9 Trillium Lane, Pittsburgh, Pa 15238

$3,988,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 7,484 sqft
  • 4 ac lot
  • $532/sqft
Your best life begins with a home that inspires you. Inspiration is drawn from our surroundings, and the unequivocal uniqueness that resides within 9 Trillium Lane is a muse for all. Two pounds, ninet
Your best life begins with a home that inspires you. Inspiration is drawn from our surroundings, and the unequivocal uniqueness that resides within 9 Trillium Lane is a muse for all. Two pounds, nineteen shillings. In 1786, a remote cabin was built on a tract of land purchased from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Affectionately known as Summer Seat, this 18th-century residence became Fox Chapel’s very first home. Offering an impeccable blend of history, modernity, and exclusivity, 9 Trillium Lane is nothing short of remarkable.

Sourcing authentic materials from Western Pennsylvania’s cabins and farms built in the 1700s, 9 Trillium was painstakingly brought back to life using the same quality and distinctiveness from that very time period. The current owners hired log building specialists Gump & Miller of Cannonsburg, who patiently scoured the region for authentic fireplace mantels, hand-hewn beams, old stone, barnwood, and logs for over a decade -- cohesively creating the masterpiece that we see today.

Driving up the winding road of Trillium Lane, time slows down as you pass under soaring pine trees and the multicolored leaves of Fall. Summer Seat welcomes you through a private gate, guarded by two rather friendly squirrels. Once on the property, a second gate beckons you in, where the residence sits atop a lushly landscaped estate.

If walls could talk, one can only imagine what these might say. To the current owners, this home was known as the “Holiday House,” featuring a beautifully decorated evergreen tree in almost every room, perfectly placed garland that welcomed the most special of guests, and an impressive kitchen that curated the most wonderful home-cooked meals for upwards of 40 family and friends. The main house, built around the original log cabin, has four bedroom suites, two powder rooms, a formal dining room, a breakfast room, a gourmet kitchen with butlers pantry, a reading room, a library, a study, a gathering room, formal living room, wet bar, beautiful window vistas, stone-floored interior corridor with glass french doors accessing a flagstone patio and nine stunning fireplaces.

Modern features: A chef’s kitchen designed to please the most discriminating cooks, includes custom solid wood cabinetry, topped with Carrara marble counters and two Carrara marble deep farm sinks. A distressed painted 12-foot antique hutch, built-in butler’s pantry, two Subzero refrigerators, 2 built-in Gaggenau wall ovens, a Viking warming drawer, and a Viking gas cooktop with griddle attachment which is perfectly centered in a soapstone counter, accented by a white ceramic tiled backsplash and built into a custom designed brick arched cooking alcove that was constructed on-site using stone from a 1750’s home... The breakfast room is handsomely detailed by authentic wood ceiling beams and a large fireplace constructed from the remnants of the same historic home as the kitchen’s fireplace. The private owner’s suite is accessed by the back staircase off the kitchen area and features vaulted ceilings in the sleeping quarters, a secluded covered deck, two walk-in closets plus an additional wall of built-ins, and a large private bath boasting separate vanities, a claw-footed soaking tub, and a walk-in ceramic tiled shower. Other timeless attributes include 104 custom true divided light double-hung windows constructed with blown glass and pins authentically depicting the 1700s era. Most of the windows are perfectly dressed with custom wood-paneled Colonial shutters. Attention to detail is prevalent from the authentically replicated lighting fixtures to every classic faucet, cabinet handle, or pull. This home is true perfection.
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  • Fireplace
  • Library
  • Gate
  • Privacy
  • Bar
  • Air Conditioning

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    1978

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Linda DiBucci
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Located at 3402 Harts Run Road, adjacent to the beloved Hartwood Restaurant, the Hartwood office aims to serve clie
Located at 3402 Harts Run Road, adjacent to the beloved Hartwood Restaurant, the Hartwood office aims to serve clients of Pittsburgh’s North Hills, including Allison Park, Hampton Township, and Fox Chapel. We desire to bring the quality and professional services of our firm to these esteemed neighborhoods. The North Hills region offers a close proximity to the city, but charming and quiet suburban setting. Quality school districts, an abundance of shopping, and a unique range of homes makes the North Hills a desirable part of Pittsburgh for many.

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3402 Harts Run Road, 15116, Glenshaw, Pennsylvania, United States

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