Howard Hanna Listing Featured in the New York Times

A home listed by Howard Hanna agent Molly Howard is being featured in the New York Times column “What You Get,” available online now and in Sunday’s print edition. The home, located in Pittsburgh’s Shadyside neighborhood, was built in 1912 and has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. Describing the home, Julie Lasky explains,

The home was renovated by the current owners, who have lived there for 10 years, and by the previous ones. Recent refurbishments include stripping layers of paint from the front porch columns, expanding the kitchen with matching cabinets and a breakfast nook, and creating a third-floor master suite that includes a dressing room converted from a bedroom.

The front door opens to a foyer with one of the home’s six decorative fireplaces and a coffered staircase decorated with a large panel of original stained glass. Behind it is a powder room and then the kitchen, which has exposed brick, hardwood floors and granite counters. The attached breakfast room opens to a rear deck.

Read the entire article at the New York Times. Explore the listing here.

0 thoughts on “Howard Hanna Listing Featured in the New York Times

  1. Pingback: Howard Hanna Listing Featured in the New York Times - Realtor Greensburg PA | Sara Petrie

Leave a Reply