Colonial Circle - Table of Contents

 Ralph Connable House
74 Colonial Circle, Buffalo, New York

Architect: McCreary, Wood & Bradney
Tudor Revival
After petitions by home owners, Bidwell Place was renamed Colonial Circle in 1909 by the Parks Commission.  (Research by Central Library staff)

James Napora, History of Richmond/Elmwood Area

Elmwood West Historic District Nomination

Grant-Ferry-Forest Survey
74 Colonial Circle
Built for
Ralph Connable
Architect: McCreary, Wood & Bradney
2 1/2 story cross gable house with Tudor Revival styling; flagstone foundation, brick watertable, half-timbering/stucco finish.
Centered partial width shed roof, open front porch with Tuscan columns; front gable roof dormers with 9 light wood windows, elsewhere 6/1
double hung wood windows.
- Section 7, Page 117 - Elmwood West Historic District Nomination
August 2019 photos

Facade - South elevation on Colonial Circle

Facade   ...   Tudor Revival


Facade   ..   DormerBargeboards   ...  Half-timbering   ...   Casement windows with nine lights

Half-timbering   ...  6/1 lights

Facade   ...   Tuscan columns   ...   Capital details below:

Facade   ...   Tuscan columns

East - View from Richmond Avenue

House facade is at the left background

North elevation - View from Ardmore Place

North elevation

North elevation

North elevation   ...   Twin gable roofs  with bargeboards    ...   Half-timbering   ...   Chimney detail below:

North elevation   ...  Chimney hood

North elevation   ...     Drop finial in the center of bargeboards  ...   Note width of the eaves

North elevation   ...    Half-timbering   ...   Blind arcade   ...   Shed roof

North elevation   ...  Bargeboards    ...   Half-timbering

North elevation  

North elevation 

North elevation   ...   Half-timbering

Photos and their arrangement 2019 Chuck LaChiusa.
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