Neighborhood: 429 Locust St., Edgewood
Asking price: $350,000
Style: Center-entry Tudor
Description: You might call this “classic Pittsburgh.” Built in 1909, this seven-bedroom home on a tree-lined street has original woodwork, hardwood floors, a box beam ceiling, stained-glass windows, a large front porch, patio and yard with a garden. Its location is convenient to Regent Square businesses, Frick Park and the Parkway East, says RE/MAX Select Realty agent Justin Cummings. The eat-in kitchen is modern, with two sinks and high-end appliances, he says. There’s a half-bath on the first floor and two bathrooms on the upper floors that have been remodeled.
Neighborhood: 1321 Spreading Oak Dr., Green Tree
Asking price: $325,000
Style: Split entry
Description: Berkshire Hathaway broker Aida Agovic-Corna calls this custom-built stone home a “remarkable property.” Built in 1977, the suburban three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath home has a spacious family room with stone fireplace, architecturally designed windows, a finished game room with fireplace, a large laundry room and a bonus room, as well as a two-car integral garage. It’s located on a cul-de-sac with easy access to major highways. The master bedroom has a full bath; the kitchen has granite countertops and a formal dining room.
Neighborhood: 208 Oriole Dr., Banksville
Asking price: $315,000
Description: This four-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath home, built in 1953, is located off Greentree Road in the city limits. Howard Hanna agent Derek Latch cites the wood-burning fireplace, large remodeled kitchen, game room, patio and fenced backyard with a shed as among its selling points. The lot is level, with a new sewer line. The house is located close to parks and has easy access to highways. There’s an integral two-car garage and newer roof.
Neighborhood: 11 Fifth Ave., Unit 202, Downtown
Asking price: $339,000
Description: This one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath property at the entrance to the Cultural District, listed by Lacek, was converted to living space in 2012. Located a block away from Heinz Hall, it has 14-foot ceilings and an open floor plan with bamboo flooring. Its large windows showcase Pittsburgh street scenes, including the former Joseph Horne Company building. A frosted panel door wall retracts to reveal the bedroom suite. The unit has Low HOA fees, says Lacek, and remaining city tax abatement for Downtown living. There’s a common area, rooftop entertainment area, storage and parking.
Neighborhood: 1825 Arcena St., Hill District
Asking price: $349,000
Description: Also listed by Lacek, this is one of three residences in River View Ridge Condominiums, built in 2017. Here, you can enjoy 180-degree views, including a rooftop view. The two-bedroom, two-bath home has a private balcony, intercom, private elevator to the vestibule, security cameras, heated garage and storage space. It has hardwood floors and a kitchen with cherry cabinets, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The master suite has a spa-like bathroom with walk-in shower and jacuzzi tub. There’s a basement, outdoor terrace and fire pit. The building is close to August Wilson Park.