Pittsburghers call it a semi-detached house. Other people know it as a duplex. Andy Warhol spent most all of his early life through the end of college growing up in this house located in Pittsburgh, PA.
Oakland, the university area where the neighborhood is located placed Andy and his siblings in walking distance of the public schools they attended. For Andy that included being identified as artistically gifted, therefore attending Saturday art classes at the Carnegie Museum. Also in walking distance of the Warhola home was the college Andy attended Carnegie Tech, now called Carnegie Mellon University. The Warhola home on Dawson St. is privately owned and is not a museum.
The Andy Warhol Museum on Pittsburgh’s northside is a great place to visit. It is one of the Carnegie Museums in Pittsburgh. My greeting cards of these images of his home are available for sale at the Warhol Museum and also in my shop.