Located in the historic Chatham Village development on Mt. Washington, Chatham Hall was formerly the mansion of Thomas Bigham. Originally built in 1849, the home was renovated to serve as a community clubhouse for the residents of Chatham Village.
Chatham Village is a cooperative residential community that was built in the early 1930s by the Buhl Foundation as an experiment to provide affordable, quality housing in an urban environment.
Nestled on a 46-acre site, Chatham Village's 197 townhouses and 19 apartments provide a quiet retreat from the bustle of city life. Trees, green lawns, gardens, parks and nearly 30 acres of natural woodland create an idyllic setting located only minutes from downtown Pittsburgh.
Private roadways circle the Village so interior courts and gardens are free from traffic and noise.
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Off-street parking is available. Call for more information.