Welcome to Vermont Street.

Is this an Icelandic art museum or an apartment in Buffalo, NY? Vermont is our sexiest, most stylish house.  It boasts sleek conveniences like washers and dryers in each apartment, dishwashers, and even Bluetooth capabilities for the bathroom speakers. There is a really lovely porch for each apartment and a shared backyard. The lower apartment has French doors that open onto a deck.

If you like modern and stylish spaces, Vermont is for you.

 

Bike Around

Five Points

Buffalo is a pretty easy city to bike around, especially in the summer.  That’s why Vincent built a bike rack in the back of Vermont. Here you can lock your bike and then also lock the gate to the backyard. This allows you to take an environmental alternative to cars and to check out all of Buffalo’s awesome breweries, museums and restaurants. 

 

 The Five Points neighborhood is totally unique in Buffalo because it houses people from many different cultures. Walking around, you will undoubtedly have people wave to you and say hello. 

There is growth in the neighborhood as businesses begin to create a community with the nearby homes. Five Points Bakery was a pioneer of this community mindset.

Built in 1905

Duplex

2 Bedroom

All It Takes is a Seed

We do our own landscaping and we like to plant sunflowers at Vermont. Sunflowers bring happiness to those who see them. When they bloom, we feel happy. This year, we grew all of our sunflowers from seeds. It became a metaphor for our company. It just started with one idea and then blossoming into something much larger. 

A Small

Real Estate Company that is Tenant Focused.

We enjoy being landlords and take great measures to provide our tenants with quality service. We are responsive and resolve problems quickly.  

Nearby Restaurants & AttractionsFive Points Bakery
Black Monarchy
Remedy House
Providence Social
Essex Pub
Left Bank
Paradise Wine

From The Blog

In addition to having city real estate, we started an off grid project in the Finger Lakes. Follow our process as we figure out what to build!

WINTERING I am writing to you on January 4th. I'm 22 weeks pregnant and sick with bronchitis, which I got from a recent trip to France. I can't really complain. Anyone who ends a sentence about getting sick with "a recent trip to France" can't complain, even though I...

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HOW TO BUILD A HOUSE

HOW TO BUILD A HOUSE

PLANS It's a rainy day here in Buffalo. The temperature is in the fifties. It's the first day of October. The trees yawn in their morning slumber. My cat meows softly in the background, as he cuddles into a warm blanket that I have on my bookshelf. I have a pot of...

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Redefining a House

Redefining a House

WHEN A HOUSE IS A HAUS Nearly every day at 3pm, Vincent and I sit down to watch Youtube videos about house construction. We call this "Coffee Construction Hour." With a homemade latte and slippers on, we watch all sorts of videos. The ones that I find the most...

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