490 Norwood Ave for rent in Buffalo, NY

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Renting the 2nd and 3rd floor apartment of a Victorian house in the Elmwood Village in Buffalo, NY. The Elmwood Village is one of the most desired areas to live in in the city of Buffalo. The apartment is walkable to many restaurants, bars, local shops, coffee shops, and other venues. The apartment is two floors and a combined 2100 square feet which is the size of a small house. The 2nd floor is all hardwood floors with 10' ceilings and a working gas fireplace. The kitchen has a SubZero refrigerator, a Bosch dishwasher, and a brand new 36" Forno Alta Qualita stainless steel oven with six Italian burners. The third floor is contemporary, meaning that the walls are white with brown highlights on facing sides. There is wall-to-wall off-white Berber carpeting throughout the space. The bathroom has a jetted tub. And there is a small wet bar type of kitchen with a built-in refrigerator in the wall. There are skylights in the living area and the bathroom. The area is virtually soundproof, so if you had a bedroom or an entertainment center on this level, nothing could be heard in the lower portions of the apartment or the house. The house has central air conditioning. There is a separate furnace for the third floor and air conditioning condenser outside. And the second floor also has central air. There are beautiful stained glass windows on the way up the front staircase to the living room, which you enter through French doors. There are two entrances to the third-floor, one is a spiral staircase from the landing on the second floor, at the top of the steps, and the other is at the back of the house up a staircase. There are two porches: one in the front of the house, and one extending along the entire back of the house which has a roof that overlooks the backyard. Both the 2nd and 3rd floors have an alarm system with fire and police alarms. The alarm system is paid for by the owner, as is the water and public utility collection. There is a washer and dryer in the basement that can be used by the tenants. I own the house and live in the 1st floor apartment.

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