Chapin Parkway - Houses
33 Chapin Parkway
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Snow guard on roof ... Slate covered dormers ... Monumental 2-story pilasters ... Stone paneled lintels and sills ... Pedimented entry surround
Snow guard on roof ... Slate covered dormers
Modillions support cornice ... Dentil molding ... Stone paneled lintel ... Tuscan pilasters with capitals that feature fluting and rosettes ... Keystone centered in voussoirs above dentils and herringbone brick patterns
Stone Pedimented entry surround
The entirety of Chapin Parkway, part of Olmsted’s Buffalo parks and parkways system, falls in the Elmwood Historic District (East), running from Soldiers Place to Gates Circle.
It is 200 feet wide with a wide median/park with regularly planted trees running down the center, cast iron decorative luminaires on poles with Art Nouveau flourishes and glass globes, and sandstone curbs.
The majority of the grand, eclectically styled homes on Chapin Parkway were built in the first quarter of the twentieth century.
A trace of the former equestrian trail exists on the centerline of Chapin Parkway, recalling the multi-modal character of Olmsted’s parkway vision.
33 Chapin Parkway2 1⁄2-story hipped roof masonry residence with Classical Revival styling; ashlar stone foundation, asphalt shingle roof.
Central wood paneled entry door with stone door surround and pediment, flanked by 4 stone monumental pilasters.
Windows typically 6/1 wood sash double hung, stone sills and lintels. Hipped dormers.
Contains contributing brick secondary building (garage).