This quintessential home is East Washington at its finest! Charming, quaint and historic. This classic Victorian, built around 1900 with a County Landmark plaque, is located on a beautiful brick street lined with sycamores. Relax after a long day on the wraparound porch or on the patio/pergola in the charming fenced rear yard. The home boasts 5 fireplaces, 4 are lovely decorative and 1 is a cozy log burning in the Family Room for those winter evenings. The room sizes are generous and many rooms have hard wood flooring. The washer and dryer are conveniently located on the main floor. All walls are free of wallpaper. The furnace was installed in 2017 and there is electric/central air with no radiators. The exterior was freshly painted in 2018. The renovated, 2nd floor bathroom is very large with double sinks. A rear alley accesses the 2 car/2 story garage with 2nd floor storage. Super close to W&J campus, interstates, shopping, farmers markets, the meadows and casino and the outlets.
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Living Room: Main Level (16X14)
Dining Room: Main Level (14X13)
Kitchen: Main Level (14X8)
Entry: Main Level (10X8)
Family Room: Main Level (14X13)
Laundry Room: Main Level
Master Bedroom: Upper Level (15X14)
Bedroom 2: Upper Level (15X10)
Bedroom 3: Upper Level (13X13)
Bedroom 4: Upper Level (11X9)
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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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