Offered by Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation
Judith Harvey, a member of Landmarks and the librarian of the Frank B. Fairbanks Rail-Related Archive, has donated her remaining life interest in Heathside Cottage to the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation.
Built in the mid-nineteenth century by bridge engineer James Andrews in what is now the Fineview Neighborhood of Pittsburgh, the early Victorian brick cottage located at 416 Catoma Street is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is protected by a Landmarks preservation easement. Heathside Cottage is a model of Early Victorian design, with delicate bargeboard, a steeply-pitched roof, and diamond-paned sash windows, and has been renovated for modern living. It’s adjacent to an urban garden, looks out over the City, and is less than ten-minutes from downtown Pittsburgh.
“Judith spent 15 years restoring this historic treasure,” said Landarks President Arthur Ziegler. “Now we will do our best to find an owner who shares her enthusiasm for the uniqueness of this property.”
Persons interested in learning more about purchasing Heathside Cottage should contact Jack Miller at 412-471-5808, ext. 538 or email@example.com
Proceeds from the sale of the property will endow Heathside Cottage’s preservation easement and support Landmarks’ mission.
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