Woodville-The John and Presley Neville House
Neville House Associates 1375 Washington Pike
Bridgeville, PA 15017
(412) 221-0348

WoodvilleOpen: Year Round (closed on major holidays) Grounds open Wednesday to Saturday, 10 to 6 (Self guided tours)
House open Sunday 1-4 (Guided tours)
Directions: Approximately 20 minutes southwest of Pittsburgh. From Pittsburgh follow the Parkway West (Rte 279) to Interstate 79 South, to the Kirwan Heights Exit 55. At the stoplight, turn left on Route 50 (Washington Pike) and Woodville is ½ mile on the left, just prior to the intersection of Thoms Run Rd.

Woodville, built by General John Neville in 1775, was the country home of Colonel Presley Neville, and is Western Pennsylvania’s principal link to the late 18th century. A rare example of Virginia-style architecture in Western PA, the interiors of the home reflect the period of 1780-1820 and include meticulously researched and restored furnishings, wall coverings and paint.

The Allegheny County Committee of the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Pennsylvania, is involved in ongoing restoration efforts throughout the house.

The house and the surrounding three acres is owned by the Neville House Associates Inc. (501c3), and is maintained and operated as a living history farm and museum of life in the Federal period of American history.





Photo Credit: Erik Kvalsvik