AAA Editor Notes
Clayton, 7227 Reynolds St. at Frick Art & Historical Center, is the former estate of industrialist Henry Clay Frick and his family, who lived here 1883-1905. Visitors are introduced to the restored Victorian home, the only surviving home along Pittsburgh's once famous Millionaire's Row, on 75-minute guided tours. When the family moved into the Italianate-style house, there were 11 rooms; in 1891, architect Frederick J. Osterling built an additional 12 rooms. Most of the artifacts, furnishings and personal mementos of the Frick family are original to the house.