Off of Route 104 after crossing lines from Niagara to Orleans county, there's a little old red house with 3 most peculiar giant sized bowling pins on a white porch.
This is Jeddo Mill Antiques and this has to be one of the biggest surprises of exploring Buffalo, New York.
Walking in was like taking a step into time. With soft classical music playing in the background of days gone past and warm lighting, we started roaming around.
Todd told us about his humble beginnings in DC, where he started in the event space but took a chance to work part-time at a friend's antique store in the area.
The owner decided to close the store after only 6 months of operation. Presented with a great opportunity, Todd decided to take over the store and ended up running this antique store for 8 years.
Todd toyed with the idea of changing it to something else when he bought it but decided not to and so it continued to be called Jeddo Mills.
Some of my favorite items in his shop are the decorative ladders that can also be used as shelving, metal watering cans with a country rural feel, vintage luggage, and carry cases.
Believe it or not, HGTV featured Todd's loft in an episode of “You Live in What?” which aired last June which further makes the case for Jeddo's as a hidden gem in the area.