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Woodville Plantation, c. 1775-85


Gen. John Neville House
1375 Washington Pike
Bridgeville, PA 15017-2821


Open: Wednesday - Saturday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm (grounds only)
Guided house tours Sundays 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Phone: (412) 221-0348


Woodville, the plantation house of General John Neville, is a rare example of 18th century Virginia-style architecture in Western Pennsylvania. Though the facade shows later embellishments, the interior reflects the earliest period and has been enhanced by historically researched colors and reproductions of wallpaper found in place. The Allegheny County Committee of the Pennsylvania Society has furnished the dining room with appropriate Federal-style antiques.

National Historic Landmark


Approximately twenty minutes southwest of Pittsburgh. From Pittsburgh, follow the Parkway West (Route 279) to Route 79 South, take the Kirwan Heights exit 12. Turn left on Route 50 (Washington Pike), house is one-half mile on the left.