A “Pastoral Paradise” Could Be Yours — for $6 Million
The expansive estate north of Pittsburgh sits on 171 acres in Richland Township.
It’s been dubbed the “Pastoral Paradise,” and the nickname isn’t a misnomer.
Sitting on 171 acres in Richland Township, the secluded estate at 5640 N. Montour Road includes an aquaponics system, a duck house, chicken coops, a potting shed and a barn, a pumpkin patch, blueberry garden, vegetable gardens and a scenic stocked pond.
It could all be yours — if you have $6.1 million.
Listed for sale by Piatt Sotheby’s International Realty, the turrented, four bedroom, 9,329-square-foot house — which also includes four full bathrooms and two half bathrooms — is described as the ultimate setting for those who enjoy that farm-to-table lifestyle.
“There are no shortage of awe-inspiring moments on this property — from the carefully considered landscaping, to the beautiful water features and outdoor entertaining spaces, enjoying the outdoors is a true luxury experience,” says listing agent Emily Wilhelm.
Besides a dramatic wrought-iron spiral staircase, the home’s interior includes a gourmet kitchen, custom cabinetry and high-end appliances such as a Wolf gas range, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and a built-in Miele coffee maker.
The master suite has dual walk-in dressing rooms, a clawfoot soaking tub, a separate shower and, of course, sweeping views of the grounds. Outdoors, there’s a kitchen with a built-in grill, a tiered water feature and a pergola with an automatic retractable cover.
Moving on to the finished lower level, which includes radiant-heated floors, there’s a family room with a fireplace, a wet bar/lounge with stone counters and a whiskey room with a built-in humidor.
Missing the movie theater experience during the pandemic? Not a problem here. The home includes a state-of-the art home theater with two rows of seating.
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