A prominent Buffalo personal injury attorney has purchased a six-bedroom Chapin Parkway home from a former Delaware North executive, for $1.115 million.
Francis and Lucinda Letro bought 101 Chapin from John A. Wentzell and Carole Laperriere-Schuster. Francis Letro, an Olean native, is a solo practitioner in Buffalo who represents plaintiffs across New York State.
Wentzel is former president of Delaware North Sportservice, who oversaw the Buffalo-based company's British operations, until he left the company in November 2015. He had joined Delaware North in 1996 as vice president of operations for the TD Garden arena in Boston, later adding all Boston operations and then international operations.
The 4,656-square-foot, two-story white brick home sits on more than a quarter-acre within walking distance of Delaware Park. Built in 1914, the home features architectural details that include a barrel-tile roof, as well as front and rear porches, an owner's suite with a dressing room and custom master bath and newly refinished hardwood floors. The kitchen includes a breakfast bar and island, as well as granite countertops.