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Pizzeria owner buys Rex Ryan's house

If you want to be able to afford the high-end former home of a Buffalo Bills head coach, you've got to make a lot of dough. And Keith Leo certainly knows how to do that.

The owner of Leo's Pizzeria – with four locations in South Buffalo, East Aurora and West Seneca, and a fifth opening in Orchard Park – paid $945,000 this week to buy Rex Ryan's glamorous 6,511-square-foot house in the Summit at Scherff development.

[Photo gallery: Inside Rex and Michelle Ryan’s WNY home]

The four-bedroom home at 50 Grand View Trail in Orchard Park, located on a hill with views of downtown Buffalo, features five full bathrooms with heated floors, a master suite, five fireplaces, a grand foyer, gourmet kitchen, a sunroom, a wet bar and wine cellar, and an in-ground pool, among other trimmings.

Rex and Michelle Ryan's Western New York home was designed by Peter Balistreri for Ethan Allen, using Ethan Allen furniture. (Dave Jarosz/Buffalo Magazine)

The house – which had 19 showings and four offers – was listed for $1.1 million, but Ryan and his wife had paid $975,000 for it two years ago.

Rex Ryan's Orchard Park home is up for sale for $1.1 million

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