About this listing
Bright, sunny, private apartment. Quiet, country estate-11 acres, pond, tennis court, 2 min. to center of town, 800 acre equestrian estate- enjoy a gorgeous, leisurely stroll, explore historic East Aurora, Knox Park, BEAUTIFUL winter, spring, summer or fall.
Adjacent to an 800 acre state park that is breathtakingly beautiful and literally one minute driving distance to the center of town . It is in the historical village of east aurora where the arts and crafts movement was born and boasts the quaint small town feel with coffee shops, little boutiques , bakeries , fine dining , movie theater, art galleries , the home of fisher price toys and the house that President Millard Fillmore used to live in as well as the Roycroft (which is the birth place of the Arts and crafts movement in America), East Aurora also boasts having one of the only five and dime stores left in America. East Aurora is awesome!
You can walk into the village from my house through the beautiful state Park.
My house has 11 acres with a tennis court and beautiful grounds.
You will have your own key to your wing of the house.
Interaction with guests
I am here for whatever you may need! Don't be shy! Just ask...and you never know, we may become fast friends!
This neighborhood is one of the very best in Western New York. Very upscale, but very homey. Safe, quiet and beautiful.
It's best to have a car, but if you don't and you like walking, you can stroll into the center of town in about 15 to twenty minutes through beautiful Knox State Park. Enjoy the countryside while walking to town. You can rest along the way on one of the many park benches situated at strategic scenic spots ...you can even stop and read a book at the 'library in the woods' - you have to see it to believe it!
Other things to note
There is so much to do around here. Always fun things in East Aurora and surrounding area - minutes to the ski resort, cross country skiing and hiking right across the street, quaint shops, visit historic Vidlers - one of the country's only five and dimes, nostalgic Roycroft Inn, visit Millard Fillmore's house, see a movie in the historic Aurora Theater, have a beer at the new Craft Beer house, a beef on weck at the Barbill, live music at 189...and so much more!
Please take shoes off at the door...and enjoy your stay!