For Sale $9,750,000
Welcome to Faraway Farm, an unparalleled Sewickley Heights equestrian estate. Commanding over 30 hilltop acres, this immense and spectacular Sewickley Heights estate includes a 20 room magnificent stone Georgian-style manor house built in 1938 by W.C. Robinson Jr. & designed by Jack Franklin, an architect who concentrated on houses in Sewickley and is perhaps best remembered for designing the Pittsburgh Field Club in Fox Chapel. The house is characterized by beautiful architectural details, elegant & grandly scaled rooms, high ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces, & pastoral vistas from every room. Numerous terraces surrounding the house overlook expansive lawns & offer opportunities for al fresco entertaining & relaxing. Enhancing are newly designed additions that blend seamlessly w/the original structures. They include the carriage house 6 car garage and the pool & pool house, along with the extensively restored stable & barn, all set amid secluded rolling hills, woods and open fields.
|Refrigerator||Dish Washer||Kitchen Island||Automatic Garage door opener|
Living Room: Main Level (31x19)
Dining Room: Main Level (26x19)
Kitchen: Main Level (29x22)
Entry: Main Level (29x14)
Laundry Room: Upper Level (11x11)
Master Bedroom: Upper Level (20x19)
Bedroom 2: Upper Level (18x15)
Bedroom 3: Upper Level (18x16)
Bedroom 4: Upper Level (19x17)
Bedroom 5: Upper Level (19x13)
Sewer: Septic Tank
Estimated Annual Taxes
Approximate Lot Size
30 acres apprx
Contrary to media reports, home values in Pittsburgh are steady - far above the national average. In fact, locally our average sales price has increased over last year. If your are thinking of selling your home there is really no better time and no better place than Western Pennsylvania.
We would be happy to show you what your home is worth in today's market.