1888 H.H. Richardson-Designed Boggs Mansion For Sale in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
$2,195,000 | Built 1888 | 9,000 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 9 Baths | 0.21 Acres
604 W North Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Offering 9,000 square feet of exemplary living spaces, the historic 1888 Boggs Mansion is on the market for $2.19 million in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Listing details: A distinctive remnant of old Allegheny City and overlooking West Park, the former Boggs Mansion was built by famed architects Longfellow, Alden, & Harlow in 1888 and designed by H.H. Richardson, master designer of the Allegheny Court House. A home once graced by the likes of Henry Frick and Andrew Carnegie, this Romanesque-style mansion has been carefully restored and converted into a successful boutique hotel. The grand entrance showcases a magnificent spiral staircase, ornate woodwork with dentil molding and coffered ceilings, and a European fireplace made of rare bloodstone marble. Off the entry, an elegant sitting room adorned with original woodwork tells stories of Pittsburgh’s affluent past. Of the eight bedrooms, the Boggs suite shines with original stained glass details and overlooks Lake Elizabeth. One can’t help but marvel at the many opportunities this historic landmark presents! This stunning mansion is on the market for $2.19 million with Jason Carr of Compass. Photography by Kirsten Heagy of Flyover Properties.
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