Opportunity Knocks: Goodyear Mansion @ 190 Bryant Street

One of the original Goodyear mansions has come up on the market. The 9,500+ SF, Tudor-revival style home, which was built as a single residence, is now a three-unit, with an owner’s dwelling, a townhouse unit, and a third floor apartment. The sale of the circa 1924 mansion is currently the high-flier in the world of real estate, as the nine bedroom, nine bath residence – designed by Bley & Lyman – is listed at $1,490,000.

Attributes of the 190 Bryant Street listing are as follows:

Owner’s unit (approximately 6,000 SF)

  • 4 bdrms/3 full & 2 half updated baths
  • 7 unique fireplaces (NRTC)
  • Wood-paneled library
  • Gorgeous dining room with paneled walls and intricate plaster ceiling
  • Updated kitchen with custom cabinetry and granite counters
  • Caterer’s kitchen
  • Expansive living room with beamed ceiling and large antique leaded glass windows
  • Basement game room

Two bedroom/2 bath townhouse (which could easily be incorporated back into owner’s unit) includes:

  • Small office
  • Decorative fireplace
  • Updated kitchen

3rd floor apartment features:

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 baths
  • Eat-in kitchen with skylight
  • Large living room with vaulted ceiling

The property is completed by:

  • A two to three car garage with attached artist’s studio
  • A flagstone patio with custom gas fire pit
  • Sizeable yard with sprinkler system
  • Walled side-courtyard
  • New dual-fuel boiler (2021)
  • Well-maintained slate roof
  • New copper water line to street

For anyone that has ever dreamed about what it must have been like to live in Buffalo’s Golden Era, this is a rare opportunity to step back in time. The Goodyear Mansion offers up all of the stately grandeur that anyone could hope for, in a setting that is fairly secluded from the street, especially when the foliage fills in.

For further information, and plenty of photos, see the Zillow listing.

Gurney Becker & Bourne 716-849-1234

Robert L Meredith 716-603-0200

Jeffrey Moyer 716-818-9042

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