This late 19th century home features large chimneys, dentil moulding, classical columns, leaded beveled glass entrance, and front entrance lighting claimed to be Tiffany. The style of home is a combination of colonial style with contemporary elements. Built in 1901, this historical home is situated on a 1 1/2 lots. The 3 story has a covered front porch, back outdoor living space with fire pit, and well cared for perennial garden. Only owned by 2 families, this home has many features including 5 bedrooms, 3 full baths. 33x12 gym area with shower, 13x13 sun porch, original Quarter Sawed Oak floors with Mahogany strip, whole house fan, 6 fireplaces-4 decorative/2 gas. Additional unique features include 3rd floor maids quarters with a 26x8 space for large walk-in closet or 6th bedroom, back steps to kitchen, 3 stained glass windows, 9 ft ceilings, 13x6 pantry area with built in office desk, and gorgeous original gold leafed cornices. Original blue prints are framed and hanging on wall.
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Contrary to media reports, home values in Pittsburgh are steady - far above the national average. In fact, locally our average sales price has increased over last year. If your are thinking of selling your home there is really no better time and no better place than Western Pennsylvania.
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