10 Starin Avenue, Buffalo, New York NY14214
2 Bedrooms2 Total Baths 1,645 SqFt 0.581 Acres
A piece of Buffalo history could be yours. Of the 19 original belt line railroad stations that were built there is only one left and this is it! Constructed in 1900 by the Buffalo Cement Company the station was leased by the Bennett family to the NY Central Railroad and was pivotal in the development of both the Parkside neighborhood and Central Park. This was the station that Wm. McKinley stopped at on his way to his ill fated visit to the Pan American Exposition. The station has been masterfully converted into an amazing property. This very modern and European style residence has a stunning stainless steel kitchen, heated bathroom flooring, high efficiency heating system and a private in ground pool & spa. A class 483 property it can be used as a business with appx 25 parking spaces.
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