The oldest house in Fox Chapel has a log portion built in 1798-99 by George Hodil on property bought for 2 pounds, 19 shillings.
Judges loved the former market’s melange of exposed brick, tin ceilings, white custom woodwork, old hardwood and new bamboo.
“The importance of clean, green building and clear air is more important than ever,” says the owner of an energy-efficient duplex.
Mary Beth and Chuck Kim have been married for more than 40 years. 10172 Woodbury Drive is their seventh renovation together.
Communities at a Glance
A couple of yellow dandelions in a good vase look better than a cheap vase with a white orchid, says New York floral designer Lewis Miller.
Butterfly weed, Brunnera, Dianthus, phlox and other tough perennials bloom reliably each year and are, for the most part, trouble-free.