1010 Cedar Avenue
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes -
Rear entrance, but only the first floor is accessible.
Restrooms Available: Yes
Built in 1880 and constructed in the Second Empire style, this home’s exterior was one of the most progressive designs in Pittsburgh at the time and suggests the influence of an East coast architect.
As part of this tour, guests be granted access to the innkeeper suite and apartment, the future party room and wine cellar in the basement hosted and narrated by the current resident, general manager and innkeeper.
A restored 1880 Victorian home built by William and Mary Morhmann. At one time a carriage house with stables and kitchen existed in the rear property.
After being vacant and abused for nearly 35 years, this house was purchased by Allegheny Inn LLC in 2011 with the intent to create a bed and breakfast.
After a 5 year restoration the Allegheny Inn opened it's doors in Aug or 2016. This home boasts 43 windows, 40 doors, 8 fireplaces, 6 full baths, 2 powder rooms, a rare double fireplace formal parlor and a beautiful courtyard with fountain.