Depew, New York 14043
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KAREN BAKER (716) 830-7264
755 LEBRUN RD AMHERST $1,450,000
A one of a kind Colonial on 2 acres of stunning architectural detail & design.
699 MOUNTAIN VIEW DR LEWISTON $699,900
Home is completely renovated.Chefs dream kit w/island, butlers pantry, top
appl & breakfast rm. All 2nd flr bdrms have their own baths. Den looks over
gardens & pool.Mstr w/heated flrs, marble bath,his & her closets.Finished bsmt
w/temperature controlled wine tasting area & theater rm. Too many features to
mention. Call for details
Luxurious 6 bdrm home w/ Views of Toronto , on over 2 acres & steps away from
3248 ROU TE 98 FRANKLINVILLE $1,550,000
NFCC. Open flr plan & spectacular views from every rm, Kit w/ breakfast bar,
loads of cabs & high end appl. All nice sized bdrms on 2nd flr. Mstr w/beautiful
bath,steam shower & walk-in closet. Bonus room w/sports court, perfect for 2nd
flr FR or media rm. Elevator, 2 staircases, 5 car garage. 5 full & 2 half baths
Beautifully built & filled w/the finest fixtures & materials of today. Stunning chef’s
kit w/breakfast rm, granite, high end appl & walk-in pantry. Elegant dining area.
LR w/coffered ceiling, fp & bar. Terrific den. All wonderfully sized bdrms on 2nd flr.
Lower level w/bdrm & bath Separate guest home w/2 bdrms & 2 baths & private
patio. Spectacular views from ever y rm, Minutes from Ellicottville & the slopes.
Call for adl details
49 FOUR WINDS WAY AMHERST $1,060,000
Gorgeous custom-built, all-brick French Country style home. American cherry
hdwd flrs, French tumble marble, Downsview Kit & Baths. 1st flr mstr w/access
to veranda, walk-in closet .Mstr Bath w/ double sink, shower, Jacuzzi & dressing
table. Formal DR & LR w/ fp. Study w/ blt-ins. Lg FR w/fp. Gourmet Kit w/ high-end
appl& breakfast Rm. 2nd flr w/2 separate areas, 1 w/ 3 bdrms & 2 full baths, the
other w/ large study.Lower lvl w/ full bath, gallery .
- Blocking weeds with opaque plastic
and other mulch: If you can’t pull or dig
or hoe every weed in a large infestation,
smother them. Use thick newspaper,
cardboard, heavy-duty plastic, or other
mulches. Pull weeds that root on top of
Can any of this weeding wait? What
must you do early? The best advice is to
spend time in your garden every day and
observe; you will see problems before
they are large.
Spring: We are not supposed to walk
on wet soil, and it’s too early for most
planting in March and April, but it’s a good
time to get rid of weeds—staying on the
paths of course. Hoe new seedlings, pull
perennial weeds when the soil is damp,
and cover up large swaths of bad weeds if
you can’t get to them one by one.
Early summer: Watch for weeds and
grasses that are developing seed heads.
Remove them before the seeds fly. You can
cover the areas or add mulch, but some
seeds will survive for ten years. If you let
them spread, plan to live with them for a
Late season: If you didn’t get to
perennial weeds, it’s not as urgent now.
(Your flowers and veggies have grown.)
But get to them before they grow even
better roots to get through the winter.
It’s always a good time to weed.
Creeping buttercup (at left), mugworts