The Mansion

The original house was constructed of cut and squared sandstone from the property and was completed in 1828. In 1845, the addition of five feet to the north side of the house and twenty feet to the west side provided front rooms to all the three floors. In 1877, a north wing was added to the mansion and in 1910 a stairwell section was constructed for the north wing. In 2000, the mansion was taken down to the bare stone walls and skillfully renovated and expanded to include state of the art amenities as well as dramatic interior and exterior architectural elements. In order to complete these astounding additions, which included the construction of both a north and south pond, the foundation of the original structure was extended using stone from a railroad bridge pier. The mansion was also distinctly finished with cooper roof and downspouts.

The mansion is now over 10,000 square feet of living space with three full floors and a remarkably finished basement. Distinguished by impeccable craftsmanship, the mansion now features a tiger maple staircase, 17 operational fireplaces, a master suite with terrace and grand view of the Allegheny River, a handicap accessible guest suite, 3 additional bedrooms, 3 additional full baths and 4 half-bathrooms. This fine home includes a gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, formal living and dining rooms, conservatory, library, and music room. A fully finished basement with English Pub Style game room, bar, and wine cellar completes this extraordinary manor.