This stately custom traditional home sits on 1.3+ private acres in Orchard Park's The Summit at Scherff! The Citadel stone exterior and traditional floor plan strikes a perfect balance with the bold architectural details, generous interior and exterior gathering/entertaining spaces, and state-of-the-art mechanicals, which include in-floor radiant heat and high velocity A/C, along with air and water purification systems. Additional highlights include a two-story great room with cast fireplace surround, custom cherry pool/bar room with coffered ceiling, massive, heated 3.5 car garage, walk-out basement, Glamour gunite pool and hot tub, huge patio, 10' 1st floor and basement ceilings, 9’ second floor ceilings, 8' mahogany doors, mahogany hardwood floors, massive closets, spacious eat-in kitchen with Viking appliances and hexagonal breakfast room, second floor laundry, and partially finished walk-out lower level with gym, full bathroom and additional bedroom option. This beautiful property is conveniently located near the Villages of Orchard Park and East Aurora, so shops, schools and restaurants are nearby, and the City of Buffalo is just 20 minutes away.
The Summit at Scherff is located just 17 miles south of the City of Buffalo in the historic Town of Orchard Park, which boasts one of the most highly ranked school districts in Western New York, and its proximity to Rt. 219 makes for a comfortable commute to downtown Buffalo, the Southern Tier, the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, or the Northtowns. Horse stables and working farms dot the surrounding landscape, yet the charming Villages of Orchard Park and East Aurora’s commercial districts, with restaurants and shopping, are just minutes away.
What distinguishes The Summit from other area communities are the generous 1.4 to 3+ acre lot sizes and limited number of home sites, the proximity to all the amenities afforded by Erie County’s 1300+ acre Chestnut Ridge Park, and some of the most amazing views in Western New York. There is no homeowner’s association, but deed restrictions were in force during the community's development which governed land use and home construction requirements. The deed restrictions were designed to maximize real estate values and preserve the sense of community.