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Publication Date: 2016-01-18

House Tours

Tour an Artfully Restored Landmark in New York State

Built between 1814 and 1815, the Early Federal Style Coit House is purported to be the oldest standing residence in Buffalo, New York. After the British razed the city during the War of 1812, George Coit first constructed this home, where many of the plans to rebuild the city and create the Erie Canal were finalized. After changing hands many times over the centuries (and being moved to its present location by carts and horses), the Coit House's restoration was entrusted to Sue-Jolie Rioux and Timothy Boylan of Tres Jolie Maison, Inc, who continue to painstakingly bring the home back to its original glory while upgrading its amenities.


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