Oakmont is proud of its collection of Victorian houses, most of them frame structures on the respectable and impressive end of the Victorian spectrum rather than the whimsical and gingerbready end. Here is an album of a few of Oakmont’s fine houses.
This charming building from 1900 was tastefully expanded in 2006. The new section is obviously of our century, but so well harmonized with the old that it seems an organic growth.
Built in 1906, St. Thomas in Oakmont has a proper clock tower made of fine old Pittsburgh black stones, with a proper clock that (unfortunately) has stopped.