Electric Owl Works, in South Wales, NY, is situated on several acres of wooded, hillside property in rural Erie County. Just twenty five miles south of downtown Buffalo and about twenty minutes NYS Thruway exit 54, it is tucked away and removed from distractions while remaining very convenient.


HISTORY

Electric Owl Works is located in Myrtle Bank, a ~5,000 ft2 private residence and former country home of the late Dr. Edwin A. Mirand, a world renowned cancer research scientist, educator, and long time employee of Roswell Park Cancer Institute.

Myrtle Bank resides on several acres of secluded, wooded hillside at Hunters Creek and Goodleberg Roads in South Wales, NY.  Originally built as a hunting cabin in the 1940s, Dr. Mirand acquired the property in the 1950s and made substantial improvements over the decades, reshaping it into an architecturally significant structure in the region, reminiscent of Japanese and Frank Lloyd Wright designs.

Throughout his life, Dr. Mirand hosted numerous events at Myrtle Bank where he entertained family, colleagues, and dignitaries surrounded by his substantial collection of art, antiques, and furniture that he acquired during his world travels. The home served as a celebration of art, culture, learning, and also provided an open, welcoming environment for members of the gay community.

RENOVATIONS

The home is being lovingly and painstakingly re-fit to accomodate residential recording studio operations while respecting its architectural integrity. Features and ammenities include dedicated guest rooms, showers, bathrooms, and laundry facilities, as well as spacious solariums, outside deck, lounge, dining, wet bar, kitchenette, and gourmet kitchen areas.

VIDEO TOURS

We have several pre-build out video tours on YouTube.  You may watch them here!

 

We invite you to contact us for more information about Electric Owl Works.