About This 1905 Mansion In Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
Dating back to 1905, this stately residence is set amid mature foliage offering unmatched privacy on 1.4 acres in Pittsburgh’s East End. Known as The Kelly House, it was designed by Pittsburgh architectural firm McClure & Spahr and constructed by Henry Shenk & Company.
The front door opens to reveal a marble vestibule with leaded glass windows which leads to a grand entry hall boasting marble flooring, ornate moldings, and pillars carved from quarter-sawn oak. Original plasterwork adorns many ceilings and pocket doors provide privacy to rooms on the main level, many of which are home to exquisite built-ins and cozy fireplaces.
The eat-in kitchen is equipped with granite countertops and high-end appliances. Upstairs, the master suite boasts a sitting room and an elegant marble bath while the 3rd level has its own bedroom suite and laundry facilities. A sprawling finished lower level is home to a media room, gym & wine cellar. Truly a home to be appreciated by the most discerning buyer!