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Greece Neighborhoods

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

COMMUNITIES AND LOCATIONS IN GREECE, NY:
Barnard
Braddock Bay:
Braddock Heights
Elmgrove
Grandview Heights
Grand View Beach
North Greece
West Greece
EDUCATION IN GREECE, NY:
There are three school districts serving the Town of Greece:
Greece Central School District
Hilton Central School District
Spencerport Central School District
Greece Central School District:
There are (12) elementary schools, (4) middle schools, and (4) high schools educating approximately 13,000 students.
The school district’s motto is “One Vision, One Team, One Greece.”
Hilton Central School District:
There are 4,500 students in the village of Hilton and the towns of Clarkson, Greece, Hamlin and Parma in Monroe County. There are over 800 full and part-time employees with an operating budget of $81 million.
The average class size is 20-25 (Elementary), and 20-26 (6-12). There are (3) Elementary Schools (1) Middle School and (1) High School.
Spencerport Central School District:
There are 3500 students in the village of Spencerport town of Ogden and portions of the towns of Gates, Greece and Parma in Monroe County. There are over 800 employees and an operating budget of $60 million ($14,277 per student)
The average class size is 20 (Elementary) 25 (Middle-High School). There are (4) Elementary Schools, (1) Middle schools, and (1) High schools.
Greece Neighborhoods

Greece

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

FACTS:
Greece
A suburb of Rochester, New York,
As of April 2020, the town has a population of
The town motto is
The 
The Town of Greece was
Prior to European settlement, the area the town occupies was inhabited by the
European settlers began to arrive in the area in the
According to the Morgan Quinto Awards,
PLACES OF INTEREST:
The following are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The William Payne House
Greece Memorial Hall
William Covert Cobblestone Farmhouse
Our Mother of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church Complex
Greece

Brockport

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

Facts:
Brockport is a village in the Town of Sweden,
The population was 8,366 at the 2010 U.S. Census.
The name is derived from
The Village of Brockport is roughly
Brockport calls itself
Brockport recently remodeled the village portion of the Erie Canal, providing a bricked walkway, a new canal visitor’s center, and several pieces of art.
Prior to European settlement, the area that makes up modern Brockport was primarily occupied by the
The Village of Brockport was founded by Heil Brockway in
The village grew to importance as
The
Places of Interest:
The Erie Canal
Main Street (Route 19) has many
The
The
Brockport has the following places listed on the
#1-Brockport Central Rural High School (currently A.D. Oliver Middle School)
Walking Tour Brockport NY: 
This tour consists of five “segments” to be walked in one continuous stroll or by segments.
Segment A - Stops 1-19
Segment B - Stops 20-41
Segment C - Stops 42-47
Segment D - Stops 48-61
Segment E - Stops 62-71
They may be combined as follows:
Brockport

The Arts of Rochester

Explore Rochester Series

THE ARTS
LIST OF ART GALLERIES, ART STUDIOS, AND ARTISTS:
AMA Blacksmiths 405 Sherman St
AMoR: Art Museum of Rochester 610 NY-31
Anderson Alley Artists 250 N. Goodman St
Anderson Arts Building 250 N. Goodman St
Art Center of Rochester 563 Titus Ave
ARTISANworks 565 Blossom Rd #L
Artist Row 280 Union St N.
AXOM Gallery 661 South Ave
Blaessig Glass Specialties 645 Atlantic Ave
Booksmart Studio 12 Walnut St
Craft Co. No. 6 785 University Ave
Creative Workshop @MAG 500 University Ave
First Friday Rochester 137 East Ave
Flower City Arts Center 713 Monroe Ave
George Eastman Museum 900 East Ave
Gong Glass Works 42 Parkview Dr
Hungerford Building 1115 E. Main St
Image City Photography Gallery 722 University Ave
Imagine Glass 24 Rundel Park
International Art Acquisitions 3300 Monroe Ave
John Grieco: Lasting Art
John K. Archer, Sculptor 66 Hinsdale St
Joy Gallery 498 W. Main St
Leaded Glass Art 39 Woodmont Rd
Main Street Artists Gallery & Studio 1115 E. Main St
Memorial Art Gallery 500 University Ave
Metal Some Art 1115 E. Main St #151
Mitch Iburg Ceramics (Middlesex)
More Fire Glass Studio 36 Field St
Nan Miller Gallery 3 Bishops Ct (Pittsford)
NOTA: Neighborhood of the Arts
Oxford Art Gallery 267 Oxford St. #1
Paley Studios 8 Cairn St
Paul Knoblauch 29 Halstead St
RIT City Art Space 280 E. Main St
Rochester Arc + Flame Center 125 Fedex Way
Rochester Art Club 1115 E. Main St
Rochester Artist Collaborative 250 N. Goodman St
Rochester Brainery 176 Anderson Ave
RoCo: Rochester Contemporary Art Center 137 East Ave
Rochester Folk Art Guild 1445 Upper Hill Rd. (Middlesex)
saPsaJ.Glass 250 N. Goodman St Studio 206
Shop the Hungerford 1115 E. Main St
Studio34 Creative Arts Center 34 Elton St
The Artists Cave 4639 Culver Rd
The Yard Collective 50-52 Rochester Public Market
UUU Gallery 153 State St
Vance Curves Metal Art 1600 N. Clinton Ave
IN CONCLUSION:
Get out and explore the art scene in Rochester. There is so much for you to see. Get inspired.
The Arts of Rochester

Irondequoit

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

FACTS:
Irondequoit
The name is of Iroquois origin and means
The town lies between the
The north border of the town is defined by the shoreline of
PARKS:
Irondequoit has beautiful parks to explore.
Durand Eastman Park
Irondequoit Bay State Park
McAvoy Park
Turning Point Park
NOTABLE PEOPLE:
Richard Brookhiser
Cito Culver
Steve Gadd
Tom Golisano
Irondequoit

Spencerport Neighborhoods

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

NEIGHBORHOODS:
The most desired areas tend to be in the northwest parts of the town.
Median house price in Spencerport: $234,563,
New York State’s median house price is $603,991.
US median is $376,286.
Nearby Towns:
Adams Basin, NY
Clarkson, NY
Garland, NY
Greece, NY
North Chili, NY
North Gates, NY
North Greece, NY
Parma Center, NY
Parma Corners, NY
South Greece, NY
Town Pump, NY
Spencerport Central School District:
Home of the Rangers
There are 3500 students in the village of Spencerport town of Ogden and portions of the towns of Gates, Greece, and Parma in Monroe County. There are over 800 employees and an operating budget of $60 million ($14,277 per student)
The average class size is 20 (Elementary) and 25 (Middle-High School). There are (4) Elementary Schools, (1) Middle schools, and (1) High School.
Spencerport Neighborhoods

Spencerport

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

Spencerport
The population is 3,634 since 2020 it has a population growth of 1.5%.
The 
The average commute time is 18.6 minutes. The National Average is 26.4 minutes.
In
The median home cost in Spencerport is $213,200.
Home Appreciation is up 16.6% in the last 12 months.
Sites of Interest: 
Colby-Pulver House Museum
2022 Music on the Canal
July 3 No Big Deal
July 10 Mambo Kings
July 17 -78 RPM
July 24 Brockport Big Band
August 14 Inside Out
August 21 The Coupe De’Villes
August 28 Bill Tiberio Band
Notable People from Spencerport, NY:
Spencerport

Downtown Rochester

Explore Rochester Series

A great way to discover Rochester is by taking a Walking Tour. The Landmark Society has created (6) Landmark Tours: 
CENTER CITY TOUR
HUNDRED ACRE TRACT TOUR
BROWN’S RACE/HIGH FALLS TOUR
SOUTHERN GATEWAYS TOUR
LIBERTY POLE – EAST CITY LOOP TOUR
EAST END & CULTURAL DISTRICT TOUR
LANDMARK SOCIETY-LANDMARK WALKING TOURS
Downtown Rochester
CENTER CITY TOUR
This route mixes historic buildings with contemporary office and hotel buildings. There are 24 sites along the tour; including 2 districts, 3 bridges and 13 buildings listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Rochester city streets on a whole are pedestrian, wheelchair and stroller friendly. In particular, for those taking this tour it is possible to stay exclusively on city sidewalks, with only a few driveways and alleys to cross.
HUNDRED ACRE TRACT TOUR
On this walking tour, you’ll discover the 100-Acre Tract, Rochester’s oldest “neighborhood,” and see the Court House Square, now the home of the Monroe County Office Building and Rochester’s former city hall.
BROWN’S RACE/HIGH FALLS TOUR
Welcome to Kodak’s neighborhood! Rochester’s tradition of re-purposing older buildings for new uses is most evident in this area, both a National Register Historic District and a city Preservation District. The tour of High Falls and Brown’s Race features a panoramic view of the Genesee River’s 96-foot falls and spectacular gorge plus a visit to an urban cultural park that celebrates Rochester’s earliest industrial area.
SOUTHERN GATEWAYS TOUR
This tour route traverses downtown’s interesting crossroads full of history, commerce and outstanding architecture – if you know where to look. The tour features both modern and historic architecture, as well as beautiful parks and bridges. Nine historic buildings constructed between 1858 and 1933 are featured, all of which are listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
LIBERTY POLE – EAST CITY LOOP TOUR
Many iconic Rochester buildings, churches, and parks are part of this tour in the heart of downtown. During most of the 20th century, the center of Rochester’s downtown was its department stores, and while the stores are gone, some of the buildings survive. You will also visit one of Rochester’s most fabulous banks, a Romanesque Revival church, and a former church that is now a tranquil and unusual downtown park.
EAST END & CULTURAL DISTRICT TOUR
This tour begins at Rochester’s famed Eastman Theatre and Eastman School of Music that anchor the city’s cultural district. It continues through historic residential neighborhoods and urban-style restaurants, bakeries, nightclubs, and coffee shops – all contributors to the ambiance of the city’s vibrant East End. At the end of the tour, you will have the option to continue on East Avenue and view the beautiful mansions that line the street, including the former home of George Eastman.
Downtown Rochester

