Stephen W. Howell House and Store


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Stephen W. Howell House and Store
Stephen W. Howell House and Store
Photo credit: LaChiusa
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189 Dearborn Street, Buffalo NY 14207


  • Rosalie Cordero

Physical Description

  • Two story, five bays wide. Stone with shingle addition expanding residence to the south. Federal style, one of oldest remaining homes in Buffalo region. Shallow hipped roof and overhangs. 1st floor raised entrance in central bay, with flat roof over entrance as later addition. Difference in materials between original structure and later addition. Replacement windows. (LaChiusa)

Current Condition


  • Built in 1830.
  • Addition in 1910.

Recent Events and Actions Taken

Other Pertinent Facts

  • A contributing building to the Market Square Historic District.


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Added 2018-09-17 • Last changed 2018-09-28