175 Nottingham Terrace, Buffalo, New York, United States, 14216
The historic Miller Mansion in Buffalo, New York sold nine years ago and isn’t currently on the market but we wanted to share it with you! It was designed by Duane Lyman of Bley & Lyman and built from 1929 to 1933 for widowed Annie Lang Miller. Sadly, Miller passed before the structure was finished, leaving the stone manor to her son, Edwin Lang Miller. The 13,000 square foot residence, finished in Onoondoga limestone, showcases unparalleled craftsmanship and period detail. It once served as the Nichols Middle School until it sold in 2001. According to Buffalo Rising, injury attorney Gerald Schaffer purchased it in 2002 and embarked on a total restoration, bringing back interior plaster ornamentation, refinishing hardwood floors and undertaking an extensive rewire. Schaffer sold the mansion for $995,000 in 2004 to Rick Snowden. Under Snowden’s ownership, an intricate fountain was relocated from Newport, RI to the front lawn of the Miller Mansion and a new three vehicle garage was constructed. Snowden sold the 2.23 acre property in 2010 for $1,700,000. There is over 13,000 square feet of space with grand formal rooms, twelve bedrooms, nine bathrooms, eight fireplaces and a stunning garden room. Photography by Drew Zinck Photography. See many more older photos here.