House 15143 439 Beaver St, Sewickley, PA15143 House 15143 is a home decor and accessory shop located on Beaver Street in Sewickley. The store, owned by Danielle…More Franks and Kristin Bordeau, offers a wide range of products for decorating and staging homes, including vintage decor, specialty storage items, chairs, lights, artwork, furnishings, rugs, baskets and tables. Gift items and cards are also available.
House of Two Sisters 507 Beaver St, Sewickley, PA15143 House of Two Sisters is a unique art gallery and custom framing shop located on Beaver Street, next to the Sewickley…More Hotel. The shop also displays fine art pieces, hosts art exhibitions and offers a variety of other services. Free estimates and additional information are available by phone.
The Child Health Association of Sewickley 1108 Ohio River Blvd Ste 802, Sewickley, PA15143 This organization consists of women volunteers who provide services to children in need in the Western Pennsylvania…More region. Fundraising events and programs include the Sewickley House Tour, the Sewickley Valley Antiques Show and the Three Rivers Cookbooks series.
Redwood Estates Mobile Home Park Mahoney Rd., Sewickley, PA15143 Redwood Estates Mobile Home Park is a local housing community. Most of the plots are currently being used by residents,…More but there are homes that are typically available for sale. Additional rental fees are paid to the community. Redwood also has a community playground for the residents to use. Redwood is maintained by an on-site office. It is close to Pittsburgh, making it a desirable location for ease of transportation.
Critmore Professional Building 1414 Beaver St, Sewickley, PA15143 Conveniently located right on Route 65, this building houses doctors and other medical offices and is completely…More wheelchair accessible. They have waiting rooms in each individual office but friends and family can wait in a common waiting area or outside in a white gazebo shaded by tall trees and near the creek. There is a covered entrance to shield patients during inclement weather.
Sidelines Beer House 518 Locust Pl, Sewickley, PA15143 Sidelines Beer House is a neighborhood bar and grill open for lunch, dinner and drinks daily. The bar features HDTVS,…More nightly specials and a wide selection of domestic and imported beers on tap. Executive chef Brad Murray offers an eclectic menu of refined bar food including appetizers, soups, salads, flatbreads, sandwiches, wings and more. Visit the Sidelines Beer House Web site for menu and upcoming event information.
Y M C A 2565 Nicholson Rd, Sewickley, PA15143 The original North Hills YMCA was established in May 1956 and housed in a former horse barn. Moved to this newly…More built location in 2006, the Baierl Family YMCA has indoor and outdoor pools, a health and wellness center, group exercise studio, climbing wall, running/walking track, gymnasium and five locker rooms. The YMCA offers classes and programs for the community, as well as memberships.
Gordon Bros Water/Kinetico 211 Overlook Dr, Sewickley, PA15143 Gordon Bros Water/Kinetico is a business that specializes in Kinetico home water systems. It caters its products…More and services to both residential customers and commercial customers. Its services include water softener systems, drinking water systems and whole house speciality treatment systems. It offers a variety of different products designed to effectively clean, filter and soften the taste of an individuals drinking water.
The Golden Cricket 2425 Rochester Rd, Sewickley, PA15143 With seven rooms of gifts, toys, bath products, colorful dishes, cards and collectibles, The Golden Cricket is…More a shopper's paradise. Even the bathroom of this converted home is used to display a selection of hats, bags and beauty products and the "bubbles" in the tub are actually clear blown glass balls. During the season, a Christmas shop is opened in a single-story building next to the house, carrying products such as Bella dishes, Sandra Magsamen gal pals, and Pipka Santas.
Aleppo Township 100 North Ave, Sewickley, PA15143 Covering approximately 1.63 square miles, Aleppo Township has a mix of housing styles and a small-town feel. Located 10…More miles northwest of Pittsburgh, Aleppo's hilly and wooded topography sits in close proximity to Interstate 79 and Ohio River Blvd., providing residents convenient access to the city and surrounding communities. The township is governed by a five-member board of commissioners, all of whom are elected officials.
Valley Care Association 400 Broad St, Sewickley, PA15143 In home-like centers, Valley Care Association cares for seniors, providing mental and physical activities to keep them…More engaged throughout the day. Nutritious breakfasts, lunches and dinners are served (the menu can be viewed at the website). Valley Care Association will also send employees to houses in Beaver and Allegheny counties to install grab bars, handheld showers and other small projects necessary for safety and easy mobility.
Sewickley Speakeasy 17 Ohio River Blvd, Sewickley, PA15143 Sewickley Speakeasy houses multiple rooms, including a separate bar room and a back patio with a lush outdoor view.…More Locals and regulars come to eat here all the time. New patrons can enjoy a light fare menu of five courses every day, except major holidays. The restaurant offers full wine service. Group parties and event reservations are welcomed.
Sewickley Heights Borough 246 Glen Mitchell Rd, Sewickley, PA15143 Sewickley Heights' topography and 20th century residential architecture -- an abundance of walls, gates, gate houses and…More outbuildings -- is a distinguished, unique collection on a grand scale. Sewickley Heights' architecture is noteworthy for retaining many structures from its early history; it is now the only borough in Pennsylvania designated entirely as a historic district. Sewickley Heights is about 10 miles west of Pittsburgh with easy access to Interstate 79 and the Pittsburgh International Airport. A council of seven elected council members oversee the borough's business. Council chambers are located on the first floor of the Borough Hall at the Allegheny Country Club, 238 Country Club Road.
This private club opened in 1960. Off the beaten path and surrounded by woods and mostly open land, Sewickley Heights…More Golf Club offers a peaceful setting for its members. After playing golf, members can enjoy sandwiches at the Grill or more formal meals in the Dining Room. Events are held at the club, including corporate and wedding parties. There is also a shop that sells golf equipment.
Memberships range from the Junior Golf Membership (for 14- to 22-year-olds) to the House Membership (non-golf, non-equity and non-voting privileges) to Active Family Membership (full access, equity and voting privileges). Contact the general manager for more information.
Center for Young Musicians (CYM) opened its doors in Wexford in 1994 and expanded to the Sewickley site in 2006. The…More school provides music appreciation and instruction with the goal of developing "proficient instrumentalists who are lifelong supporters of music." Its programs include Early Childhood Music (ECM), Music Literacy and Long-Term Curriculum in violin, cello, piano and guitar.
CYM musicians—some as young as 5 years old—have performed with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and at the White House. The facility in Wexford, at 120 Lake Drive, is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 8pm and Saturdays from 9am to 4pm, year-round. The Sewickley facility is open by appointment only.
Per-Fit Personal Fitness 432 Green St, Sewickley, PA15143 Established six years ago, Per-fit Personal Fitness was created to offer "the broadest range of services for the…More broadest range of people, ages and fitness level." There are four trainers, one Pilates trainer and three personal trainers, plus a good-sized selection of cardio, strength training and Pilates equipment housed in two rooms with an adjoining locker room. A one-hour training sessions is $60 per individual and $50 per person for a shared session. The trainers attempt to create a fitness lifestyle that is easy to commit to, "so that it doesn't take up your whole life ... you can enjoy it and keep doing it the rest of your life." They also will assist you with a nutritional plan. The facility has begun carrying a line of food products, Angle Foods, from Olympic gold medal wrestler Kurt Angle, which are protein- and fiber-enhanced.