1929 Tudor Revival – Niagara Falls, NY – $439,000

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Added to OHD on 4/11/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/11/19   -   10 Comments
451 College Ave, Niagara Falls, NY 14305

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  • $439,000
  • 7 Bed
  • 6.5 Bath
  • 5306 Sq Ft
  • 0.44 Ac.
Unique hard to find gem! This stately, charming home boasts over 5300sqft, 7 bdrms, 6.5 baths, 4 fireplaces. Filled with impeccable woodwork, trim, lead glass windows. Hardwood floors throughout. Backing up to DeVeaux Park for a serene setting. Huge, private, wooded lot. Living room with fireplace, formal dining, eat in area. Each bedroom has its own Jack and Jill bath. Potential for master multiple master suites as well. Two second story balconies, viewing the grounds. Borders the Niagara gorge, close to Canada as well. Perfect for bed and breakfast as well, Vacation/University Rentals. Brand new roof, electric, boiler. Heated 3 car garage. Truly one of a kind! Vintage and custom at its finest. You cannot build or buy this quality of craftsmanship in a home. Well maintained!
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Alisa Talarico, Coldwell Banker
m) 716-990-5656 / o)(888) 820-9233
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10 Comments on 1929 Tudor Revival – Niagara Falls, NY – $439,000

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  1. AvatarFanshaweGirl says: 360 comments

    Wonderful location! Mature, quiet street with a state park in the back yard. Niagara gorge at the end of the street, but far enough downriver to be away from the crazy tourists.
    Those bathrooms are spectacular. I’d be so happy to have one tiled bathroom, but this place has 5 (shown) of them.
    Carpets, curtains, and wallpaper would not stay. It would be great if there is hardwood hiding under all that carpet, if not, new carpet would go down.
    I have to admit that I would want to open the kitchen into the breakfast nook. Minor change, but it could make the kitchen feel less closed in. But with only a couple of pictures, it’s hard to say how it would feel in person.

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    • jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 920 comments
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      1947 Ranch
      OR

      I tend to agree with you about the carpet, drapes and wallpaper. But this house has so much going for it, it would be a pleasure to work on it. I suspect there’s hardwood under that carpet—-wouldn’t that be grand?!

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  2. AvatarKarenZ says: 916 comments
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    That stairwell and entrance are gorgeous! I would get rid of that carpet, though! The bathrooms (especially that pretty pink one) are so beautiful and there is so much space! This is a great buy and I hope that an old home lover gets it! I really hate to see it described as good University rental.

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  3. AvatarStevenF says: 724 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    What more could one want? The windows in the public rooms are amazing as is the entry hall and staircase. The bathrooms alone are worth the price of the house. I love the barrel vault ceiling in the den. I’ll bet there’s no need for a/c that far north. I love it.

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    • AvatarDebbie says: 5 comments

      Live in the area. You’d be wrong about not needing a/c. Mine runs from June through much of September.

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    • AvatarFanshaweGirl says: 360 comments

      HA!! A/C is used all summer long here!!

      Yes, we are way far north compared to most of the USA, but it gets hot here. Not dry Arizona heat, but super humid heat like Alabama.
      We actually have a very wide range of temperatures that we deal with throughout the year. From -30C/-22F before windchill to +35C/+95F before humidex, or more. Temps will go higher or lower than that, but that’s a normal range here.
      Thank-you Great Lakes Basin for the fun weather!

      Ever seen Niagara Falls when it’s frozen over? That’s a sight to behold!

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  4. AvatarKaren says: 594 comments

    I’d do some repainting/wallpapering, but that’s just my taste. Along with that, if there isn’t hardwood under the carpets, I’d lay it down.
    I live in Lockport, and this is on the way I take to the Falls or the Rainbow Bridge. The casino is not far away, and as mentioned before, all the tourist areas. The very pretty and historic village of Lewiston is not far away, along with Artpark. The Niagara Gorge is near, a great place to hike-so long as you don’t get in over your head in spots. It seems every other month, the fire department is called out to rescue someone who has fallen into the Gorge.
    DeVeaux used to be a VERY nice area-now I’d call it a ice area. Plenty of trees, nice looking neighborhood.

  5. AvatarCate says: 160 comments
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    Milwaukee, WI

    LOVE the pink bedroom so it would stay as-is. However the green room and I . . . I’m nearly positive that there are hardwood floors under all the carpeting and I would appreciate seeing it throughout the home. The street view looks charming.

  6. MichaelMichael says: 1264 comments

    What is it about old house people that most want to see hardwood floors? Again, I’m one of them. This house most likely had hardwood floors when it was built. I would have to ditto the thoughts of ‘fanshawe girl’ and open up the kitchen to the adjacent nook. It would give you a huge center island.

  7. CLMCLM says: 113 comments
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    1940 Cottage
    Bradford, TN

    Love all that dark wood and the wall with the mural especially, although I can’t really tell what it is, it looks pretty from my chair!

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