Shops of Rochester

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

SHOPS:
LIST OF SHOPS:
3340 Monroe Center 3340 Monroe Ave (Pittsford)
Aaron’s Alley 662 Monroe Ave
Abundance Food Co-op 571 South Ave
A Different Point of View 2920 Monroe Ave (Pittsford)
Arena’s Inc. 260 East Ave
Archimage 668 Monroe Ave
Artful Gardener 727 Mt. Hope Ave
AXOM Home 661 South Ave
Brighton Commons 1855 Monroe Ave
Cleo + Kin Boutique Gift Shop 50 State St
College Town 1331 Mt. Hope Ave
Comics Etc. 1115 E. Main St
Craft Company No. 6 785 University Ave
Curated by justininteriors 44 E. Main St (Webster)
Eastview Mall 7979 Pittsford-Victor Rd
Elements on Railroad 153 Railroad St
Eleventh Hour Gift Shop 1922 Monroe Ave
Evie Boutique 1778 Empire Blvd (Webster)
Fleet Feet Sports 155 Culver Rd
Glue Factory 3252 Union St. (North Chili)
Hedonist Artisan Ice Cream & Chocolates 672 South Ave
Hickey-Freeman Co. Inc. 1155 N. Clinton Ave
Kittleberger Florist & Gifts 263 North Ave (Webster)
Krudco Skate Shop 60 Mt. Hope Ave.
Lala of Webster 38 E. Main St (Webster)
Little Button Craft 658 South Ave
Little Shop of Hoarders 447 Monroe Ave
MacKenzie-Childs 235 Park Ave
Main Street Trading Co. 64 W. Main St (Macedon)
Mod4U 10 North Ave (Webster)
Nest Things 11 E. Main St (Webster)
One World Goods 3349 Monroe Ave (Pittsford)
Panache Vintage & Finer Consignment 1855 Monroe Ave
Parkleigh 215 Park Ave
Park Point 300 (RIT Campus) Park Point Dr
Peppermint 145 Culver Rd
Pittsford Plaza 3349 Monroe Ave (Pittsford)
Record Archive 33 1/3 Rockwood St
Rehouse Architectural Salvage 469 W. Ridge Rd
REI 450 E. Henrietta Rd
Ritual Clay Co. 60 Browns Race #1
Rochester Art Supply Inc. 150 W. Main St
Rochester Greenovation Inc. 850 St. Paul
Rochester Public Market 280 North Union St
Salty Boutique 749 Park Ave
Sara’s Garden Center 389 East Ave (Brockport)
Shop One 6000 Reynolds Dr
Stacy K. Floral 43 Russell St
Statement Boutique 370 Park Ave
Stever’s Candies 623 Park Ave
The Creator’s Hands 1311 Mt. Hope Ave.
The Garage Sale Store 8 W. Main St (Webster)
The North Bee 27 North Ave (Webster)
The Op Shop 89 Charlotte St
The Piano Works (East Rochester)
The Shops on West Ridge 3200 W. Ridge Rd
Twelve Corners Plaza 1892 Monroe Ave
Useless Objects 1241 Park Ave Rochester
V.M. Giordano Imports European Cheese Shop 280 N. Union St N
Village Gate Square 274 N. Goodman
Warehouse 127| Curated Home 120 Railroad St
Xquisite 171 Monroe Ave
IN CONCLUSION:
Rochester has a wide range of unique specialty shops. Whatever you are looking for it is sure to be found.
Shops of Rochester

Victor Neighborhoods

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

Victor
PLACES OF INTEREST:
Boughton Hill
East Victor
Eastview Mall
Former Fairport Reservoirs
Fishers
Ganondagan State Historic Site–
Motts Corners
Railroad Mills
Victor
EAT/DRINK/EXPLORE:
Basha Mediterranean Cuisine
City Tavern
India House Restaurant
Lucca Wood Fire Bistro
Mead Square Park
Nashville Hot Chicken
New York Beer Project
Otto Tomotto’s
Ravenwood Golf Club
Route 96 BBQ
Six50 Black Oven Cooking
Stumblin’ Monkey Brewing Company
Sweet Basil Café
Thirsty Turtle Sports Bar
Twin Elder Brewery
Victor Hills Golf Club
Victor Village Inn
Victor Hiking Trails
IN CONCLUSION:
Take some time to explore the area. If you should have any questions or interest in exploring real estate opportunities in Victor, NY feel free to contact me.
Victor Neighborhoods

Victor

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

VICTOR FACTS:
The Town Motto is: 
Victor is a town in
Victor’s strategic location led to extensive suburban growth in the late 20th and early 21st century.
Victor is the largest of Rochester’s suburbs to be located outside of Monroe County
The Village of Victor is
The town is named after
An important Seneca village, known as 
In 2015, New York opened a museum and cultural center on the grounds of the
Pioneer settlement by European Americans began around 1789. The Town of Victor was formed in 1812. The area was initially developed for agriculture.
Places of Interest Listed on the National Register of Historic Places:
Jeremiah Cronkite House, Cobblestone Railroad Pumphouse, Felt Cobblestone General Store, Boughton Hill, Osborne House and Valentown Hall
Parks: 
Boughton, Dyrer Road, Fishers, Harlan Fisher Park, Lehigh Crossing, Maryfrances Bluebird Haven, Mead Square, Monkey Run, Paparone, Victor Minicipal, Village on the Park
In Conclusion: 
Just over the boarder of Monroe County you will find the charming village of Victor a vibrant and welcoming community. With a short commute you can dine in Downtown Rochester or play in the beautiful Finger Lake of Canandaigua Lake. There is so much to do and explore in Ontario County. Feel free to contact me if you are interested in exploring Real Estate opportunities in Victor, NY.
Victor

Erie Canal

Explore Rochester Series

ERIE CANAL:
TOUR BOAT CRUISES:
Jazz 90.1 Jazz and Blues Cruises aboard the Colonial Bell
The 2022 Schedule:
6/13: The Laura Dubin Duo $35
7/11: Jimmie Highsmith Jr. $35
8/15: The Bill Tiberio Band $45
9/14: Hanna PK and the Blue Hearts $35
RENT A BOAT:
Towpath Bike Rental
FAIRPORT VILLAGE
KREAG ROAD BOAT LAUNCH
PITTSFORD
FACTS:
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#4-Fairport Village Market
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Faircraft Brauhaus| Fairpour Coffee Roasters| Fairport Brewing Co.| Fairport Village Inn| Iron Smoke Distillery| Mac’s Philly Steaks| Moonlight Creamery| Mulconry’s Irish Pub| TK’s Pizzeria
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Aladdin’s Natural Eatery| Copper Leaf Brewing| Erie Grill| Jojo’s American Bistro| Label 7
Lock 32 Brewing Co.| Pittsford Dairy| Pittsford Pub| Simply Crepes| Via Girasole Wine Bar
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Carpenter Park-Pittsford| Erie Canal Nature Preserve-Pittsford| Great Embankment-Pittsford
Canal Park-Greece| Lock 33 Canal Park-Rochester| Lock 62 Canal Park-Rochester| Towpath Park Spencerport
ERIE CANAL HISTORICAL FACTS:
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Erie Canal

The Village of Honeoye Falls

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

HONEOYE FALLS
Motto:
Wikipedia informs me:
The name comes from the local story of a Native American
Now I ask, Are rattlesnakes prevalent in Upstate NY? So, I consulted google and the answer is:
The article quotes:
FACTS: Honeoye Falls 
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Note: On May 17, 1973, the Lower Mill was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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#8-The school mascot is the Cougar.
EVENTS: Honeoye Falls 
#1-Good Vibes Flowing
#2-Festival on the Green
#3-Honeoye Falls-Lima Central School’s Fall Weekend in Honeoye Falls
EVENTS: Mendon 
#1-Mendon Fireman’s Carnival
#2-Mendon Foundation’s
Lehigh Valley Trail
PARKS: Honeoye Falls 
#1-Harry Allen Park
PARKS: Mendon 
#1-Driesbach Fields
#2-Great Bend Park State Route 65/Clover St
#3-Lehigh Valley Trail
#4-Semmel Road Park
Mendon
The Village of Honeoye Falls

