Two model homes flanking the entrance to the Colvin Estates subdivision in North Buffalo are nearly finished. A former railroad right-of-way is being transformed into 127 new homes. Twenty-four lots are available in the project's first phase. The development is located off of Colvin Avenue between Taunton Place and St. Lawrence Avenue.
Burke Homes is offering both one and two-story homes ranging from 1,235 to 2,126 square feet. The Craftsman style homes, designed by Dean Sutton Architects, are priced from the $220s. Homes can be customized to meet buyers' needs and specifications.
The Avery model home (entry image) is a three-bedroom, 2.5 bath home with 1,739 sq.ft. of living space, 9' ceilings on the ground floor, a first-floor laundry room, front porch and attached two-car garage. An optional fourth bedroom adds 387 sq.ft. of space.
While the home designs and subdivision layout have drawn heaps of criticism from some commenters here, interested homebuyers don't seem to mind. According to Hunt Real Estate Sales Person Brian Szkatulski, buyers have one lot under contract, a second contract will be signed later this week and eight other lots have been reserved.
Get Connected: Hunt Real Estate's Brian Szkatulski, 716.903.0877 or Candace Koch, 716.432.0503
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