Situated on a corner home site in Indiana Township sits, hidden back from the road, this Farmhouse built in 1890. You can tell the original part of the two story home by the 10 inch window ledges, 4" wood trim around the windows, 7" high baseboards and the interior 5 flat panel doors. The front staircase has a "spandrel" (triangular space under the stairs used as a closet). The living room (currently used as an office) has an over 5' wide and 4' tall Farmhouse fireplace. We believe the spacious kitchen was an addition around 1940. Off the kitchen is a 12 x 8 pantry and beyond that a 7 x 5 area that the current owners often thought of adding a first floor bathroom. The kitchen is also where you access the attached garage. The home has four charming bedrooms, one full bath and two staircases to the second floor. The one upstairs back bedroom has a dressing area in addition to the 2 closets. The outside is picturesque. Big wide farmhouse front steps lead to the 24 ft front covered porch and home entrance. The yard is perfect for gardening, playing or sitting and watching the Pittsburgh and surrounding community Fireworks. The driveway comes in off of Soeder, holds about 7 cars and has a turnaround when backing out from the garage.