The design for new home being built at the southeast corner of Lincoln Parkway and Middlesex Road drew some heat in a recent post here. The 5,200 sq.ft., four-bedroom stone and stucco residence is being constructed by Natale Builders for owner Devin Piscitelli.
Piscitelli purchased the half-acre lot at 186 Middlesex Road in December 2008 for $425,000. The parcel is one of four lots created from the grounds of the Miller Mansion, sold by Nichols School, split by developer Brad Randaccio, and resold. Homes in a variety of styles have been built on other three lots. Those parcels sold for between $225,000 and $350,000 starting in 2002.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but Piscitelli’s $1 million plus investment in Buffalo is a beautiful thing. Mark Hamister, the founder and CEO of The Hamister Group who made a bid for the Sabres, is also moving into a million dollar residence. He purchased a custom patio home in Marrano’s Greythorne community off of Main Street in Williamsville on Tuesday for $1.26 million.
Photos: Nathan Mroz (Buffalonian4life)