Contact

Maggy Aston
Associate Professor
Department of Art and Design
Box 33, California University of Pennsylvania
250 University Ave
California, PA 15419-1394
Email: aston@calu.edu
Office Phone: 724-943-4563

For prices, or to purchase artwork contact
Robert Richards, Director
Old Neptune’s Bookshop, Chincoteague Island, VA, 712-710-0616

or

 

Riverrun Books and Prints
PO Box 265
Greensboro, PA, 15338
Phone: 724-943-4406
Email: Monongahela@windstream.net

For more information on Riverrun Books or Old Neptune’s check

http://riverrunbooks.vpweb.com/

http://oldneptune.vpweb.com/

 

 

   For Sale

19th Century Brick Home with Garden

$85,000 or Best Offer

Located in the scenic town of Greensboro, PA on the Monongahela, this historic brick home was built by a famous 19th C. pottery manufacturer. Just one block from the river, the back porch offers views of a stone-terraced yard with fertile garden bottomland along a creek with bamboo grove, outbuildings and stone root cellar. The house has five rooms, one bath, full basement, and spacious hallway. Exposed brick kitchen with huge brick fireplace opens onto back porch with secluded view of garden. New energy efficient furnace, washer/dryer hook-up, stove, refrigerator, and antique cupboard included.

Located in the Greensboro historic district, pop. 300, the town maintains a health center, post-office, and municipal park with swimming pool, baseball field, basketball court, large playground and old-fashioned roller rink. The town has a public boat launch, a handicapped kayak launch, bike trail, and community garden spaces. An easy kayak row across the river to the walking trails of The Nathaniel Greene National Historic site, Greensboro is located on the Warrior trail and is within a half-hour’s drive of Morgantown, Waynesburg, and Uniontown, and an hour and twenty minutes from Pittsburgh. The town of Greensboro has several businesses, including a classical used bookshop, antique shop with music lessons, ceramic studio, woodshop, metal shop, and historic bed and breakfast overlooking the Mon. River. Two community non-profit organizations support the arts with an annual arts and music festival in Greensboro, and a weekly farmer’s market.

For more information about Greensboro go to:

Nat Greene Foundation.org

Greensboropa.gov

Captain’s Watch.com

Greensboro Functional Artists Cooperative

Please note: Owners may be willing to finance to like-minded individuals who would contribute to Greensboro’s fledgling artist’s community. Owners will consider proposals for home financing from artists, musicians, writers, craftsmen, teachers, farmers, or organic gardeners who are unable to qualify for bank loans.

Proposals may be submitted to Maggy Aston and Robert Richards, Box 265, Greensboro, PA, 15338. To view the house call Robert Richards at 724-943-4406. To arrange a tour of the studio facilities available to artists call Keith MacManus at 304-685-7212.

19 Brick House Snow copy

 

 

 

©2011 Maggy Aston