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Friday, April 17, 2015

Featured Open Home

HUNT OPEN HOUSE OF THE WEEK: 4765 Lynnville Way, Clay
Open Sunday, April 19th from 2:30-4:30PM



Stunning Harrington Homes Parade Model
This home is loaded with all the amenities you would expect in a show house. Over 3000sf of luxury living offering 5bd/3ba, 2nd floor laundry, 3-car side loading garage with cathedral ceilings and basketball court. First floor features 10’ ceilings, gleaming hardwoods, A/C, gas fireplace. Gourmet kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, granite and walk-in pantry. The owner’s bedrooms offers a sitting area, huge walk-in custom closet, spa-like bath with oversized soaking tub and glass rain shower. Make time to come see this spectacular home on Sunday from 12:30-2PM.

Offered at $474,900

This home is listed by CNY Key Team - Sarah Collins, Meghan Dabulewicz, Molly Robinson, HUNT Dewitt Office

To see our collection of HUNT luxury properties, check out our online Distinctive Properties Magazine.






Thursday, April 16, 2015

HUNT REAL ESTATE RAISES OVER $45,000 FOR UNITED WAY

HUNT Real Estate ERA announced this week that through the donations of its agents and employees, and the contributions from sponsors and participants of its charitable events, the company raised $45,440 for the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County in 2014.

HUNT Real Estate held a number of successful fundraising events last year, including their annual Golf Tournament & Wine Tour, and participating in the United Way Pledge Drive.

“The generosity of our staff and our corporate partners last year was remarkable, not just in monetary terms, but also in the commitment of their personal time to help this very worthy cause,” said Peter Hunt, Chairman & CEO of Hunt Real Estate ERA. “We're looking forward to making 2015 another record year for HUNT Real Estate's contributions to the United Way.”

For over 20 years, HUNT Real Estate has been one of the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County’s largest charitable supporters. Since the United Way began keeping electronic records in 1994, HUNT Real Estate has raised over $712,000 for the organization.









Wednesday, April 15, 2015

5 Museums to Explore in Buffalo


There are a lot of great museums to visit in and around Buffalo. Grab the family, or a few friends, and spend a Saturday learning about something new. Been to these museums before? Make another visit as their exhibits are always changing!

Buffalo Museum of Science

The Buffalo Museum of Science provides family-friendly fun 7 days a week. Stop by the National Geographic 3D Cinema, participate in workshops, spend time at Discovery Camps, get a bite to eat at the cafe, or just peruse the numerous exhibits. Guided tours are also available. Discounts are offered for seniors, children under 17, students, those with a military ID, and museum members.

Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park

The Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park is the largest naval park in the nation, and it includes artifacts such as uniforms and documents that stem from all branches of the military. The main attractions include a WWII submarine and the USS Little Rock, a guided missile cruiser. Overnight stays are available, and admission discounts are offered for seniors, groups, and kids under 16.

Albright-Knox Art Gallery

Established in 1862, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery has an impressive collection of modern and contemporary art. It features rotating exhibitions, tours, programs, workshops, and lectures, as well as a cafe on site. The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday, and admission is discounted for students, seniors, museum members, and military personnel. If you visit on a First Friday, admission is free!

Buffalo Fire Museum

The Buffalo Fire Museum features uniforms, badges, journals, videos, and more, all relating to the Buffalo Fire Department. The museum also has special collections, including one devoted to September 11. They not only preserve the history of the fire department, but also educate the public – especially children – about the importance of fire safety. Admission is free.

The Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum

Fondly referred to as the Pierce Arrow Museum, the museum began as a passion project of the owners, husband-and-wife team Jim and Mary Ann Sandoro. For four decades, they've been collecting items related to transportation history in the Buffalo area. Originally a nonprofit, it turned into a full-fledged museum building in 2001. Admission discounts are offered for seniors and children under 17.


Monday, April 13, 2015

4/11 Radio Show: Andy Goodell

Your host, Peter Hunt, welcomes Andy Goodell to the show.

Andy Goodell is NYS's Assemblyman. Goodell represents the 150th Assembly District, which is numerically the last, and geographically the westernmost, of the 150 districts in the Assembly and, as of the 2012 redistricting, aligns with the boundaries of Chautauqua County.

Together, Peter leads the discussion with Andy on budget cuts and collaborative efforts to improve the county.

To find out more, listen to this week's show! 


Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Buffalo Theatre District: Food and Fun




Downtown Buffalo is once again a thriving place live, work and play, and the Theatre District has contributed to its recent resurgence. Designed by architect and Professor Alfred Price, the district draws Broadway shows and contains several historic theatres offering performances that cater to a variety of audiences.
Shea’s Theatre and the Studio Arena Theater are probably the most well-known venues in the district. Shea’s opened in 1926, originally showing silent movies. Today, it hosts an array of traveling Broadway shows and special events. It also features one of the few theater organs still operational in the U.S. The Studio Arena Theatre was founded in the 1920 by a group of local enthusiasts, progressing as both a theatre and theatre school.
In the mood for a more intimate show? Here are a few smaller theaters worth checking out when you’re in downtown:

In addition to seeing some fantastic live shows, there are plenty of other things to do in the Theatre District. You have a lot of options if you’re looking to have a entertaining evening downtown.
Follow the Theater District on Facebook or Twitter to keep up on the latest events and shows.

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