Joseph R. Manning, 75, is still waiting to face Allegheny County Judge Donna Jo McDaniel on Aug. 31 on a criminal homicide charge, but in the meantime, Manning's home is for sale.
Nothing terribly special there, except that his home—1146 Brant Dr. in Whitehall Borough—is the site of the homicide.
"Mrs. Manning appeared to have suffered massive head trauma, and investigators found a blood-stained pipe wrench near her feet, according to a police criminal complaint," the Post-Gazette's story reads.
Brant Drive sits just off of Teal Drive near Streets Run Road and the Eat'n Park on Route 51.
According to the Allegheny County Assessment website, the Mannings owned 1146 Brant since 1971.
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services has listed the Manning house for sale at $154,900. It is zoned for residential use only.
Taxes per year on the four-bedroom dwelling are $5,154. There are two full bathrooms, one partial bathroom, a living room, a sunroom, a dining room, a kitchen, a family room, a laundry room and a den.
There is central air conditioning, and the house has gas heat.
The house, part of the Baldwin-Whitehall School District, is 45 years old.
Howard Hanna can be reached at 412-561-7400, ext. 288.
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