Brighton, NY

Top 12 Suburbs of Rochester

Brighton, NY
Brighton is the number one suburb in my series of the top 12 suburbs of Rochester. Brighton is conveniently located on the southeastern border of the city of Rochester. Penfield, East Rochester, Pittsford, and Henrietta border Brighton on the other sides.
#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 where there are stores, restaurants and shops to check out.
Some local favorites in this area are: Abbott’s Frozen Custard, Brownstein’s Deli and Bakery and Core Life.
On the Monroe Avenue corridor you’ll find a wide array of salons, shops, bakeries and restaurants like Lipman’s Kosher Market and Chen Garden and fine dining at Grinnell’s and Max Chophouse.
12 Corners
12 Corners
BrownStein’s Deli & Bakery
BrownStein’s Deli & Bakery
Lipman’s Kosher Market
Lipman’s Kosher Market
Grinnell’s
Grinnell’s
Max’s Chophouse
Max’s Chophouse
Jewish Community Center:
The JCC is a popular spot. A state-of-art facility providing: Fitness and Aquatics, Art and Culture, Children’s Center, Camp, Programs and Events.
JCC
JCC
Brighton Recreation and Parks Department:
The Recreation Department offers a diverse range of activities and classes for all ages.
Brighton Recreation Department
Brighton Recreation Department
Parks and Country Clubs:
Brighton offers a wide-array of parks like Crittenden Park and Ellison Park.
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
Ellison Park
Ellison Park
Country Club of Rochester
Country Club of Rochester
Country Club of Rochester
Country Club of Rochester
Oak Hill Country Club
Oak Hill Country Club
Oak Hill Country Club
Oak Hill Country Club
Irondequoit Country Club
Irondequoit Country Club
Irondequoit Country Club
Irondequoit Country Club

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