Joseph R. Manning, 75, is still waiting to face Allegheny County Judge Donna Jo McDaniel on Aug. 31 on a criminal homicide charge, but in the meantime, Manning's home is for sale. UPDATE: Manning's hearing was postponed to Jan. 25.
Nothing terribly special there, except that his home—1146 Brant Dr. in —is the site of the homicide.
were at around 3:30 p.m. on March 31, where, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, his 71-year-old wife, Mary Manning, was found dead.
"Mrs. Manning appeared to have suffered massive head trauma, and investigators found a blood-stained pipe wrench near her feet, according to a police criminal complaint," the Post-Gazette's story reads.
Brant Drive sits just off of Teal Drive near Streets Run Road and the .
According to the Allegheny County Assessment website, the Mannings owned 1146 Brant since 1971.
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services has listed the Manning house for sale at $154,900. It is zoned for residential use only.
Taxes per year on the four-bedroom dwelling are $5,154. There are two full bathrooms, one partial bathroom, a living room, a sunroom, a dining room, a kitchen, a family room, a laundry room and a den.
There is central air conditioning, and the house has gas heat.
The house, part of the , is 45 years old.
Howard Hanna can be reached at 412-561-7400, ext. 288.
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