298 Jersey St for rent in Buffalo, NY

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Originally built in 1881, this Queen Anne Victorian house was completely restored in 2018, combining original details with modern finishes. The house has 11' ceilings on the ground floor with wood floors and original wood detailing throughout. The 2,300 sf owners unit occupies the entire first floor and half of the second floor of the house, with full privacy from a separate rental unit in the rear. It is delivered furnished, including mid century modern furniture, Bosch kitchen appliances, and a 50" Roku television in the living room. It features 2 large bedrooms, a smaller child's bedroom or office, 2 full baths, living, dining and parlor rooms, and an eat-in kitchen with a dishwasher. A washer and dryer are located in main second floor bathroom. Tenants have exclusive use of front porch, backyard and 2-car driveway. The neighborhood is the site of the former William G. Fargo Estate (founder of American Express, Wells Fargo, and Buffalo's 27th mayor) and was recently designated an historic district on the National Register of Historic Places. The property is well located in the city: about a 10-minute walk to restaurants, bars and galleries in Allentown and Elmwood Village; 2 miles to downtown; 1.5 miles to the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus and NFTA Metro stop; and a 5-minute drive to the Peace Bridge. In addition to beautiful historic Victorian homes, the neighborhood is home to Kleinhans Music Hall (designed by Eliel and Eero Saarinen), D'Youville College, and the historic First Presbyterian Church. Three community gardens are within 2 blocks of the house.

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