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Buffalo

The new owner of the former bishop's mansion in Buffalo has just sold his own residence just up the street, taking in enough to cover 87 percent of the cost of his new purchase before commissions and expenses. Eric Stenclik, who paid $1.5 million on Tuesday to buy the nine-bedroom mansion at 77 Oakland Place from the Catholic Diocese, sold the home he owned with his fat…

Buffalo

The Catholic Diocese of Buffalo has sold the former Sheehan Residence for retired priests for $1.3 million. Mingo Junction Steel Works, a partnership affiliated with Frontier Group of Cos., on Thursday morning acquired the historic mansion at the corner of Linwood Avenue and West Utica Street. Bishop Richard J. Malone said last March that the diocese will sell the lo…

Buffalo

Plans by the Catholic Diocese of Buffalo to raise money for victims of sexual abuse by selling Bishop Richard J. Malone's former mansion and another property are coming to fruition quickly, as both properties now have buyers. Diocesan spokeswoman Kathy Spangler confirmed Thursday that the bishop's residence at 77 Oakland Place is under contract to be sold. She would not…