There’s No House In The World Like This One In Pittsburgh

Most of us have driven through some of Pittsburgh’s rougher neighborhoods, where hints of a vibrant past still lie in the old buildings, restaurants, and shops – some with boards over their windows – that closed or were abandoned because of a down economy. Reclaiming those forgotten neighborhoods, however, is within reach and one Pittsburgher, Randy Gilson, is proof of that.

A visit to this unique house in Pittsburgh is certain to leave you inspired. After your visit, stop by Conflict Kitchen on Schenley Avenue, an equally unique restaurant that will inspire you.

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