"Unique" does not quite do justice to "Edgerley", established in 1828 and thoughtfully expanded in 1870 and 1930. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/edgerley_(oakland,_new_york) Located about 40 miles south of Rochester, 50 miles southeast of Buffalo, and 5 miles Letchworth State Park, “Edgerley,” is a square early Greek Revival brick house built in the 1820s. It has all the features you’d expect from a house of this era: wide-plank flooring, and extensive woodwork. After the original build, three additions were added: one in the 1880s, one in the 1930s, and recently in the early 2000s with the addition of a 1-car garage with a finished room above. "Edgerley" served as a station for the “Underground Railroad,” and now features huge trees, wide lawns, garden space, and an in-ground pool. You’ll stay cozy all winter long with its roaring fireplace and radiant heat. A special feature of this property is the “Plank House” cottage, believed to have been built even earlier than the main house. Constructed of planks of 2-inch-thick oak set vertically between corner posts and beams, It was slightly enlarged in 1890, rehabbed in 1972, and has a completely rebuilt porch from the early 2000s.