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Home of the Week: A sweet ranch in Snyder

Nancy A. Gaglione, who runs Interior Design & Space Planning, calls her ranch home of three years in Snyder "a dream."

Here is how she described the place for The Buffalo News "Home of the Week" online feature, her second home since downsizing in 2013:

"Being in the design world is great fun. It's challenging and exciting to fulfill your clients' needs.

"Doing your own home is something else. The industry offers new products everyday! So much to see.

"After working and living in New York, Snyder seemed to be the best spot to call home. Living in a beautiful French Normandy built in 1928 for 32 years posed a challenge when I chose to downsize.

"First, a beautiful townhouse condominium in Amherst. Seemed right at the time! Gutted and made new, it was lovely. But as grandchildren came along, more space was needed.

"Opting not to buy a patio home with another HOA, I searched for a ranch. Wow, after 40-something homes, I found my dream house in Snyder.

"The space is deceiving from the outside. Large, wonderful windows and open space. It's a dream.

"I love to garden and this sweet ranch may possibly be the best place I have ever lived. It has it all – one floor, wonderful green space and a perfect neighborhood," she said.

 

The sun room, a new addition. (Photo courtesy Nancy A. Gaglione)

Do you love your house enough to show it off? 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 buffalonews.com and could be chosen as Home of the Month in a Sunday edition of The Buffalo News.

If you are interested, tell us about your home in 150 words or less, and email at least 10 images (in .jpg form) of the interior and exterior to homeandstyle@buffnews.com.

It’s OK to separate the images into several emails.

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

We will not print your exact street address, though we do like to include the town, city or neighborhood in which you live.

If you have difficulty submitting images, please email smartin@buffnews.com.

* In case you missed our last Home of the Week:

Home of the Week (with a twist)

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