The new No. 2 executive at West Herr Automotive Group purchased a high-end home on Buffalo’s Nottingham Terrace, paying $1.555 million to purchase the house from the widow of a local anesthesiologist.
Jed E. Hunter bought the home at 135 Nottingham Terrace from Pattama Anunta, whose husband, Dr. Boonchuay Anunta, died in late December after a long battle with leukemia.
The 7,173-square-foot home, built in 1932 on nearly an acre, has seven bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Hunter, who moved to Buffalo from the Cleveland area, joined West Herr in February after serving as an assistant vice president and dealer principal with Penske Automotive Group for the previous seven years, according to his LinkedIn profile.