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House of the Week: Style in the Strip

Live in comfort and style in one of Pittsburgh’s premier luxury townhomes, located in the heart of the Strip District.



215 25th Street, Unit #6, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 


 

Unit #6 is part of the newly constructed 2500 Smallman, an award-winning community unlike no other.

This private end unit boasts 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, with a convenient first floor master suite. 
 


 

Love to cook? The gourmet, center-island kitchen is a chef’s dream, featuring Wolfe stainless steel appliances, a double-oven, gas range, wine cooler, Sub-Zero Refrigerator & Freezer, custom cabinetry, a television, and counter space galore.
 


 

The kitchen opens out to the home’s balcony. The outdoor entertainment space continues with a private outdoor courtyard, which boasts a fireplace and grilling area.
 


 

An open floor plan and walls of windows seamlessly integrates the living room and dining room. You’ll love to cozy up by the fireplace in the cold winter months!
 

The lower-level, walkout, finished basement provides even more space to entertain, with two guest suites, a wet bar, and heated floors.
 

Enjoy the convenience of your two-car, integral garage, where you will also find heated flooring. 2500 Smallman amenities include gated owner access, 24/7 security, state of the art fitness center, caterer’s kitchen and luxury lounge, elevator, heated motor court with snow-melt system and guest parking. This unit, available for immediate occupancy, also is eligible for School and City Act 42 Tax Abatement.



 

Sales Price:

  • $1,595,000

Bed/Bath:

  • 3 Bedroom/3.5 Baths 



 

To schedule a visit:

Darla Jobkar, Northwood Realty Services
724-413-4663
darla@northwood.com
DarlaSellsRealEstate.com

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