Honeoye Falls Neighborhoods

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

LIVING IN HONEOYE FALLS
Honeoye Falls is a very small village located in the state of New York. With a population of 2,706 people and two constituent neighborhoods, Honeoye Falls is the 504th largest community in New York.
Honeoye Falls has an unusually large stock of pre-World War II architecture, making it one of the older and more historic villages.
Unlike some villages, Honeoye Falls isn’t mainly white-collar or blue-collar. Instead, the most prevalent occupations for people in Honeoye Falls are a mix of both white-collar and blue-collar jobs. Overall, Honeoye Falls is a village of professionals, managers, and sales and office workers. There are especially a lot of people living in Honeoye Falls who work in management occupations (13.22%), healthcare (8.98%), and teaching (8.48%).
Also of interest is that Honeoye Falls has more people living here who work in computers and math than 95% of the places in the US.
Telecommuters are a relatively large percentage of the workforce: 8.87% of people work from home. While this number may seem small overall, as a fraction of the total workforce it is high relative to the nation. These workers are often telecommuters who work in knowledge-based, white-collar professions. For example, Silicon Valley has large numbers of people who telecommute. Other at-home workers may be self-employed people who operate small businesses out of their homes.
Being a small village, Honeoye Falls does not have a public transit system used by locals to get to and from work.
Do you like to read, write and learn? If you move to Honeoye Falls, you’ll likely find that many of your neighbors like too as well. Honeoye Falls is one of the more educated communities in America, with a full 50.03% of its adults having a college degree or even advanced degree, compared to a national average across all communities of 21.84%.
The per capita income in Honeoye Falls in 2018 was $38,048, which is upper middle income relative to New York and the nation. This equates to an annual income of $152,192 for a family of four. However, Honeoye Falls contains both very wealthy and poor people as well.
The people who call Honeoye Falls home describe themselves as belonging to a variety of racial and ethnic groups. The greatest number of Honeoye Falls residents report their race to be White, followed by Asian. Important ancestries of people in Honeoye Falls include English, Irish, German, Italian, and Polish.
The most common language spoken in Honeoye Falls is English. Other important languages spoken here include Italian and Chinese.
IN CONCLUSION:
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Honeoye Falls Neighborhoods

Rochester Golf Courses

Explore Rochester Series

GOLF FACTS: 
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#5-Oak Hill
ROCHESTER GOLF COURSES:
Arrowhead Marina & Golf Club, Arrowhead Course
655 Gallup Rd Spencerport, NY 585-684-4653
Blue Heron Hills Golf, Blue Heron Hill Course
1 Country Club Dr Macedon, NY  (315) 986-5888
Braemar Country Club, Braemar Course
4704 W. Ridge Rd Spencerport, NY (585) 352-5360
Brook-Lea Country Club, Brook-Lea Course
891 Pixley Rd Rochester, NY  (585)247-4577
Buttonwood Golf Course, Buttonwood Course
600 Trimmer Rd Spencerport, NY (585) 352-4720
Caledonia Country Club, Caledonia Course
303 Park Place Caledonia NY (585)538-9956
Champion Hills Country Club, Champion Course
675 Championship Dr Victor, NY (585)924-8383
Churchville Golf Course, South Course
643 Kendall Rd Churchville NY (585)2993-0680
Cobblestone Creek Country Club, Cobblestone Creek Course
100 Cobblecreek Rd Victor, NY (585) 924-6464
Cragie Brae Golf Course, Cragie Brae Course 
4391 Union St Scottsville, NY (585) 889-1440
Crooked Pines Golf Course, Crooked Pines Course
1148 Wayneport Rd Macedon, NY (315)986-4455
Deerfield Golf & Country Club
100 Craig Hill Dr Brockport, NY (585)392-8080
Durand Eastman Golf Club, Durand-Eastman Park Course 
1200 Kings Hwy Rochester, NY (585)266-0110
Eagle Vale Golf Club & Learning Center, Eagle Vale Course
4344 Nine Mile Point Rd Fairport, NY (585)377-5200
Genesee Valley Golf Course, South Course
1000 E. River Rd Rochester, NY (585)424-2920
Irondequoit Country Club, Irondequoit Course
4045 East Ave Rochester, NY (585)586-0156
Island Valley Golf Course, Island Valley Course
1208 Fairport Rd Fairport, NY (585)586-1304
Lake Shore Country Club & Shore Acres Executive Course, Par-3 Course
1165 Greenleaf Rd Rochester, NY (585)663-9100
Lima Country Club & Party House
7470 Chase Rd Lima, NY (585)624-3490
Locust Hill Country Club, Locust Hill Course
2000 W. Jefferson Rd Pittsford, NY (585)427-7010
Mendon Golf Course, Mendon Course
226 Mendon-Ionia Road Mendon, NY (585) 624-3770
Midvale Country Club, Midvale Course
2387 Baird Rd Penfield, NY (585)586-1030
Mill Creek Golf Course, Mill Creek Course
128 Cedars Ave Churchville, NY (585)889-4110
Monroe Golf Club, Monroe Course
155 Golf Ave Pittsford, NY (585) 586-3608
Morgan’s Crossing, Chili Course
760 Scottsville Chili Rd Scottsville, NY 14546-9640 (585) 889-9325
Oak Hill Country Club, West Course
346 Kilbourn Rd Rochester, NY (585)586-1660
Ontario Golf Club, Ontario Course
2101 Country Club Ln Ontario, NY (315)524-8495
Parkview Fairways Golf Course, Parkview Fairways Course
7100 Broughton Rd Victor, NY (585) 657-7539
Penfield Country Club, Penfield Course
1784 Jackson Rd Penfield, NY (585)377-1240
Perinton Golf and Country Club
1344 Macedon Center Rd Fairport, NY (585) 223-7651
Pinewood Country Club, Pinewood Course
1189 Ogden Parma Town Line Rd Spencerport, NY (585) 352-5314
Ravenwood Golf Club, Ravenwood Course
929 Lynaugh Rd Victor, NY (585)924-6711
Ridgemont Country Club, Ridgemont Course
3717 W. Ridge Rd Rochester, NY (585)225-1370
Riverton Golf Club, Riverton Course
514 Scottsville W. Henrietta Rd W. Henrietta, NY (585)334-6196
Salmon Creek Country Club & Sports Complex, Salmon Creek Course
355 Washington St Spencerport, NY (585)352-4300
Shadow Lakes Golf & Racquet Club, Executive Course
1850 Five Mile Line Rd Penfield, NY (585)385-2010
Southern Meadows Golf Club, Southern Meadows Par-4 Course
1025 Rush Scottsville Rd Rush, NY (585) 533-2440
The Country Club of Rochester, Rochester Course
2935 East Ave Ste 2 Rochester, NY (585)381-1800
The Links at Greystone, Greystone Course
1400 Atlantic Ave Walworth, NY (800)810-2325
Timber Ridge Golf Course, Timber Ridge Course
7061 W. Ridge Rd Brockport, NY (585)637-2582
Twin Hills Golf Course, Twin Hills Course
5719 W Ridge Rd Spencerport, NY (585) 352-4800
Victor Hills Golf Course, Executive Course
1450 Brace Rd Victor, NY (585)924-3480
Webster Golf Course
440 Salt Rd Webster, NY (585) 265-1920
Wild Wood Country Club, Wild Wood Course
1201 Rush West Rush Rd Rush, NY (585) 334-5860
Winding Creek Executive Course, Winding Creek Course 
6394 Plaster Mill Rd Victor, NY (585)924-0280
Woodcliff Hotel & Spa, Woodcliff Course 
199 Woodcliff Dr Fairport, NY (800) 365-3065
Rochester Golf Courses

Boating

Explore Rochester Series

Rochester is a boater’s paradise. There are boating opportunities on the
Genesee River
BOAT LAUNCHES
CORN HILL LANDING (Genesee River)
ERIE CANAL-BUSHNELL’S BASIN DOCKS (Erie Canal)
ERIE CANAL-FAIRPORT VILLAGE (Erie Canal)
ERIE CANAL-KREAG ROAD BOAT LAUNCH (Erie Canal)
ERIE CANAL-PITTSFORD (Erie Canal)
GENESSEE WATERWAYS CENTER (Genesee River & Erie Canal)
IRONDEQUOIT BAY SMALL BOAT HARBOR (Irondequoit Bay/Lake Ontario)
PORT OF ROCHESTER MARINA (Genesee River/Lake Ontario)
RIVER COMMONS PARK (Genesee River)
TURNING POINT PARK (Genesee River)
Photo: Lake Ontario/Irondequoit Bay Inlet
CHARTER A BOAT
HARBOR TOWN BELLE:
SAM PATCH ERIE CANAL TOURS
Photo: Lake Ontario Webster Shoreline
DOCKING FACILITIES:
Port of Rochester
Bay Creek Paddling Webster, NY
RENT A BOAT
ERIE CANAL BOAT COMPANY:
GENESEE WATERWAYS CENTER:
SOUTH BAY MARINA:
OTHER THINGS TO DO NEAR THE WATER:
DURAND EASTMAN BEACH
Wednesday Evenings in the Summer
GENESEE RIVERWAY TRAIL 
Boating

