1055 N. 6th

Overview of the Buyers

Ryan and Dawn Mobley are married and have 5 kids. Ryan works for Habitat for Humanity and Dawn is a stay at home mom. They were interested in Enos Park because of the vision the  in wanting to restore the neighborhood and also because of the discounted house and the history. They also really enjoy the community throughout Enos Park.

History of the house

The house is Victorian style early 1900’s. It is around 3,000 square feet and has 3 floors and a basement.

What they’ve done…

Ryan and Dawn are doing the renovating themselves and also hiring electricians and other people to help out with the process. They said the biggest challenge is staying on budget.

1) Giant Sliding Door- this door separates the living room from the spare room. But by opening this door it connects the two rooms.

2) Fireplace- older style fireplace, shows the historical presence in the house. Its located in the dining room off the kitchen.

3) Staircase- classic, wrap around staircase with 40 total steps from bottom to top floor.

Ryan and Dawn are very happy with the house and excited to finish the renovations. Expected finish- Summer 2013!!

Enjoy Photos!




Enjoy photos!!

New section on EPNIA.com website – Highlights from the Neighborhood

Welcome to Robert Morris student Troy Minton, who is interning with the Enos Park Neighborhood Improvement Association.  Troy will follow up with some of our “urban pioneers” who have purchased homes from us, chronicling the progress with the story of each buyer, their motivation to invest in Enos Park and before and after photos.

Please check back soon for highlights from Troy and our “urban pioneers”.