The Mansion at Maple Heights

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The Mansion at Maple Heights is a historical Jacobean mansion in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that has been renovated and was, from 2009[1] to 2018,[2] used as a bed and breakfast.[3]

The Mansion, 2010

History[edit]

The house was built in 1903 by Thiebold Berger, a prominent business man in the printing press industry. He built the home as a wedding gift for his daughter and new son-in-law. Originally, the house was red brick, but the daughter did not like it, so Berger had sandstone put around the exterior of the home. It was one of four mansions on Maple Heights Road, which used to be recognized a part of 5th Avenue in Shadyside, a prominent, affluent neighborhood in Pittsburgh.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Who/What/Where/Why: The Mansion at Maple Heights". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved 2018-12-17.
  2. ^ "The Mansion at Maple Heights | Bed & Breakfast". Retrieved 2018-12-17.
  3. ^ mansionmapleheights.com
  4. ^ mansionmapleheights.com

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