Sal Zambito and his Partner Timothy Sick have restored an unusual home in the Elmwood Village. They have turned a 1890’s carriage house into a cozy Adirondack style lodge. The two feel that the abode is perfect for someone who wants city living while feeling that they are still connected with the country or the woods. The partners went to great lengths (and time) to recreate the carriage house in the image of a bright and cheery cabin.
This 2-family home (used as a single most recently) is located at 32 Gill Alley, just off Elmwood Avenue. It’s a narrow, low trafficked alleyway that extends between Breckenridge and Auburn – the alley actually helps to accentuate the secluded vibe of the home. The residence features an open kitchen, living-dining area, 2-sided wood fireplace, first floor office, 2 full baths, brick parking are (two cars), and a spacious rear lawn.
The house is infused with contemporary flair. There is a multitude of stoves, along with a ceiling fan in the living area. A set of old fashioned skis adorn the facade of the home. It’s not often that one comes across a cabin-esque home in the heart of the Elmwood Village. This one is outfitted with all of the modern updates and conveniences that one would expect from a new build.
The home is for sale for $269,000.
Get connected: Sal Zambito | 716-553-6911 | email@example.com