Timber Banks is one man’s vision of the perfect place to live. It may be yours, too – especially if you’ve always dreamed of having a home nestled on the outskirts of a world-class golf course, and your preferred method of transportation is watercraft.
Defined by authenticity and permanence, there is an elemental attraction to mature neighborhoods. One such place captured the hearts of a couple immediately drawn to the mix of diverse, well-tailored houses and the friendly, welcoming environment.
To understand Ellicottville Brewing Company (EBC), you need to know a little about its hometown. Ellicottville has a lot going for it – an Allegany Mountains locale, miles of trails, a premier ski resort village, and a charming downtown.
The natural beauty and serenity of the large, wooded lot on which their house was built decades ago led a Western New York couple to launch a major re-design, with unique twists and turns along the way that ultimately took their residence from ordinary to extraordinary!
When Ross Cellino bought Harvest Hill public golf course on Transit Road in Orchard Park in October of 2012, he wanted to build a clubhouse that would fit the existing environment and give a nod to the land’s prior life as a working farm.