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Home of the Week: A turn-of-the-century gem in Buffalo

Six years ago, Meg Keller-Cogan and her husband, Clark Cogan, moved to Buffalo and settled into a house that immediately felt like home.

Here is how Keller-Cogan described their home in an email to The Buffalo News Home & Style section for our “Home of the Week” online feature:

"Our E.B. Green designed home was built in 1900 as a simple Craftsman design.

"We are fortunate to have purchased the home six years ago from loving caretakers who worked to preserve the architectural integrity of the home’s original design.

"For example, original pristine hardwoods in excellent condition flow from the expansive foyer through the kitchen and surprisingly reappeared under layers of carpet, linoleum and subflooring during the 2013 renovation of the second-floor laundry room.

“The home’s modestly sized kitchen located in the original library was lovingly updated making creative use of every square inch of its limited space. The upstairs master bedroom suite has two large, customized walk-in closets, a rare amenity in an older home.

“The chestnut-lined walls of the dining room are a testament to finely honed craftsman skills evidenced in the walls, built-in china and crystal storage and one of the home's five fireplaces,” she wrote.

The living room. (Photo courtesy Meg Keller-Cogan)

Do you love your house enough to show it off like Meg Keller-Cogan did? This could be your chance.

The Buffalo News is looking for other beautiful local homes and the stories behind them and their décor.

Those chosen will be displayed in a weekly feature at and could be chosen as Home of the Month with a spread in a Sunday edition of The Buffalo News.

If you are interested, tell us about your home in 150 words or less, and email 10 hi-res (in .jpg form) of the interior and exterior to

Those chosen for will be contacted by Home and Style Editor Susan Martin. A phone number is helpful. Single-family homes, condominiums, lofts and apartments are eligible.

The News will include your name and the city or town in which you reside but not your exact address.

*Look back at last week’s Home of the Week, below, or click the tag to see all of them.

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