Look Inside This Luxury Home Right Next To Delaware Park
A lucky (and wealthy) Western New York buyer just scored a luxury home in one of the most beautiful areas of Buffalo - and they got it for a steal.
Delaware Park is one of the most popular spots in the Buffalo area for good reason. Designed in 1868 by the “godfather” of parks, Frederick Law Olmsted (the same guy who designed Central Park in New York City), Delaware Park is 350 acres of rolling greens, gardens and pathways.
Take a ride past Delaware Park on a nice day and you’ll see hundreds of locals jogging, golfing, boating in Hoyt Lake, or just basking in the great outdoors. Even in the winter, the park is a hot spot for ice skating, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
It’s no wonder that the homes nearby rarely go up for sale, and one that did recently was bought for a pretty penny.
Million Dollar Home Sells Near Delaware Park
A gorgeous house at 129 Nottingham Terrace in Buffalo has a new owner. The 5,321 square foot luxury home that sits on the edge of Delaware Park sold at the end of August for a whopping $1.385 million.
Believe it or not, the lucky buyers got a good deal on this 5 bedroom, 7 bath residence. According to Redfin, the palatial home is valued at over $1.48 million. (We’re sure that $100k is the equivalent of spare change for someone who can afford a million-dollar home, but hey - a deal is a deal).
The brick colonial house built in 1957 is surrounded by gorgeous greenery and landscaping, with plenty of room to host outdoor gatherings. Oh, and did we mention that Delaware Park is literally in the backyard?
Even if the buyer isn’t the nature-loving type, there’s a ton of big windows letting plenty of light into the home, so they never have to step foot outside to catch the sun.
We sure do hope the new owners like to entertain, because the massive kitchen, beverage center, and sun room that leads outside is a host’s paradise. If we were ever invited to a party here, we’d never want to leave.
And during a cold Buffalo winter, you can have people over to huddle next to one of the fireplaces to watch a movie in one of the many large living/entertainment rooms.
Keep scrolling to take a peek inside, and imagine yourself living in the lap of luxury surrounded by beautiful Delaware Park.