3435 Ligonier | Lawrenceville
Details: 3 beds / 2.5 baths
Address: 3435 Ligonier Street / Pittsburgh, PA 15201
Some things really are too good to be true. This architectural gem of a townhouse is not one of those things. Built in 2013 in the heart of Pittsburgh’s most talked-about neighborhood, Lawrenceville’s 3435 Ligonier Street boasts 2,000 square feet of modern elegance and urban charm.
Setting center stage is a stunning three-story atrium, marked — as most of the place is — by bamboo floors and floods of natural light. The first level’s open floor plan connects the kitchen, dining area, and great room seamlessly. Trust us: We’ve yet to come across a spot so inviting. The kitchen, by the way, is one of the gourmet variety, stocked with quartz countertops and solid wood cabinetry. And when you’re ready to activate relaxation mode? We recommend following the skylight straight to the upper level bedrooms — particularly the third-floor master suite. Chic yet subtle, the space grants access to our favorite feature yet: a private rooftop deck overlooking dear ol’ Pittsburgh. It’s a warm-weather staple — and a lovely backdrop come snowfall, we might add.
Located mere blocks from the first intersection of Penn Avenue and Butler Street, this home is a hub for some of the most unique businesses in the city. From here, Downtown Pittsburgh and the Strip District are just at your fingertips … and Lawrenceville’s notorious restaurants, breweries, shops, and the like are in the palms of your hands. Of course, in a neighborhood this hot, parking tends to present a challenge. Except in the case of 3435 Ligonier, which sports a two-car tandem garage and a private driveway large enough for four cars.
Believe us: Opportunities as sweet as this don’t rear their heads often. There are even six years left on a city-school tax abatement to prove it — and to save you $250K per year on the property’s tax-assessed value. Plus, zero condo fees. Seems too good to be true, right? Give us a ring at 412.925.2668 to schedule a personal walk-through. You have to see this one to believe it.