Own a piece of history in Pittsburgh’s South Side

Own a piece of history in Pittsburgh’s South Side

  • Pittsburgh Living
  • 03/6/23


The entire top floor of the rectory at the historic “Angel Arms” church condominium is on the market for the very first time. 

This unique penthouse, listed by Racheallee Lacek, is alive with history and designed by the prolific Frederick E. Sauer and built in the 1850s. This specific unit features 2,000+ square feet of living space, two bedrooms, two full and one partial bathroom and a breathtaking rooftop outdoor terrace overlooking the Pittsburgh skyline.

Details from the building’s past life have been preserved throughout, including arched doorways, stained glass windows, marble finishes and more. Its a one-of-a-kind residence in every sense of the word. 

A reading room is situated off the owner’s suite and within the historic southeast turret and the terrace off the family room offers the opportunity to watch sunsets, fireworks or simply enjoy a peaceful evening.

Learn more about 1 Pius Street Penthouse A-1

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Robyn is on the board of the Child Health Association of Sewickley, a member of Neighbors & Newcomers and is a founding member of Christ Church at Grove Farms. She uses her extensive marketing background and passion for real estate to match buyers and sellers with their dream homes in her home town.

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