24 Coe Place just went on the market! If you plan on attending the Artspace Party tomorrow, check it out. Direct your calls to the owner - 716.699.5223. The house is located in the middle of the City's coolest little neighborhood.
According to the City's website, 24 Coe Place is a two-family home that was purchased by its current owner in 1995 for $4,500. It's currently assessed at $10,000.Chris Hawley's Midtown: Poised for Renaissance captures the character of Coe Place perfectly:
Here's the map for 24 Coe Place and proximity to Artspace. If you're new to the area and want an investment tour, e-mail me. I do this often.
Coe Place is the most historically and urbanistically significant street in the Midtown neighborhood. At one time a brick pedestrian pathway, converted to a residential street by a quixotic nineteenth-century skating rink operator, Coe Place is a charming, very narrow street, originally no more than fifteen feet wide, lined with a collection of close-knit Queen Anne-style houses whose singular attributes are unmatched anywhere else in Buffalo. read the rest...
- update...These two very vulnerable Coe Place properties are available, too. Four Coe Place properties have sold in recent months. One house for $1500.00 and three houses, in a package, for $10,000/house.
- update...9/9/06 12:30pm...just got off the phone with Tom, the current owner. New mechanics on the inside of this Coe Place beauty. Two one bedroom apartments! Tom's e-mail. Hurry, it won't last!
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