Frank E. Sickels House - Table of Contents

Frank E. Sickels House
119 Oakland Place, Buffalo, NY




Queen Anne
Colonial Revival porch not original

First owner:

Frank E. Sickles, an attorney.
Sickles's brother, George H. Sickles Jr., lived next door at 115 Oakland Place

Fourth owners:

Robert and Peggy Moriarty

Other Oakland Place Buildings


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Queen Anne style. Winter 2005 photo

Colonial Revival porch not original

Foliate ornamentation in tympanum

Entry hall / Vestibule
wainscoting in vestibule

Entry hall / Living room / Vestibule.
Note original sconces

Original sconce

Victorian style staircase:

Living room

Living room

Living room

Dining room:

Dining room: wooden, beamed ceiling painted white

Dining room / entry hall

Sun room
Wooden, beamed ceiling painted white

Butler's pantry

Special thanks to former owners Robert and Peggy Moriarty for their cooperation
and to consultant Martin Wachadlo for his assistance

Photos and their arrangement © 2006 Chuck LaChiusa
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