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Welcome to A Novel Neighborhood. Point Breeze is in more than one way a storybook community.
As the setting of Annie Dilliard's Pulitizer Prize winning memoir, An American Childhood, the 1950's era Point Breeze is much like the Point Breeze of today. It's attractiveness is in its small town feel and it's distinctness within the metropolis that is the city of Pittsburgh. Point Breeze has many famous ties. Industrialist and financier Henry Clay Frick made his home there. His estate, Clayton, is part of the Frick Art and Historical Center, a Point Breeze tourist attraction and cultural landmark. It's a neighborhood full of neat, colorful homes sitting upon wide streets, showcasing its old-fashioned, comfortably cool and vibrant character. It's leafy and walkable, and neighborhood parks add to it's natural beauty and livability. And the array of schools in Point Breeze is a tremendous draw for the many young families who call it home. Parents can choose from stellar public elementary schools to a variety of highly-regarded private institutions.
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