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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Turns out the Pittsburgh area is home to Pennsylvania’s richest town, according to a new study.

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In a new study done by 24/7 Wall St., the Pittsburgh suburb Edgeworth has a household income of more than $150,000.

That’s nearly triple the state average of $54,895.

24/7 Wall St. says they reviewed median household incomes in every town, city, village, borough, or census designated place with a population between 1,000 and 25,000.

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Here’s how they break it down for Edgeworth:

  • Median household income: $154,545
  • Household incomes of at least $200,000: 38.7 percent (state: 4.9 percent)
  • Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 84.7 percent (state: 29.3 percent)
  • Median home value: $506,200 (state: $ 167,700)

Edgeworth has 1,639 residents.

24/7 Wall St. also notes:

“Greater educational attainment can open opportunities to better paying jobs, and Edgeworth is home to one of the best-educated populations in the country. About 85% of area adults have a bachelor’s degree or higher, the largest share of any town in Pennsylvania and the fifth largest share nationwide.”

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Pennsylvania’s second richest town is Blue Bell, in Montgomery County. The average household income there is $130,164.