7925 Washington Lane, Cheltenham, Pittsburgh, United States, 19095
Pheasant Run, a barn designed in 1921 by noted Philadelphia architect Horace Trumbauer as part of the historic Widener estate, was converted to a home in the 1950s. Its most important elements of style were carried out with precision and have been exceptionally maintained with great investment by its owners.
It is an English storybook home set on 2.5 acres amid perennial gardens, a pool & spa, patio and a courtyard. Inside, it has grand spaces for entertaining, including a sun-filled, Mercer tiled reception foyer that opens into the living room with a barrel-vaulted ceiling and much architectural detail. A formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, butler’s kitchen, a wood-paneled study, media room, wine room, and 5 bedrooms complete the main floor.
Upstairs there’s a party loft with bar, and a full exercise room with steam, sauna, & spa. Additionally there is a drive through 2-car garage, a turret apartment and a carriage house rental – a creation brimming with the richness that only a historical home can offer.
Size: 9,935 Sq. Ft.
Bathrooms: 5 Full, 1 Half
Speciality Items: Designed in 1921 by Horace Trumbauer, Originally a Barn, Converted to a Home in the 1950s, 2.5 Acres, Perennial Gardens, Swimming Pool, Butler’s Kitchen, Media Room, 2-Car Garage, Turret Apartment.
Address: 7925 Washington Lane, Cheltenham, Pittsburgh, United States, 19095