This Home/Business Combo For Sale in Buffalo Has Too Much Of One Thing
If you’re a Buffalo-area business owner looking for a space to call both work and home, this home and business combo property for sale in North Tonawanda might be the place of your dreams - but it comes with a catch.
Located on the corner of Niagara Falls Blvd. and Schultz Rd., this gift shop/family home boasts 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, and an attached garage that leads into over 2,000 square feet of retail space. The property also includes over 1,300 square feet of storage space above, a detached 1,500 square foot warehouse/garage with separate driveway access, and fifteen parking spots. It could be the perfect place for the owner of a retail business who wants to stay close to their operation.
Here’s the thing though…
Some people really like the look of wallpaper and will use it throughout their home to make some of the rooms feel cozy and cute. But in this home, almost every room is completely covered top to bottom with patterned wallpaper- and a lot of it.
In the office, you can find newspaper-print wallpaper. The foyer showcases two different patterns of country-themed wallpaper. The laundry room? Striped wallpaper with a border of cats. The living room? A tan pattern on the bottom, and flowers on the top. What about the dining room? Big floral bouquets on the top half, and more (but different) flowers on the bottom (at least there’s a theme).
The kitchen displays some old-school wooden paneling, but wait…there it is. Woodland-themed wallpaper over the entryway, and dotted yellowish-brown wallpaper in the eat-in kitchen.
More (but different) floral wallpaper can be found in the main bedroom. Bedroom number two? More flowers. This owner sure does love flowers. Bedroom number three breaks the garden theme with green stripes on the bottom and brown diamonds on the top. Dots are on display in the hallway. Green palm-tree leaves adorn the bathroom walls (how tropical!).
In all, I counted seventeen different patterns of wallpaper all over the house.
But here’s the question, potential buyers: How much wallpaper is too much wallpaper?
The cost of this wallpaper art gallery you could call both work and home? $600,000.
Keep scrolling to see the pics...how many different patterns of wallpaper can you count?