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House of the Week: Unique Usonian in West Mifflin

This modern, mid-century Usonian home was designed and built by Peter Berndtson, an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright.



111 Lutz Lane, West Mifflin, PA 15112 



 

 This is the first time that this unique home, located on a private lot just minutes from downtown, has been offered for sale.
 


 

Built in harmony with its surroundings, the home includes spacious rooms, original built-in custom furniture, a board and batten wood interior and a white pine exterior.
 


 

There are plenty of windows to allow for natural light, plus radiant-heated flooring and two gas log fireplaces.
 


 

There also is a rear patio and a two-car attached garage.
 


 

The kitchen features modern appliances and natural stone countertops.


 

The master bathroom includes a shower and a Jacuzzi tub.
 


 

The home is located on a mostly level, 0.56 acre lot. 



 

Sales Price:

  • $425,000

Bed/Bath:

  • 3 Bedrooms/3.5 Baths



 

To schedule a visit:

Darla Jobkar, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty
C: 724-413-4663
O: 412-367-3200
Darla@TPRSold.com

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