Webster Neighborhoods

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

Webster has a wide array of neighborhoods and home styles to choose from. Housing prices begin around the mid$100s and climb to $1Million+ for a custom lakeside home. New homes are available starting in the mid-$300 range. I have put together a list that ranges from Apartments| Townhomes| Resale Homes| New Builds | and Custom Homes. Whatever you are seeking there is a home for you in Webster.
Popular Neighborhoods to Consider:
EMPIRE ROAD: Having close proximity to downtown and 590 plus being near the Bay makes this a desirable area.
BAY ROAD: Being the 1st
LAKE ROAD: The crème-de-la-crème of Webster. These homes sit on the shore of Lake Ontario. With their panoramic views and killer sunset views,
VOSBURG ROAD and DRUMM ROAD: These two areas are located just off Bay/Lake that feels like it is in the woods. The Hojack Trail, Vosburg Hollow, Gosnell Big Field and Big Woods are in this area which is a popular destination for trail riders, hikers, runners, dog walkers or just nature enthusiasts.
WHITING RD: Running from Lake Road to Klem Road is a desirable area for those seeking large lots. Close to Whiting Road Nature Preserve is
MAPLE DRIVE: There are many gorgeous communities that run off Maple Drive. Here are some desirable streets in this area:
FIVE MILE DRIVE: Off Five-Mile Drive you will find a wide range of communities. Five-Mile boasts easy access to rt. 104, it’s mid-way between the East/West Sides of Webster. Close access to Penfield as well.
HARD RD: This area is close to Webster Park, North Ponds Park, Hegedorn’s and Aldi with easy access to rt. 104.
HOLT RD: This area is close to
ROUTE 250: This area is close to the Village shops and restaurants, Webster Park, North Ponds Park, and Four Mile Creek Preserve with easy access to rt. 104.
PHILLIPS ROAD: This area is close to the Hojack Trail, Webster Parks,
SALT ROAD and BASKET ROAD: The
COUNTY LINE ROAD: This area is on the far side of Webster near Wayne County providing quick access to Pultneyville and B. Forman Park from Lake Road or rt. 104.
THE VILLAGE: The quaint neighborhoods in the village provide the ability to walk to restaurants and shops. The Fireman’s Field holds events every summer that draws families.
Webster Photos:
Webster Park Pier in Winter
Gosnell The Big Field in Summer
Bay Creek Paddling Center in Summer
North Ponds Park in Spring
Webster Neighborhoods

Webster

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

I grew up in Webster and know the town like the back of my hand. Webster lays beside 
A Grand Tour of Webster:
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NOTE: The Park will be closed starting April 18, 2022, as the Town of Webster is planning to revitalize the waterfront park. The Town of Webster website states that
Sandbar Park
STEP 4- 
Webster Harbor Pier
STEP 5- 
Gosnell Big Woods Preserve
Gosnell Big Woods Preserve
Gosnell Big Woods Preserve
The Hojack Trail
STEP 6- 
STEP 7- 
Four Mile Creek Preserve
STEP 8- 
The Webster Arboretum
Webster Golf Course
Webster Golf Course
Webster Parks & Recreation
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North Ponds Park
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STEP 11- If shopping is more your speed 
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Enjoy your tour of Webster, NY and let me know how it went.
Some fun historical town facts:
It was originally known as North Penfield before it was established as a separate town.
It was named after the famous Massachusetts senator and statesman Daniel Webster.
The town’s motto is: “Where Life is Worth Living”.
Located in the fertile Lake Ontario fruit belt, the area attracted large groups of Dutch and German immigrants in the 1850s who became Webster’s first fruit farmers
The town also contains a village. After World War I, it continued as the shipping center for the area’s dried apple industry and also had the world’s largest basket factory, and was the center of the canning industry in Monroe County.
The junction of Ridge Road and Webster Nine-Mile Point Road, which connected shipping points on the Erie Canal and the New York Central Railroad with a small port on Lake Ontario
1900 The First Bank was established and the Rochester Sodus Bay Trolley connected Webster to Rochester leading to a major expansion of the village residential area. The section of Lapham Park, Elm Street, Dunning Avenue, and Park Avenue.
In late 1950 the Village annexed 182 acres of land that became the home of the Xerox Corporation.
In 2005 the Village celebrated its centennial year.
Webster

Boynton House | Frank Lloyd Wright

Explore Rochester Series

The Boynton House is a Frank Lloyd Wright Home on East Blvd in. Rochester, NY. I happened to drive by, find this house and took a double-take. I love Frank Frank Lloyd Wright and realized right away that this is one of his pieces.
Frank Lloyd Wright is a revolutionary architect who lived from
The Boynton home is special because it’s the only home in Rochester designed by Wright. Our Rochester marvel is one of the few privately owned single-family homes by Frank Lloyd Wright. The videos below tour the Boynton House and show the restoration that took place.
Boynton House | Frank Lloyd Wright

Festivals & Events

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With events centered around food, music, and the arts, Rochester is known as a festival city. With more than 140 festivals happening throughout the year there is always something to celebrate in Rochester and the Finger Lakes. Here are just a few of the events going on in Rochester, NY.
MAY
5/1 Spring Wildflower & Orchid Show 250 Gibson St., Canandaigua 5/1 Rochester Red Wings Game Frontier Field Rochester (reoccurring) 5/1 Community Garage Sale Rochester Public Market Rochester 5/6 Perinton Art Group’s Show & Sale Perinton Community Center Fairport 5/7 Genesee Country Village & Museum Mumford (reoccurring) 5/8 Flower City Days Rochester Public Market Rochester (reoccurring) 5/6-8 Lilac Festival Highland Park Rochester 5/12-15 Lilac Festival Highland Park Rochester 5/19-22 Lilac Festival Highland Park Rochester 5/21 Finger Lakes Celtic Festival Shortsville, NY 5/20 Finger Lakes Food Tours 800 S. Main St., Canandaigua
JUNE
6/2-16 Peony Tours Bristol Hills Lavender and Flower Farm Bristol 6/4 Fairport Canal Days Village of Fairport 6/17-25 Rochester International Jazz Festival Rochester
JULY
7/9-10 Corn Hill Arts Festival 7/30 Spencerport Canal Days Car Show American Legion, Spencerport
AUGUST
8/6-7 Park Ave Festival-Canceled 8/13 Brockport Arts Festival Brockport 8/13 Rochester Water Lantern Festival North Ponds Park Webster 8/19 Flour City Brewers Fest Rohrbach Brewing Rochester
SEPTEMBER
9/13-24 Key Bank Fringe Festival Rochester 9/18 Artist Row at the Rochester Public Market Rochester 9/24 Canaltown Days Palmyra
OCTOBER
10/1 Hilton Apple Festival
NOVEMBER
11/5 Rochester Children’s Book Festival RIT
Festivals & Events

Mendon Neighborhoods

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

Dann Corner
Ford Corner
Hamlet of Mendon
Meadows of Mendon Stables
Mendon Farms
Mendon Golf Club
Millstone Acres
Lehigh Valley Trail
Moran Center
Rochester Junction
Sibleyville
Tomlinson Corners
Trout Creek
Mendon Neighborhoods

Mendon

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

The Monroe County suburb with a population of 9,203 is about 10 miles southeast of Rochester bordered by Pittsford, Henrietta, Rush, and The Honeoye Creek. Mendon has the highest elevations at 1028 feet above sea level and is ranked the most affluent suburb of Rochester, NY. In 2019, a real estate survey estimated the median household income to be $105,650. The median home value is $254,100 and the median rent is $958. The rent to own ratio is 21% to 79%. Living in Mendon offers residents a sparse suburban feel made up mostly of horse farms and single-family homes. Residents tend to be conservative. The public schools are highly rated.
PARKS
LeHigh Valley Trail Park
a 15-mile linear trail park
LVT trail system has over 21 miles of trails for easy hiking or biking begins at the Genesee River and extends through the towns of Rush and Mendon to the Ontario County Line and extends to the Town of Henrietta
activities include biking, cross-country skiing, geocaching, hiking, running, horseback riding and birdwatching
connections to the
Mendon Ponds Park 95 Douglas Rd. Honeoye Falls, NY
Monroe County’s largest park
at over 2,500 acres, it is the largest park in Monroe County
there is a 550-acre nature preserve and 30 miles of self-guided trails
includes 5 major ponds, marshes, swamps, a bog and many small kettle holes as well as oak woodland, pine plantations and open fields.
designated a National Natural Landmark in 1967 in recognition of its unique glacial geology
the Songbird Trail is a favorite place for families to feed chickadees and titmice by hand
recreational activities include biking, birdwatching, boating, camping, cross-country skiing, fishing, geocaching, hiking, running, horseback riding, kayaking/canoeing, multi-use athletic fields, sledding, snowshoeing,
other recreational areas include Sharon’s Sensory Garden, Wild Wings, Inc., a Youth Camping area, and a car-top boat launch (non-motorized boats only).
Tinker Nature Park/Hansen Nature Center 1525 Calkins Rd. Pittsford
a 68-acre park features trails and boardwalks for visitors of all abilities
a 1.2-mile flat perimeter trail for jogging, biking, skiing, snowshoeing or walking
a ½ mile nature trail and several museums on the property
dogs are not permitted
an indoor Honeybee observation hive
includes Tinker Pavilion and Tinker Homestead & Farm Museum
GOLF CLUB
Mendon Golf Club 226 Mendon Ionia Rd
the 1st nine holes were designed by Peter Craig in 1961 
In 1967, the back nine holes were designed by Joe DeMino
Opened 1961 as Green Hills Golf Club
EQUICENTER
Equicenter William & Mildred Levine Ranch
RESTAURANTS
Cottage Hotel of Mendon
Crabby Dan’s Grill
Main St Café
Mendon64
Pizza D’s Mendon
SHOPPING
A Touch of Gold
Hidden Springs Farm Market
Mendon Meadows Marketplace
Talulah’s Fancy at the Potting Shed
The Mulberry Tree Fine Arts and Gifts
Village Garden Store Ltd
WINERY
20 Deep Winery
Bottom Line
Mendon is a great town to live in if you enjoy having more space while still having easy access to the city. The suburbs of Mendon are vast with large lots separating you from your neighbors. Contact me today to buy or sell a home in Mendon, NY.
Mendon

