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Nottingham Mansion Listed for $2.15M

A Nottingham mansion we wrote about over 2 years ago remains on the market. Then, the asking price was $2.15M. Today, it can be yours for $1.8M. The new listing agent is Ellen Daly at Hunt Real Estate. 
** Originally published on January 19th, 2010

We’ve covered some Buffalo mansion listings in the past, but today’s listing may be the most remarkable.  A mansion on Nottingham Terrace, between Elmwood Avenue and Lincoln Parkway, has just been listed for sale for a jaw-dropping price of $2,150,000

The brick Georgian mansion was built in 1930 and is over 10,000 square feet.  According to the listing, the house contains over $1,00,000 in recent updates.  The house was most recently purchased in June 2002 for $985,000 and is assessed at $1.3M by the City.  As a result, the annual taxes are nearly $23,000.  If the house were to sell for anywhere near the asking price, the taxes will increase substantially. 

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The house’s construction is impeccable and it contains 7 bedrooms, 7 baths, an oval library on the first floor, a brand new kitchen and a large carraige house (below, the renovated kitchen).

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The record for a residential sale in Buffalo is $1.4M (set last year) so this house could blow through that record.  If you have a couple million burning a hole in your pocket, contact Ellen Daly at Hunt Real Estate. 

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Photos from Buffalo Niagara Homes

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