To visit Bella Mia, take Route 30
(east or west) to Robbins Station Road. Continue straight
on Robbins Station Road to stop sign at a “Y”.
Bear left at the “Y” to the next stop sign.
Make a left onto Mickanin Road and travel approximately
9/10 of a mile to the next stop sign and the entrance
to Bella Mia on the right.
1. Pennsylvania turnpike
2. Turnpike Interchange 67
3. Route 30
4. Robbins Station Road
5. Mickanin Road
6. Bella Mia – Lucia Lane
Location, Location, Location! Bella
Mia is tucked away in a private and quiet area of North
Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County. It is surrounded
by nature, beautiful trees and wildflowers, hiking trails
and North Huntingdon’s only waterfall located
in Braddock’s Trail Park. When you are ready to
“venture out” for work and play, it is conveniently
located and accessible to points North, South, East
or West. North Huntingdon Township is the first neighboring
community on the Allegheny County border.
5 miles to Exit 67 (Irwin/North Huntingdon) of the
The turnpike provides easy access to work and play
and only one traffic light to downtown Pittsburgh
3 miles to the Route 30 Corridor
Shopping, restaurants, medical and general services
13 Miles to the City of Greensburg
Westmoreland County Seat and Courthouse, commercial
and cultural center – plenty of shopping, restaurants,
cultural and educational facilities. Greensburg is
home to the state-of-the-art health facilities and
5 miles to the Arnold Palmer Regional Airport.
25 Miles to Ligonier
Visit Historic Fort Ligonier, Idlewild Park and the
35 miles to the Laurel Highlands
Only 2 turnpike exits to the fabulous Seven Springs
ski resort – enjoy this year round recreational
facility. Visit close-by Frank Lloyd Wright’s
Fallingwater, the fabulous Nemacolin Resort and only
an additional half-hour drive to Maryland’s
Deep Creek Lake.
8 miles to Monroeville
Additional shopping, restaurants, medical facilities
and high-tech businesses.
14 miles to the City of Pittsburgh
This award-winning “most-livable city”
has it all! Internationally known and accredited medical
facilities, educational facilities, the cultural district,
the 3 rivers and, of course, home to the PITTSBURGH
STEELERS, PITTSBURGH PIRATES, PITTSBURGH PENGUINS.
Visitors arrive by air at the Pittsburgh International