Park & East Ave

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Rochester has many beautiful neighborhoods to explore. Take time to walk down the avenues and take in the architecture. Each area has a style of its own. From Restaurants, Bistros, Cafes and Coffee Shops you will find a variety of food and drinks to enjoy. Explore the Boutiques, Galleries, Museums and Shops.
NEIGHBORHOODS:
PARK AVE:
Park Ave is a great neighborhood to walk and explore restaurants, bars, coffee shops, retail and salons in Rochester. Several landmarks including the
SHOPS and RESTAURANTS:
BONES DOG BAKERY
BLU WOLF BISTRO
F. OLIVER’S
CHESTER CAB PIZZA
JEMBETAT GALLERY
DORADO
GLEN EDITH COFFEE
MANSAWEAR UNIQUELY YOU
HALF-PINT BEER PUB
PARKLEIGH
ROAM CAFE
PARKLEIGH MACKENZIE-CHILDS
ROUX
RAMON SANTIAGO & FRANK ARGENTO
THE FROG POND
STEVER’S CANDIES
THE HIDEAWAY
STATEMENT
THE RED FERN
EAST AVE:
East Avenue Historic District is a national historic district. The district consists of some 700 notable 19th and 20th Century structures containing Homes, Churches, and Museums. Including the
Memorial Art Gallery
Rochester Zen Center
NOTA (Neighborhood of the Arts):
University Avenue hosts the
ATTRACTIONS and RESTAURANTS:
ANDERSON ALLEY ART COOPERATIVE
FIAMMA CENTRO
ARTWALK
JUST JUICE 4 LIFE
FLATIRON BUILDING
NOSH
IMAGE CITY PHOTOGRAPHY GALLERY
OLD PUEBLO GRILL
MEMORIAL ART GALLERY
POLIZZI’S
ROCHESTER BRAINERY
SALENA’S MEXICAN
THE LUCKY FLEA MARKET
SCRATCH BAKESHOP
VILLAGE GATE SQUARE
THE GATE HOUSE
WRITERS AND BOOKS
THREE HEADS BREWING
NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS:
Upper Monroe, Swillburg, Pearl-Meigs-Monroe, Beechwood, Ellwanger-Barry
Park & East Ave

Pittsford Neighborhoods

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

Pittsford has a wide-range of neighborhoods to choose from. You can select to live in the village and have the ease of access to the canal, shops and restaurants. There are 1950’s ranches that provide one-level living ease. Raised-Ranches and Colonials can be found in the 1960-1970’s tracts scattered about. You will find 1980’s and 1990’s tracts offer more Contemporary Colonial’s with a leaning to open-floor plan in the Family Room-Kitchen Areas. As well as 2000 and Newer Construction that boasts the ever-popular open-floor plans, Mudrooms, 1st floor Offices and Owner Suites, Bonus Rooms and often Home Theaters. There are also a wide-range of apartments, condos, townhomes, and patio homes to choose from depending on your individual needs.
Pittsford Neighborhoods:
Here are just a few of the beautiful neighborhoods that you might want to explore in the suburb of Pittsford.
Alpine Ridge:
Charter Oaks:
French Rd:
Kensington Woods:
Knickerbocker Road:
Malvern Hills:
Marsh Road:
Meadow Cove Road:
The Highlands at Pittsford:
Thornell Road and Mill Road:
Tobey Road:
While we are on the subject of houses, Pittsford is home to one of the most unique houses. The
Pittsford Neighborhoods

Pittsford

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

Pittsford
You might be fascinated to see a lock. Canals use locks to deal with changes in elevation.
After you meander through the village, go over to
Parks:
While you are in Pittsford take advantage of the vast number of
Monroe County Parks located in Pittsford:
Mendon Ponds Park
95 Douglas Rd Honeoye Falls (2500 acres) Mendon Ponds Park is the largest Monroe County Park, it includes a vast trail system and unique geology.
Powder Mills Park
154 Park Rd (380 acres) Powder Mills Park’s activities include downhill skiing, hiking and a creek that is popular with trout fishermen and a fish hatchery.
Town of Pittsford Parks:
Copper Beach Park
Daffodil Meadow
Erie Canal Nature Preserve
Farm View Park
Great Embankment Park
Habecker Fields
Hopkins Park
Isaac Gordon Nature Park
King’s Bend Park
Lock 62 and the Erie Canal Trail
Paul M. Spiegel Pittsford Community Center
Pittsford Dog Park
Thornell Farm Park
William A. Carpenter Park
Bottom Line:
Pittsford is a beautiful town to visit and live in. Year-round Pittsford has plenty to offer whatever your interest may be. Contact me to learn more about real estate in Pittsford, NY.
Pittsford

Rochester Parks

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You will find that Rochester, NY offers plenty of Parks to explore. You can utilize the Genesee Riverway Trail as a beneficial way to explore 11 parks: Genesee Valley Park, Bausch and Lomb Riverside Park, Durand Eastman Park, Genesee Gateway Park, High Falls Terrace Park, Highland Park, Middle Falls Crossing, Lower Falls Park, Maplewood Park, Ontario Beach Park, Seneca Park and Turning Point Park.
Genesee Riverway Trail
This 24 mile-long, scenic, multi-use trail runs through Rochester. You will find that the off-road trail is great for walking, running and bicycling along the Genesee River.
The GRT provides pedestrian access to the Genesee River as well as its scenic gorge, 3 waterfalls, 8 pedestrian bridges, 11 parks (including four historic parks designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.)
The GRT links nine historic districts and individual landmarks including the 1842 Erie Canal Aqueduct and the 1822 Lake Ontario Lighthouse.
The GRT runs on both sides of the Genesee River from the southern city line to Court St downtown, a total of 9 miles. This section of the trail has five pedestrian bridges and a variety of trail loops. North of downtown, the trail is continuous from Middle Falls to Lake Ontario, a total of 7 miles.
The GRT is marked with a system of wayfinding and interpretive signs. It is a designated National Recreation Trail. Beyond the city, it links to the Erie Canal Heritage Trail, and the Genesee Valley Greenway Trail.
The 11 Parks on the GRT are:
Genesee Valley Park
1000 E. River Rd. – 800-acre park designed by landscape architect Frederic Law Olmsted
– a favorite spot for golfers, crew teams, kayakers, and cross-country skiers
– 3 baseball diamonds, a soccer field, hiking trails, biking paths, playground areas, cross-country ski trails, Genesee Valley Park Sports Camp, and 8 picnic shelters
– two 18-hole golf courses canoeing and fishing access to Genesee River, NYS Barge Canal and Red Creek
Bausch and Lomb Riverside Park
711 Wilson Blvd – close to the University of Rochester River Campus. – walking paths with views that loop around the Genessee River – Picnic tables and benches
Durand Eastman Park
1200 Kings Hwy. N. – 5,000 ft of Lake Ontario waterfront. – a gift to the city of Rochester by Dr. Durand – George Eastman increased the size to 977 acres – Part of the Monroe County Arboretum – Supervised swimming Beach Hotline (585)753-5887 – 18-hole golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones. – includes lakes, ponds, hiking trails, shelters and a lodge available for rent, cross-country skiing, fishing, geo-caching, golf, hiking/running, kayaking/canoeing, orienteering, a playground, snowshoeing and swimming.
Genesee Gateway Park
151 Mt. Hope Ave. – a scenic sliver of land located along the river between the Ford Street Bridge and downtown Rochester – includes a small playground, basketball courts, fishing locations, a boat launch for canoes and kayaks, benches, bike trail, picnic area and hiking trail
High Falls Terrace Park
St. Paul Blvd. – a portion of the original Gorsline Building is now a terraced park – provides a panoramic view of the waterfall and the city’s skyline – a walking promenade in the location of the old railway lines
Highland Park
450 Highland Ave – was expertly designed by Frederick Law Olmsted – home of the Lilac Festival.
Middle Falls Crossing
– a waterfall on the Genesee River
Lower Falls Park
– a 110 ft. waterfall on the Genesee River – located 1.5 miles downstream of Upper Falls – Lower Falls Overlook Trail is a 0.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail from Stevenson Trail along a portion of the Genesee River Trail Note: The Genesee River flows in a northerly direction starting in Pennsylvania and going through Letchworth State Park and Rochester before ending in Lake Ontario.
Maplewood Park
89 Maplewood Dr. -a linear park that follows the river designed by Frederick Law Olmsted -two hiking trails, biking trails, running trails
Ontario Beach Park
50 Beach Ave – 39-acre park contains one of the best Great Lakes and best natural sand beaches – fishing pier, public boat launch, supervised swimming, bathhouse, volleyball, softball and basketball courts, a playground. -1905 Dentzel Menagerie Carousel -concerts by the shore
Seneca Park
2222 St Paul St, – a 297-acre park designed by Frederick Law Olmsted – picnic shelters, lodge, playgrounds, scenic views of the Genesee River gorge, hiking trails, open fields and a large pond with a paved walking path. Turning Point Park 260 Boxart St – 275 wooded acres along the banks of the Genesee River – wooded oak forest “Bullock’s Woods” – a rain garden – the boardwalk and trail won the American Public Works Associations’ Transportation Project of the Year Award in 2008.
The Future:
The #ROCtheriverway initiative to revitalize the Genesee riverfront will be bringing a lot of changes to the area. For more information see
Rochester Parks

