Enjoy a rare opportunity to own a beautiful home designed by and originally owned by architect A. H. Spahr. Period details include: high ceilings, plaster walls, gleaming hardwood floors, spacious rooms, and beautiful woodwork. Kitchen has lots of counter and cabinet space, a breakfast nook and a butler's pantry. The main floor includes a sun room with views of the wonderfully landscaped back yard (includes up-lighting), dining room with built-ins and a huge living room with gas fireplace and judges paneling. The powder room has fixtures from the Heinz estate. Other period details include leaded glass, built-in shelves, window seats, curved wooden banister, french doors and crown molding. There is also plenty of storage throughout the house - uncommon for this period. The back yard is nicely landscaped and includes knee high fence and brick paved area for entertaining. There is a detached two car garage that mirrors the style of the house. The home is in a prime village location.
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Estimated Annual Taxes
Approximate Lot Size
90x138 ml apprx
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.
We would be happy to show you what your home is worth in today's market.