The Parkside House
462 Woodward Ave., Buffalo, NY 14214
We are located in the Parkside Historical District and walking distance to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House Complex.
The Burchfield-Penney Art Center
Newly moved into a brand new facility, is dedicated to the art and culture of Western New York and is home to the world’s largest collection of works by Charles E. Burchfield.
Darwin Martin House
The Wright-designed Martin House Complex. Information and tour reservations: (716) 856-3858
The Wright-designed Isabelle R. Martin house at Graycliff in Derby. Daily guided tours by reservation only: 716-947-9217
The Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society
This Classical Revival building was part of the 1901 Pan American Exposition, has objects, photographs, paintings and film commemorating the Exposition, and much more
A dozen or more playhouses stage high-quality productions at affordable prices. On summer evenings in beautiful Delaware Park, also designed by Olmsted, you can enjoy Shakespearean plays performed al fresco.
The Parkside House, located at 462 Woodward Avenue, Buffalo NY, stands only two blocks north of the home that Frank Lloyd Wright loving called “The Opus,” and considered the finest and most complete example of his Prairie style: The Darwin D. Martin House. One block to the west stands another home built by Wright, the Walter V. Davidson home, commissioned for a friend and co-worker of Darwin Martin.
Only 7 minutes from downtown, and 10 minutes from the airport and no less than 8 college campuses;
The Parkside House’s central location makes it a very practical spot as well.
“I consider my home one of the most beautiful in Parkside,” says Chris. “And I continue to work on it every day.”
In spring and summer, the Bisons AAA baseball team competes in one of the nation’s most attractive minor league ballparks. In fall and winter, our professional football and hockey teams, the Buffalo Bills and the Sabres, offer exciting action.