Fairport Neighborhoods

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

Fairport Neighborhoods:
I have listed the neighborhoods in alphabetical order. I chose a few to highlight and expand upon by showing some fun aspects of each.
Fairport has 33,323 residents and 51 neighborhoods. 
Aldrich
Alpine Knoll
Ayrault
Beaumont Estates
Casa Larga Winery
Belinda Crescent
Black Watch Trail
Garnsey Road Arboretum
Bramble Ridge
Erie Canal Boat Launch
Perinton Community Center
Center Stage
Rochester, Syracuse and Eastern Trail
Bushnell Basin
Richardson’s Canal House
Great Embankment Park
Carter Rd.
Colonial Drive
Coventry
Crystal Springs/Brentwood
Perinton Park
Egypt Hills
Fairport Village Center Fellows Rd Park
Fellows/Whitney Road
Forest Ridge
Fox Hill
Georgetown Commons
Georgetown Commons
Grandview Heights
Hickory Ridge
Kreag Road Park
Indian Hill
Indian Valley
Jefferson Avenue Fairport
Margo-Peppermill
Mason Valley
McCoord/Inverness
Midvale Dr
NE Fairport
Orchard/Crescent/Golf
Pannell
Perinton Way
Pines of Perinton
Roundtree
Route 31
Southcross Trail
Southern Hills
The Hammocks
Turk Hill Estates
Turk Hill Rd
Valley Creek
Vineyard Hills
Waterford Way
Westage and Hulbert
Lion’s Den Teen Center at Potter Place
Community Garden at Potter Place
Whitebrook
Wincanton
Woodcliff
Woodcliff Hotel
Woodsview
Bottom Line:
Fairport has plenty of great neighborhoods. Whether you plan to buy, rent or visit, Fairport has plenty to offer for any situation. Contact me today to find the perfect Fairport neighborhood to suit your needs.
Fairport Neighborhoods

Fairport

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

Fairport | #2 SUBURB OF ROCHESTER, NY
Fairport dubbed
Officially the name Fairport is the name of only the village. “Fairport” is often used to refer to a large portion encompassing the Town of Perinton as well.
THE VILLAGE OF FAIRPORT AND THE ERIE CANAL:
To take advantage of the prime location on the canal
Packett’s Landing
You can also find a wide array of shops, bars, breweries, restaurants all within walking distance to the canal. Some of our favorites are
The Cannery
Faircraft Brauhaus
Iron Smoke Distillery
Triphammer Bierwerks
At
Compane Trattoria
Fairpour Café and Coffee Roasters
Did you know?
The first beer can debut was on January 24, 1935.
Yes indeed, it was made at the American Can Factory in Fairport, NY
OTHER FUN AREAS TO EXPLORE IN THE VILLAGE:
On 9 Lift Bridge Lane E. located at milepost 361 of the CSX line is:
The Bicentennial Canal Gateway Project Fairport improvements on the southwest bank included new accessible docks and
The GPI Concept Plan for the Village of Fairport:
Did you know?
The Lift Bridge appeared in Ripley’s Believe It or Not because of the unusual construction.
FESTIVALS & EVENTS
You will find lots of festivals and events to attend in the Summer and Fall:
Car Cruz Night
Farmer’s Market
Fairport Canal Days
Center Stage Concert Series
Gazebo Concert Series in Kennelly Park
Fairport Music Festival
Lift Bridge Regatta
Fairport Oktoberfest
Fairport Scarecrow Festival
Halloween Parade
Did you know?
The most popular part of the canal runs from Rochester’s Genesee Valley Park to the village of Fairport.
A popular 30min bike ride on the canal runs from Route 250-to-Canandaigua Road.
PARKS:
There are 15 parks with many amenities including fishing, soccer, baseball/softball, basketball, volleyball, tennis and the 35-mile Crescent Trail.
Village Parks:
Kennelley Park
Perinton Park (Fairport Rd Route 31F)
Packett’s Landing Wharf
Potter Park
Thomas Creek Wetland Walk (Liftbridge Lane East)
LOCATION:
Bordering Monroe County towns include East Rochester (East), Pittsford (West), and Penfield (North). Ontario County towns include Victor (South) and Macedon (East). Eastview Mall is in Victor, but only 4 miles from the center of Perinton. The hamlet of Egypt featuring Lollypop Farm is in the (SE) portion of town. Bushnell’s Basin is a picturesque hamlet in the (SW) portion of Town
Did you know?
You can rent a Houseboat on the Erie Canal. Options to sleep 2, 4 or 6. See below #14 for more details. 
Fairport

Bars of Rochester

Explore Rochester Series

Abilene Bar and Lounge
153 Liberty Pole Way Roc
Rochester’s “Home of Roots” since 2008 is named after the Dave Alvin song (rather than the city in Texas). A live music venue with a nice outside deck (weather permitting). Sports reasonable drink prices. Upstairs Lounge Area is available to rent.
Bar Bantam
1 South Clinton Ave Roc
A spacious 2,100 sq. ft. all-day eatery providing chef-driven cuisine. Located in the lobby of the Metropolitan it has a sexy big city vibe. Hosts a “Patio Picnic” Summer Series with food and drink pairings served up outdoors.
Brick & Ivy
819 S. Clinton Ave. Roc
The name conveys a combo of masculine and female energies. Brick & Ivy has a nice ambiance and vibe that is perfect for a date night or an outing with friends. Located where the South Wedge and Swillburg neighborhoods meet.
Lux Lounge
666 South Ave. Roc
Located in the South Wedge neighborhood with an outdoor space. Hosts events like 80’s Night, Floorwax Dance Party, Friday Slap-Happy Hour, etc. See their website: 
Radio Social
20 Carlson Rd. Roc
Enjoy this recreational hub with 34 bowling lanes, lounge areas, a variety of indoor and outdoor games. Features a Middle-Eastern Restaurant, pizza counter, craft cocktail bar and whiskey bar.
Riot Room
350 East Ave. Roc
A bar smash room combo. In that, I mean a place to drink and to yield a sledgehammer and smash things. If you have some pent-up energy or want to host a unique event for a flat fee of $450 you can host 30 friends for a 90-min. car smash. See the website 
Rochester Beer Park
375 Averill Ave. Roc
This RV Park-themed bar in the South Wedge Neighborhood is a spacious, unique place to hang out and enjoy a beer and live music that feels like a perpetual summertime experience.
Side Bar
242 South Ave. Roc
A laid-back bar with outdoor patio space and hookah. Dubbed Rochester’s “Home to the world-famous loaded jerk chicken fries”. Have a cocktail and some soul food served up while listening to hip hop, reggae, and r&b for a unique experience.
Skylark Lounge
40 S. Union St. Roc
Serving up balls…meatballs that is! A three-step process ordered bar side. 1.Choose a style: The Balls+1 side, The Hero, or The Slider 2. Choose a ball: The Traditional, Tequila Pork Ball, The Spicy Chicken or The Veggie 3. Choose a Sauce: Classic Marinara, Parmesan Cream. Buffalo Sauce, Roasted Red Pepper, or Pesto. The word is they are delish as are the deep-fried mashed potatoes.
Swan Dive
289 Alexander St. Roc
Hosting an eye-popping retro-vibe that makes you feel like you’ve been transported to Miami in the 50’s. Beverages served for large groups in carafes or pitchers, a rotation of $10 cocktails and drafts offered from $4-$9. An Italian-inspired menu sports delicious pizza and fun items like a foot-long hotdog or double-decker burger and handmade mozzarella sticks.
Tapas177
177 St. Paul St. Roc
A unique welcoming experience serving up small plates or main course sizes. Beautiful atmosphere, Spanish music, and a great outdoor courtyard patio space to relax and unwind in.
The Angry Goat Pub
938 Clinton Ave. S. Roc
Enjoy pub food in a relaxed Swillburg neighborhood bar. Check out the website: 
The Beer Market
1401 Mt. Hope Ave. Roc
The Beer Market is part of the Beerhead franchise, with over 300 beers. It is a great place to sample a brew from another zip code, state, or foreign land. They also have small-batch
The Daily Refresher
293 Alexander St. Roc
Whiskey fans will enjoy the city’s largest selection here at a “vintage-chic cocktail spot” with unique upstairs/downstairs vibes.
The Spirit Room
139 State St. Roc
Embracing the weird and rich history of Rochester, The Spirit Room gives a nod to all the odd little-known facts of our city. Hosting: Poetry& Pie, impromptu jam sessions, performance art and Tarot card readings (provided on Wednesday nights).
The Vesper
1 Capron St Roc
Tucked away in the Washington Square Community in the historic Capron building you will find this Gastropub & Oyster Bar. A hidden gem boasting the best place for raw oysters in town.
Washington Square
Bars of Rochester

