Time is Not of the Essence - Tonawanda, NY Cozy Retreat!
1,1 km vom Stadtzentrum, Tonawanda, NY, USA
Welcome to Tonawanda, NY - where the Niagara River meets the Erie Canal. Our home is located within walking distance of the Niagara River, parks, restaurants, and bike paths. You can head north about 20 minutes and you'll find the majestic Niagara Falls or head south about 20 minutes to the City of Buffalo. Our home is a private residence with a driveway for off street parking, a nice private patio off the garage, and a partially fenced in yard. Inside you will find a recently updated kitchen that is well equipped with dishes, silver ware, pots/pans, bowls, knives, glasses, coffee, mugs, mixer, blender, toaster, Keurig and full size coffee maker - we like to think that we've thought of everything but if we missed something you need - just ask and we'll probably be able to accommodate you. There are two bedrooms and a full bath on the first floor (great if you don't want to deal with a lot of stairs!). Upstairs is a large loft area and another bedroom. All three of our bedrooms have queen sized beds and roku televisions (steaming with local channels too). You can enjoy a nice relaxing bath in our jetted tub. Central A/C has just been installed for the hot summer nights and a nice furnace those snowy winter months. When you're situated between to two great lakes (Erie & Ontario) with the mighty Niagara connecting the two, the weather change in the blink of an eye, so we've added some fun and games in the basement in the event that you need to stay indoors! A Little Tonawanda History: Prior to the 1800's this area was a wilderness frequently traversed by Seneca Indians from the Iroquois Confederacy. The first known settlers were Henry Anguish, who opened a tavern along the Niagara River in 1808, and Robert Simpson, who established a small general store and smithy along Ellicott Creek around the same time. The Erie Canal opened in 1825 and ran directly through the village along Tonawanda Creek and then along the Niagara River to Buffalo. As a result a colorful variety of shops and saloons opened up to service the needs of the lake sailors, canal boatmen and their families as well as the existing settlers from New England and the arriving Germans, Prussian and Alsatian immigrants. With the advent of the lumber trade in the late 1840's Tonawanda, with its naturally deep and protected harbor, emerged as a major port where raw material from the west made its way eastward to help build a growing nation.
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