White Oak Real Estate
White Oak received its name from a stand of white oak trees in the town. It was part of Versailles township until June 24th, 1948 when Judge Russell H. Adams signed the documents allowing it to become its own borough. The first building constructed in White Oak was 860 Maples Street at the Old Bowery School.
Today, White Oak has a population of 7,862 as of the 2010 census. You can do plenty of shopping in the White Oak Shopping Center and also get the “Hometown Feel” at some smaller places of business along the main drag. There are many neighborhoods in White Oak making it one of Pittsburgh’s Suburbs.