Brighton Neighborhoods

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

BRIGHTON 
Brighton is a top pick for anyone who wants quick access to the City of Rochester and museums, art galleries, shops, parks, bars and restaurants.
Brighton is a suburb in the Rochester area that allows walkability from many neighborhoods to the schools, shops, restaurants and businesses.
The geographical area consists of 15.6sq. miles.
It boarders: Rochester, Penfield, Henrietta, and Pittsford.
BRIGHTON NEIGHBORHOODS:
There are many beautiful neighborhoods that boast some of the prettiest architecture in the Rochester area and well-maintained homes in Brighton. Sidewalks allow for easy walkability and access to shopping, restaurants and businesses for the residents. Close proximity to the surrounding suburbs of Penfield, Henrietta and Pittsford allow for quick access to all that they have to offer as well.
I am including some detailed information in order to highlight some of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Brighton. You will find a diverse selection of homes in these neighborhood communities.
Ambassador/Sandringham:
Brighton has some of the most beautiful and prestigious addresses in the Rochester area.
East Avenue houses some of the best architecture around.
Many CEOs live in the Ambassador/Sandringham neighborhood.
These streets are a “can’t miss” when visiting Rochester.
Bel-Air Neighborhood:
The Bel-Air Neighborhood is shaped like a triangle, with one vertex at 
The subdivision is located between the major arteries of Winton Road, Highland Avenue, and Monroe Avenue, which form a ‘triangle’, and allow easy commuting to 
The subdivision, developed in the 1920’s, has 437 homes.
The older homes (many in Tudor or colonial style), mature trees, street lights and sidewalks give the neighborhood a serene, settled ambiance.
Brighton-Browncroft:
Brighton-Browncroft, originally known as “Browncroft Extension,” is the suburban expansion of the prestigious early 20th-century 
It is an architecturally eclectic 
Designed by the Landscape Architect Francis Hastings Gott, the neighborhood was opened for development to much fanfare in 1926. The magnificent 180’+ long double-arch Corwin Road Bridge was completed early the following year at immense cost.
By the advent of the Great Depression about 26 houses had been constructed, concentrated mainly on Windemere Road, Brookwood Road, and Browncroft Boulevard. The Brown Brother’s had speculated too brashly, developing the neighborhoods of Valley View, Humboldt Homes, and Orchard Park simultaneously with Browncroft Extension. The company went bankrupt by the early 1930s, with Charles Brown dying in 1933.
Between the depression and the end of WWII, only one home was built, until Theodore Jablonski bought the majority of the remaining lots in 1948 and built 75 modest sized ranch homes designed by the Buffalo architecture firm Highland and Highland. In addition to these more modest ranch homes, several mid-century modern homes were designed and built for wealthier clients by Rochester’s preeminent architects of the time.
Also located here is Grass Creek, a tributary of 
Evans Farm:
The Evans Farm neighborhood is located in south-central 
The neighborhood is generally bounded on the north by 
The Evans Farm neighborhood is sited on a tract of land that used to be a farmstead owned by the Evans family.
The housing tract was first developed in the late 1950’s and is comprised of just over 350 homes.
There is an active neighborhood association that sponsors several annual events and advocates for neighborhood interests.
The fine facilities of the Brighton Senior Center and Brighton Recreation are housed in the former Brookside School which is just off of Idlewood Rd.
Home Acres:
Home Acres is conveniently located. It is within easy walking and 
Home Acre consists of six streets:
Southern Pkway, Eastland Ave, Westland Ave, Edgemere Dr, Midland Dr, and Fonthill Park
Built primarily in the 1920s, Home Acres of 
The neighborhood is almost entirely residential, featuring a mix of architectural styles including colonial, Tudor, and Craftsman style homes, with sidewalks, distinctive lamp posts, and mature trees along the streets.
The Home Acres neighborhood association organizes several family-oriented events each year, publishes a newsletter and directory, and serves as a point of contact between local government and neighborhood members.
“Brighton’s first subdivision is known as “Home Acres”. The Southern Parkway/Eastland/Westland neighborhood has its origin in one of the town’s earliest families, the Cobbs (i.e. Cobb’s Hill). Gideon Cobb arrived from Vermont shortly before the war of 1812. He prospered as a farmer and a brick maker. In 1871, his son William sold almost 129 acres of land to George Ellwanger and Patrick Barry. The land become part of the cultivated “Ellwanger and Barry” Mount Hope Nursery and was for many years the largest horticultural establishment in the world.”
Houston Barnard Tract:
Located just north of 
Encircled by 
Houston Barnard was a local developer who built in Rochester, 
He favored the Tudor Revival style of architecture, focusing especially on the Cotswolds Cottage subset of Tudor.
A tour of the area will show you a plethora of mansions designed in this spectacular style. Some of the most expensive homes in the Rochester area are located here, particularly on Esplanade Drive.
The neighborhood is conveniently located as well, allowing for quick and easy access to both the 
The Northern most portion is known as the 
Houston Barnard Subdivision:
The Houston Barnard Subdivision is a 
It shares many characteristics with the larger neighborhood, consisting of many grand eclectic homes, including some mansions, built in the 1920s and ’30s and exhibiting diverse architectural styles.
It is practically within walking distance of city limits, in particular the 
This Brighton neighborhood was established by real estate developer Houston Barnard, who began purchasing and subdividing the area into fine residential neighborhoods, starting around 1918.
Barnard enforced the same restrictions here as he did in the main tract, to ensure high quality. He set a high minimum for house prices, laid out large lots, did not allow more than one outbuilding per site, and forbade apartment construction.
“This Brighton neighborhood was established by real estate developer Houston Barnard, who began purchasing and subdividing the area into fine residential neighborhoods, starting around 1918. A past Landmark Society tour visited the Houston Barnard Tract (Ambassador Drive, Sandringham, etc.) The current tour is in the “Houston Barnard Subdivision.” Barnard enforced the same restrictions here as he did in the main tract, to ensure high quality. He set a high minimum for house prices, laid out large lots, did not allow more than one outbuilding per site, and forbade apartment construction.”
MacFarlan Farms:
MacFarlan Farms is a residential neighborhood in suburban Brighton.
It was named for Daniel MacFarlan, who owned land on the north side of what is today Elmwood Avenue in the nineteenth century.
Most of the homes there today are Colonial styles built in the 1930s and ’40s, while Ashbourne has some interesting mid-century modern architecture.
The name is sometimes spelled “MacFarlane” but we went with what was written on the sign
Historic Brighton News (Winter 2010) – Article on Caple’s Tavern talks a bit about MacFarlan Farms.
Source – MacFarlan Farms – Rochester Wiki (rocwiki.org)
Meadowbrook:
Meadowbrook is a neighborhood in Brighton just southwest of the Twelve Corners.
It was developed in the 1920s and ’30s on what was then Buckland Farm, owned by the Kodak Employees Realty Corporation.
Formed in 1931, the neighborhood association was one of the first of its kind in the country. It is still active, promoting the neighborhood, hosting several annual events, running a contractor referral service, and publishing a newsletter.
The neighborhood has grown over the decades to include both contemporary and mid-century housing stock.
This neighborhood became somewhat infamous in 1951 when 15 of its homes were destroyed in the “Brighton Blast”, killing two Meadowbrook children.
The Brighton Memorial Library is within walking distance, right outside Meadowbrook’s borders.
Other Brighton Neighborhoods to explore are:
Barclay Square
Brighton Meadows
Brookside Neighborhood
Currewood Tract
Ellison Park Heights
Ferndale Manor Tract
Highland View Neighborhood
Lac de Ville Village
Monroe Meadows
Queen’s Colony
Roselawn
Viennawoods Neighborhood
Virginia Colony
West Brighton
Willowbend Neighborhood
Brighton Neighborhoods

