House of the Week: Prestigious Oakmont Tudor



850 Hulton Road, Oakmont, 15202
 



 

Live in comfort, history, and style in this prestigious Oakmont Tudor.

Built in 1927 by Clarence and Clementine Succop, this historic gem is situated on a large, beautifully landscaped corner lot. The lush gardens and fountain were designed by Ezra C. Stiles, once one of Western Pennsylvania’s top landscape architects, who had designed gardens for many of Pittsburgh’s prominent families. Greet your guests in the impressive foyer lined with Italian tilework and dimpled plaster, and entertain in the spacious living room with unique features such as the wood-burning fireplace, oak ceiling beams, and French doors to the covered back porch.

Truly magnificent design is found in the eat-in kitchen, which boasts glazed maple cabinetry, quartz countertops, a large center island, and updated appliances. The skylights, along with the large window overlooking the garden brings nature indoors as you relax in the family room. The formal dining room features built-ins throughout, and will surely impress your guests.

The home’s floor plan is flexible, with a bonus home office or in-law suite featuring a private entrance. The finished, lower-level game room, spacious laundry room, cozy wine tasting room, and two extra rooms provide even more space for storage or additional living and entertaining space.

Meticulously maintained, this rare Oakmont opportunity is walking distance to the famed Oakmont Country Club, and only miles outside of the city of Pittsburgh.  



 

Sales Price:

  • $699,900

Bed/Bath:

  • 5 Bedrooms/4 Bathrooms 

Room Description:

  • Hearth Room, Living Room, Dining Room, Master Bedroom, Master Bathroom, Guest Suite or Executive Office with Private Entrance, 3-Car Integral Garage, Finished Lower Level with Wine Tasting Room. 



 

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To schedule a visit:

The Darla K. Jobkar Real Estate Group
Darla K. Jobkar
412-837-5133
724-413-4663
darla@northwood.com
DarlaSellsRealEstate.com

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