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The Chatham Village Historic District is situated in the neighborhood of Mt. Washington, about 2 miles away from the southwest of Pittsburgh downtown. With 46 acres in total land area, this historical site holds 52 contributing buildings including the Thomas Bigham house, which was built in 1849 and renovated in the years 1936 and 1992 to become a clubhouse called Chatham Hall.

The Chatham Hall is an addition to Chatham Village's historical significance since it is one of the pre-Civil War homes that was able to survive the late 20th century.

Currently, the Chatham Village Historic district offers recreational resources such as tennis courts, hiking trails, basketball courts, picnic spots, playgrounds, and sandboxes. Its historical value comes from the ground and buildings inside for they are well preserved. These sites are able to closely retain their original forms.
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