One of the original Goodyear mansions has come up on the market. The 9,500+ SF, Tudor-revival style home, which was built as a single residence, is now a three-unit, with an owner’s dwelling, a townhouse unit, and a third floor apartment. The sale of the circa 1924 mansion is currently the high-flier in the world of real estate, as the nine bedroom, nine bath residence – designed by Bley & Lyman – is listed at $1,490,000.
Attributes of the 190 Bryant Street listing are as follows:
Owner’s unit (approximately 6,000 SF)
4 bdrms/3 full & 2 half updated baths
7 unique fireplaces (NRTC)
Gorgeous dining room with paneled walls and intricate plaster ceiling
Updated kitchen with custom cabinetry and granite counters
Expansive living room with beamed ceiling and large antique leaded glass windows
Basement game room
Two bedroom/2 bath townhouse (which could easily be incorporated back into owner’s unit) includes:
3rd floor apartment features:
Eat-in kitchen with skylight
Large living room with vaulted ceiling
The property is completed by:
A two to three car garage with attached artist’s studio
A flagstone patio with custom gas fire pit
Sizeable yard with sprinkler system
New dual-fuel boiler (2021)
Well-maintained slate roof
New copper water line to street
For anyone that has ever dreamed about what it must have been like to live in Buffalo’s Golden Era, this is a rare opportunity to step back in time. The Goodyear Mansion offers up all of the stately grandeur that anyone could hope for, in a setting that is fairly secluded from the street, especially when the foliage fills in.
For further information, and plenty of photos, see the Zillow listing.
Gurney Becker & Bourne 716-849-1234
Robert L Meredith 716-603-0200
Jeffrey Moyer 716-818-9042
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