Henry Smith House
335 Middlesex Road, Buffalo, New York

Built:
1909
Style:
Eclectic
Location:
Nye Park neighborhood
Former Pan-American Exposition grounds
First owner:
Henry Smith, M&T President

Photos taken in June 2018



Eclectic style   ...   Flemish gable roof   ...    Parapet    ...    Flemish bond   ...   Arts & Crafts  rafter tails   ...    Tudor Revival  half-timbering   ...   Balloon framing construction   ...   2500 sq. ft.   ...   6 bedrooms   ...   3 1/2 baths



Flemish RevivalFlemish gable roofparapet, and Flemish bond   ...   Arts & Crafts/ Craftsman diamond-shaped panel with header bricks



Tudor Revival half-timbering   ...   Note replacement slate roof  by current owner



Lintel and sill are original sandstone coated to look like limestone   ...    Ribbon leaded transom windows are Tudor Revival features   ...  The crank-out lower windows function as storm windows in front of double sash windows, the top sash opening into the above wall cavity



Note curtains (detailed below:)


Roycrofter Dard Hunter-designed curtains purchased in the Roycroft Copper Shop gift shop





Special thanks to current owner Peter Flynn for his cooperation in 2018

Photos and their arrangement 2018 Chuck LaChiusa
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