The Gilded Age magnificence at 223 Grandview Ave. in Pittsburgh is available on the market for the primary time in over 30 years. The worth is $2,799,900.
They don’t name it “Grandview” for nothing—the following homeowners will get pleasure from one-of-a-kind metropolis views proper from the entrance porch.
“The property is located on the most important lot on the legendary Grandview Avenue, which gives breathtaking views of downtown Pittsburgh,” says itemizing agent Heather Kaczorowski. “It’s one of the crucial well-known and sought-after places in all of Western Pennsylvania.”
The house was in-built 1874 by George Noble, a neighborhood businessman, on what was then generally known as Excessive Avenue. It stays the oldest single-family dwelling on the avenue.
However this 4,000-square-foot house is prized for greater than its location. It’s additionally in flawless situation.
From the 14-foot ceilings and unique hardwood flooring to the high-end kitchen home equipment, and even the vintage iron fountain now surrounded by a lush backyard, the property has been meticulously and lovingly maintained.
“The principle flooring consists of a library enhanced with gold leafing, a lounge with one of many property’s 4 working fireplaces, and a big eating room adorned with vintage mirrors,” Kaczorowski says.
The second flooring holds 4 spacious bedrooms and two of the three.5 baths. On the underground stage, a backyard room with atrium-style home windows appears to be like out onto the newly landscaped backyard and outside kitchen. The outside house additionally features a heated pool and a two-car storage.
“The breathtaking entrance door is unique to the house, and mounted on both facet grasp two outsized, hand-forged, gilded lanterns that can utterly steal your consideration,” Kaczorowski says.
These lighting fixtures are half of a bigger assortment of 38 chandeliers and sconces that have been sourced from world wide.