The Pittsburgh house where Fred Rogers lived is on the market.


Fans of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" might appreciate this: The Pittsburgh house where Fred Rogers lived in the late-'50s and early-'60s is on the market. The asking price is $850,000. While Fred was living here, he was attending the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and worked as a composer, organist, and puppeteer on "The Children’s Corner". Fred and Joanne Rogers also had two children at the time they lived in the home.

CHECK OUT THE ZILLOW LISTING HERE

If that link gets wonky on you....The house is on 5381 Northumberland St in Pittsburgh. It is over 3600 square feet and has enough Pittsburgh royalty charm for a full Yinzplosion.


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