Brighton Heights is a located in Pittsburgh’s Upper North Side on the edge of the city limits, overlooking the Ohio River to the west. Brighton Heights has two business districts. One is on Brighton Road, centered at the intersection of Termon Avenue, while the other is on California Avenue centered near the intersection of Orchlee St. The large maple trees lining many of the residential streets, nicely complement the stonework and brickwork of the homes and churches throughout the neighborhood. The stately architecture and beautiful stained glass of many of the buildings in Brighton Heights make it a popular stop for Pittsburgh’s annual neighborhood house tours. The community in Brighton Heights is stable like its solid buildings, with many lifelong residents who know each other well.