Point Breeze Real Estate
The most prominent feature of Point Breeze is Henry Clay Frick's Clayton, which is a part of the 5.5-acre (2.2 ha) Frick Art & Historical Center. Nearby is St. Bede School, a Catholic school, and the Pittsburgh New Church School. It is also the home to two Pittsburgh Public Schools, Linden Academy elementary school and Sterrett Middle School, and the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary. The neighborhood also hosts much open space, with Westinghouse Park, Mellon Park, the scenic Homewood Cemetery, as well as the northern edge of Frick Park within its borders.
Pulitzer Prize winner Annie Dillard's popular memoir, An American Childhood, is set in Point Breeze during the 1950s. As a child she attended Park Place Elementary. Both of John Edgar Wideman's memoirs, Brothers and Keepers and Hoop Roots, use North Point Breeze's Westinghouse Park as a setting, as well as in his fictional Homewood Trilogy.
Although officially distinct neighborhoods separated by Penn Avenue, "Point Breeze" is also frequently taken to include North Point Breeze.
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Point Breeze Listings Summary
Point Breeze - Town vs. County Stats
Avg Price in Point Breeze: $1,012,600 / County Avg $346,300
Avg Taxes in Point Breeze: $8,500 / County Avg $3,500
Avg Sq. Ft. in Point Breeze: 2,942 / County Avg 1,699
Avg Price per/sqft in Point Breeze:$344 / County Avg $204
Avg Walkscore in Point Breeze: 71 / County Avg 54
Avg Year Built in Point Breeze: 1920 / County Avg 1941
Avg Days on Website in Point Breeze: 40 / County Avg 80