Rochester, NY Restaurants

Explore Rochester Series

Whether you are visiting ROC or have out-of-town guests, on a date-night or just looking to try some place new —Rochester has a diverse assortment of restaurants to explore and enjoy. Get out there and get something great to eat
ALEXANDER |
La Casa Restaurant
A Mexican fusion cantina.
Ox and Stone
The restaurant setting is quite exquisite in a 1880’s mansion with a grand staircase, arched doorways and ceilings, intricate walnut woodwork and exposed brick. Enjoy Latin American and Spanish inspired dishes like tacos or paella and pair them with sangria, caipirinhas, margaritas or an exclusive craft cocktail.
Swan Dive
Be transported to a turquoise and pink wonderland as you sip an innovative craft cocktail and devour a delicious pizza or diner classics.
BROWNS-RACE |
La Luna Restaurant
A beautiful historic building perched on the Genesee River the balcony overlooks the High Falls.
CHARLOTTE |
Hose 22 Firehouse Grill
Enjoy a drink, a delicious meal, and memorabilia in a beautifully restored 1916 Firehouse.
CORN HILL |
Tony D’s
Thin crust pizza and Italian entrees enjoyed with a view of the river.
DOWNTOWN CITY CENTER |
Branca Midtown
A classy contemporary Italian eatery.
Dinosaur BBQ
BBQ served on the Genesee River in the heart of Rochester.
Genesee Brew House
Visiting ROC? This is a must-see destination.
Grappa Italian Nouveau
Modern Italian a great choice for a date-night.
Max of Eastman Place
Native Rochester
Locally-sourced New-Age American fare in a lovely setting in the City close to Geva Theater.
Original Grain
Healthy Smoothies +Bowls, Toasts, Green/Grain/Noodle Bowls and Matcha Tea
Pane Vino on the River
Enjoy a delicious Italian feast with a view of the river.
Redd
Chef Richard Reddington created a Napa-inspired menu at the old 2Vine.
Tapas 177 Lounge 
Serving up vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free dishes.
The Mercantile on Main
A curated collection of food in the Sibley building has 7 kitchen vendors.
The Vesper
Gastropub and Oyster Bar in the historic Capron Building.
Tournedos Steakhouse
Serving up every kind of steak you could dream of.
EAST AVE |
Bubble Fusion
An Asian-inspired café.
Char Steak & Lounge
Serving in style at the Strathallen Hotel and Spa.
Morgan’s Cereal Ba
Jerry Seinfeld would love this-family-friendly and fun spot.
Ristorante Lucano
Italian fare served up in a casual setting.
Spot Coffee
Hip local café located in an old Chevrolet dealership.
Veneto Wood Fired Pizza & Pasta
Classic Italian entrees and pizza.
MONROE AVE |
Han Noodle Bar
The best Chinese and Asian served up in Rochester.
Rella
Serving up a diverse cuisine with fresh ingredients and attention to detail.
Rocco
Cozy eatery with fresh Italian dishes.
The Owl House
Don’t judge a book by it’s cover…it’s what’s inside that counts-Yum!
NOTA |
Brown Hound Downtown
A bakery and bistro found at the Memorial Art Gallery.
Edibles Restaurant
A bistro focused on local, organic fare.
Fiamma Centro
Authentic Italian served in style.
Good Luck
Serving up a wide-array of delectable dishes.
Lento
Upscale fare made from local meats and produce.
Nosh 
Enjoy delicious dishes and check out this restored factory’s industrial-chic interior.
Old Pueblo Grill
Excellent Mexican street food in a hip casual spot.
Polizzi’s
A wide-assortment of cuisine served up in a comfortable setting.
Radio Social
Grab a bite and have some fun while your at it.
Salena’s Mexican Restaurant 
Authentic Mexican served up in a fun atmosphere.
The Gate House 
Creative fare in a comfortable, casual setting.
The Revelry
Lowcountry cuisine and craft cocktails served up in a rustic-chic setting.
PARK AVE |
Blu Wolf Bistro
Live music, comfort food in a hip casual setting.
Park Ave Pub
Upscale dining with a cozy neighborhood-feel.
ROAM Café
Cozy spot for brunch on the Avenue.
Roux
Trendy setting for French Quarter Cuisine.
Sinbad’s
Serving up delicious Mediterranean cuisine.
The Frog Pond
A cozy spot for great food any time of day.
The Red Fern
Casual setting serving up healthy cuisine.
PUBLIC MARKET |
Bitter Honey
Serving up tacos and tequila.
Cure
French cuisine and craft cocktails.
Florella
Woodfire pizzas and homemade pasta dishes.
Juan and Maria’s Empanada Stop
A local favorite for empanadas.
Velvet Belly
Serving up cocktails and seafood.
SOUTHWEDGE |
McCann’s Local Meat
Locally sourced butcher shop with prepared food and a café.
Nappa Wood Fired Pizzeria & Bistro
Enjoy a delicious pizza and salad on the large outdoor patio.
Rooney’s Restaurant
Hidden down a residential street; you’ll find an expensive upscale menu waiting for you.
Tap & Mallet
Craft beer and pub food in a comfy setting.
The Cub Room
For a fun change of pace check out Spanish Night on Paella Thursday’s.
The Old Stone Tavern 
A neighborhood tavern serving up pub food.
Rochester, NY Restaurants

Brighton, NY

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

Brighton is the number one suburb in my series of
#1-BRIGHTON: 
A+ Overall
A+ Public Schools
Population: 36,272
Median Home Value: $184,600 National $217,500
Median Rent: $1,049 National: $1,062
Rent 45% vs Own 55%
Crime Rating: B
Diversity: A
Median Household Income: $75,807 National $62, 843
THINGS TO DO IN BRIGHTON:
Brighton Farmer’s Market
Every Sunday Morning a wide-array of vendors are on-site with fresh organic produce and local handmade products located at Brighton High School.
12 Corners:
Twelve Corners is where Elmwood Avenue, Monroe Avenue, and South Winton Road intersect each other pairwise, forming a triangle island, and twelve corners.
Easily accessible from many neighborhoods, the Twelve Corners Middle School and Brighton High School you can walk to: 12 Corners Plaza and Brighton Commons
Some local favorites in this area are: Abbott’s Frozen Custard, Brownstein’s Deli and Bakery
On the Monroe Avenue corridor you’ll find a wide array of salons, shops, bakeries and restaurants like
12 Corners
BrownStein’s Deli & Bakery
Lipman’s Kosher Market
Grinnell’s
Max’s Chophouse
Jewish Community Center:
The
JCC
Brighton Recreation and Parks Department:
The Recreation Department offers a diverse range of 
Brighton Recreation Department
Parks and Country Clubs:
Brighton offers a wide-array of parks like 
Just adjacent to Brighton you’ll find Cobbs Hill Park with a great walking trail that offers one of the best views of the city of Rochester.
Genesee Valley Park located along the eastern bank of the Genesee River, and Highland Park an Olmsted designed park that is home to Rochester’s Lilac Festival.
Country Club of Rochester, Oak Hill Country Club, Locust Hill Country Club and Irondequoit Country Club are highly rated private clubs in the area.
Ellison Park
Ellison Park
Country Club of Rochester
Country Club of Rochester
Oak Hill Country Club
Oak Hill Country Club
Irondequoit Country Club
Irondequoit Country Club
Brighton, NY

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

Here is our list of the TOP 12 Suburbs of Rochester, NY:
#1-Brighton
#2-Fairport
#3-Pittsford
#4-Mendon
#5-Webster
#6-Honeoye Falls
#7-Victor
#8-Spencerport
#9-Penfield
#10-Irondequoit
#11-Brockport
#12-Greece
#1-BRIGHTON:
A+ overall
A+ Public Schools
Population: 36,272
Median Home Value: $184,600 National $217,500
Median Rent: $1,049 National: $1,062
Rent 45% vs Own 55%
Crime Rating: B
Diversity: A
Median Household Income: $75,807 National $62, 843
#2-FAIRPORT:
A+ overall
A+ Public Schools
Population: 5,349
Median Home Value: $183,400 National $217,500
Median Rent: $998 National: $1,062
Rent 28% vs Own 72%
Crime Rating: B-
Diversity: B-
Median Household Income: $71,890 National $62, 843
#3-PITTSFORD:
A+ overall
A+ Public Schools
Population: 29,410
Median Home Value: $277,900 National $217,500
Median Rent: $1,248 National: $1,062
Rent 14% vs Own 86%
Crime Rating: –
Diversity: B
Median Household Income: $123,625 National $62, 843
#4-MENDON:
A+ overall
A Public Schools
Population: 9,203
Median Home Value: $254,100 National $217,500
Median Rent: $958 National: $1,062
Rent 21% vs Own 79%
Crime Rating: –
Diversity: B-
Median Household Income: $105, 875 National $62, 843
#5-WEBSTER:
A overall
A Public Schools
Population: 44,522
Median Home Value: $189,400 National $217,500
Median Rent: $1,086 National: $1,062
Rent 25% vs Own 75%
Crime Rating: B
Diversity: B
Median Household Income: $81,329 National $62, 843
#6-HONEOYE FALLS:
A overall
A Public Schools
Population: 2,759
Median Home Value: $171,500 National $217,500
Median Rent: $871 National: $1,062
Rent 44% vs Own 56%
Crime Rating: –
Diversity: B-
Median Household Income: $68, 864 National $62, 843
#7-VICTOR:
A overall
A Public Schools
Population: 14,877
Median Home Value: $288,500 National $217,500
Median Rent: $1,327 National: $1,062
Rent 18% vs Own 82%
Crime Rating: –
Diversity: B-
Median Household Income: $98,793 National $62, 843
#8-SPENCERPORT:
A overall
B+ Public Schools
Population: 3,671
Median Home Value: $152,800 National $217,500
Median Rent: $865 National: $1,062
Rent 31% vs Own 69%
Crime Rating: –
Diversity: B-
Median Household Income: $70,208 National $62, 843
#9-PENFIELD:
A- overall
A Public Schools
Population: 37, 252
Median Home Value: $208,400 National $217,500
Median Rent: $986 National: $1,062
Rent 17% vs Own 83%
Crime Rating: –
Diversity: B
Median Household Income: $84,916 National $62, 843
#10-IRONDEQUOIT:
A- overall
B Public Schools
Population: 50,302
Median Home Value: $123,800 National $217,500
Median Rent: $909 National: $1,062
Rent 22% vs Own 78%
Crime Rating: C+
Diversity: B+
Median Household Income: $62,225 National $62, 843
#11-BROCKPORT:
B+ overall
B+ Public Schools
Population: 8,292
Median Home Value: $113,800 National $217,500
Median Rent: $805 National: $1,062
Rent 56% vs Own 44%
Crime Rating: C+
Diversity: B-
Median Household Income: $40,083 National $62, 843
#12-GREECE:
B overall
B Public Schools
Population: 95,088
Median Home Value: $135,500 National $217,500
Median Rent: $982 National: $1,062
Rent 30% vs Own 70%
Crime Rating: C+
Diversity: B+
Median Household Income: $63,113 National $62, 843
Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester
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