Historic House Listings

The Week’s Mansion, Circa 1870 in New York. $94,900

January 3, 2024

I love that staircase! This house is a diamond in the rough! The Week’s Mansion was built in 1870. It is located on .26 acres in Jamestown, New York. The house features a covered front porch, leaded glass windows, grand staircase, wainscoting and tall ceilings. A new roof was put on the house. Five bedrooms, two bathrooms and 4,159 square feet. $99,900 New price: $94,900

Contact Heather Shea-Canaley with ERA Team: 716-413-0200

From the Zillow listing:


Welcome to the Weeks’s Mansion this home has over 4000 sq ft. Wait until you see the beautiful Architectural details. The weeks home was built around 1870. It has beautiful sights looking down 8th St. You can see the house for about half a mile as you come up the hill. This two and on half story, cross gabled residence with a tower combines the plan of an Italian villa with Eastlake woodwork details. The level of craftmanship and detail is outstanding. For a time, this house was occupied by Charles E. Weeks, appointed Postmaster of the Jamestown by President Grover Cleveland. Week’s son was mayor of Jamestown and lived in the 34 Lakeview Ave. At the turn of the century, this home was occupied by Newton Crissey, President of the Farmers and Mechanics bank at 215 Main St. This property includes a frame garage. It does have a shared driveway and comes with the lot behind. A new roof was just put on seller said it cost $42,000.



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