For years the hillside overlooking Grandview Park on the border of Mt. Washington and Allentown sat idle despite two attempts to develop the land. Now it features a new development called Bailey Park Lane, started in 2014 and currently featuring six striking and modern single-family homes with nine more to come.

One of those homes, owned by the architect and developer of the project, Justin Cipriani, is for sale for $599k. The 2200-square-foot residence at 21 Bailey Park features three bedrooms and three bathrooms, along with design elements such as interior stone, bamboo floors and quartz countertops.

Like the other units, this was “custom made for the views and brought to life everything around it,” says Cipriani. Not only do the terrace glass doors off the living area swing open to dramatic views of the Pittsburgh skyline, but large windows elsewhere offer a contrasting and charming view of brick homes on the Mt. Washington hillside.

See the drone video of Bailey Park and see more of the house here.

Phase one of Bailey Park overlooking Grandview Park on Mt. Washington.
View from the rear of the homes in Bailey Park, overlooking Grandview Park with its Downtown Pittsburgh view.
Outdoor living at 21 Bailey Park.
21 Bailey Park features stone in the living area and elsewhere in the interior.
21 Bailey Park features stone in the living area and elsewhere in the interior.
Master bedroom with view of Downtown Pittsburgh.
The kitchen and dining areas at 21 Bailey Park.
15 houses are planned for Bailey Park. Contractor is Senko Construction.

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