here about 1808. He bought 300 acres for a gun, an iron kettle and a sled. A Methodist preacher, Thomas McClelland came about 1811. He held services in his home. Wild game was abundant and forests were cleared for farmland. As the community grew three schools were built. As railroads in the area expanded ties were needed and many were cut from the wooded sections on Turkeyfoot and Sevin Roads by the Sevins lumber company. Around 1890 oil and gas were discovered and in a short time wells dotted the countryside. As the township was settled and the population grew, the citizens decided they needed a new form of government. On March 14, 1960 again by decree of the Courts Sewickley Township officially became the Borough of Bell Acres. The Borough has sustained slow-moderate growth with a population of 443 people in 1870 to approximately 1350 at present. The Borough contains 5.5 square miles with most of this comprised of single family homes.
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Bell Acres Appraisal Photos:.
Part of an appraiser’s job is to drive around and take photos of comparable homes. Occasionally, while on appraisal assignments in Bell Acres, our appraisers will stop to take other photos or if around lunch time grab a bite and stop to eat. Here are some photos taken by our appraisers while in Bell Acres.