— A Pittsburgh estate sale could end up costing more than $3 million for the family of a man who died of pneumonia at age 77.
According to local media reports, a Pittsburgh real estate broker said the sale of the former home of Charles T. Miller, Sr., for $4.8 million would have been worth $3.2 million to the family.
The estate is located in the city’s historic Poncey-Highland neighborhood and is located on the southeast side of the city.
It is located at 613 West Fourth Street.
The family had planned to purchase the property in January, but the sale was postponed until the family could purchase a new home.
The buyer of the home, Charles Miller, Jr., said the family plans to move out and retire at some point in the future.
Miller, Sr. was born in Pittsburgh and grew up in the Pittsburgh area.
He had lived in the neighborhood for more than a decade and served in the Navy.
He died at his home in the area in October.
According the estate website, the house is “a collection of fine stone and wood that is located along the southern edge of the Ponce de Leon River, just south of the historic Pittsburgh Hotel and the PNC Bank Stadium.”
The house was built in the 1920s and 1930s.
Miller Sr. worked as a coal miner and lived in Ponce, which is about an hour away from Pittsburgh.