Suburban Retreat

Near Pittsburgh, PA

Auction Date & Time

Saturday July 22, 2017 at 4:00PM EDT

Registered bidders only. Contact Platinum to obtain registration information.

Property Specs

5 BD / 4 BA / 2 Half BA

+/- 5,319 sq. ft. (main living area)

+/- 3,049 sq. ft. (finished basement)

Built: 2005

Lot Size: 7.1 acres

Property Previews

Beginning July 5th, Property Previews will be held daily from 12-4pm EDT, until the Auction date.

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The Property

RECENTLY OFFERED FOR $1.7 MILLION, NOW SELLING WITHOUT RESERVE! Just outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, this 7-acre estate is uniquely situated to enjoy the best of city and country living. The estate, designed by Scholz and built in 2005 by Paragon Homes, has an elegant brick exterior and traditional detailing coupled with modern amenities. Five bedrooms, four full and two half baths span the main living area, while a finished basement provides extra space for recreation and relaxation. Features include a beautiful home theater, oak “pub bar” in the lower level lounge, 700-bottle wine cellar, butler’s pantry and gourmet kitchen in addition to hardwood floors and fine finishes throughout.

With a 1.2 acre pond and Chartiers Creek (a tributary of the Ohio River) bordering the wooded lot, this Property is a haven of privacy, but downtown Pittsburgh is only 25 minutes away. A number of nationally renowned chefs have returned to Pittsburgh recently, and restaurants such as Cure, Legume and Dish Osteria have lead the way in celebrating the exceptional bounty of the Allegheny Valley with local and seasonal produce. In addition to dining options ranging from casual to fine, entertainment is rich and varied with national tours, symphonies and art installations are available every night of the week.


More information on this elegant luxury auction® opportunity can be found by accessing the Document Portal.

The Community

WASHINGTON COUNTY, PA. With a population of over 208,000 people, Washington County Pennsylvania is the 18th most populous county in the state, and has a total area of 861 square miles. Bordered on the west by Ohio and thirty minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, the county was named for George Washington and was created from Westmoreland County in 1781. Famed as the location of the culmination of the Whiskey Rebellion of 1791, the county has long been political; indeed, the events of the rebellion contributed to the formation of political parties in this country. In addition to history dating from the Revolutionary War, Washington County is home to the Rock Shelters at Meadowcroft Village, one of the best-preserved and oldest Pre-Clovis Native American dwellings in the country.

Aside from its rich history, Washington County has been home to many notable residents from recording artist Perry Como and Academy Award winner Shirley Jones to iJustine, a YouTube personality. Western Pennsylvania is also renowned as the birthplace of many celebrated athletes: Ken Griffey Junior and Senior, Pete Henry, Arvin Lewis, Stan Musial, and Kurt and Marty Schottenheimer are just a few of the professional athletes born and raised in Washington County.

The Community

PITTSBURGH, PA. “The City of Bridges,” Pittsburgh Pennsylvania is one of the jewels of the eastern United States, situated at the junction of the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers where they meet to make the Ohio River. Once a town devoted to the production of steel, Pittsburgh has since evolved to a city whose economy is driven by technology: Google, Apple, Facebook, and IBM are among more than 1,600 technology firms that generate over $20 billion in annual Pittsburgh payrolls. A focus on education, research and development has run deeply through the city, contributing to the excellent job growth Pittsburgh continues to enjoy. 68 colleges and universities including Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh lead the way in the nation’s arts, computer science and medicine. Six Fortune 500 companies contribute to the wealth and job security of the city and include PNC Financial Services, PPG Industries, U.S. Steel, The Kraft Heinz Company and Dick’s Sporting Goods.

Culturally rich beyond its size, Pittsburgh is home to major arts venues such as Heinz Hall and the Benedum Center in addition to several world-class museums including the Andy Warhol Museum, the Carnegie Museum of Art, and the Frick Art and Historical Center. The Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, and the National Aviary have served the city for over a century. Pittsburgh is also a city proud of its sports teams and for good reason: the Pittsburgh Pirates, Penguins and Steelers are some of the most respected teams in their leagues and the Steelers currently hold the record for Superbowl wins with six Lombardi trophies from eight appearances. For these and many other reasons, Pittsburgh has been ranked as the first or second most livable city in the United States five times since 2005 by The Economist’s Global Livability Ranking.

Property listed and offered for sale by The Karen Marshall Group of Keller Williams Realty. Listing Agent Karen Marshall (Lic #RS160587A). Platinum Luxury Auctions LLC is performing auction-marketing services as part of this transaction and is not performing any real estate brokerage services where prohibited. Bid calling by Pennsylvania auctioneer Timothy Bennett (Lic #AA019313).


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