For luxury, scale and amenities, this property stands alone, according to listing agents Bonnie Loya of Coldwell Banker Realty in McMurray and Kim Marie Angiulli of Coldwell Banker Realty in Pittsburgh. Known as Oak Grove, the 110-acre equestrian compound offers a full complement of resort-style amenities.
“This is a property for someone who is looking for total privacy and exceptional sophistication,” says Bonnie Loya. The main residence – three stories and 11,000 square feet – is constructed of Vermont limestone and created for a lifestyle of personal comfort and extravagant entertaining.
Among the home’s many highlights are a great room with 26-foot ceilings and a Mexican bedrock fireplace, a billiard room, an all-mahogany den/office, a lavish home cinema, an elevator, six fireplaces and a 2000-bottle wine cellar.
The dual-island kitchen is outfitted for huge gatherings as well as initimate meals and the lower level features a bourbon bar speakeasy, hibachi grill and a dance floor. The five bedroom suites include a grand main-floor primary and nearly every room sparkles with the light of chandeliers and sconces.
“The grounds are truly amazing,” Loya says. The swimming pool and bathhouse are surrounded by a garden, with a large pool deck for lounging and al fresco dining. With an abundance of security features, the property has a 235-yard golf fairway, a heliport and established equestrian facilities, including a stable with 13 stalls, tack room, wash bay, heated floors, kitchen/lounge, an office and a 100′ x 200′ indoor riding arena. There is also an outdoor arena (250′ x 130’), 11 fenced pastures and riding trails that meander through the property’s acreage.
Additional amenities of this gated estate include a six-car garage, a greenhouse, manicured gardens and handsome mature oaks.