Winter, spring, summer and fall, Rochester is loaded with fun things to do and see …festivals, shopping, entertainment, art and culture. Our city is consistently ranked highly on national “quality of life” lists. We’ve got exciting neighborhoods. Great people. And great old homes – at crazy affordable prices.
This is the first entry in a new series for anyone looking to move into the area, or anyone who may be growing tired of renting. RochesterSubway.com
has teamed up with realtor Rich Tyson will happily team up with ANY realtor or homeowner to highlight home buying opportunities in the City of Rochester.
Let’s check out 26 Marion Street in the very walkable North Winton Village…
North Winton Village is nestled between the Beechwood and Browncroft neighborhoods in the city’s southeast quadrant and borders Irondequoit to the north. This neighborhood features some local hot spots. Long time neighbors like Captain Jim’s, The Winton Road Branch Library, The Wintonaire, Mayer Hardware, Remingtons and Balsam Bagels, along with new comers like Luvaboos, Paternico’s, Tryon Bike and Fahsye.
Street lights, sidewalks for taking a stroll, thriving businesses, Rochester’s newest Wegmans, and 82 acres of wilderness with Tryon Park in your back yard make this a desirable portion of our community to call home.
“The North Winton Village has been a wonderful neighborhood to live and do business in for the past 40 years. A committed neighborhood organization, several businesses, and welcoming neighbors have kept the area one of the best in Rochester.” – Tom Green, Owner of Mayer Hardware
“I chose to open my business in NWV after having lived in the neighborhood. The central location within greater Rochester and access to 490 and 590 make it easy to get to… and there is an awesome feeling of community here.” – Fon Sakulsurarat, Founder of Fahsye
Housing stock in North Winton Village offers a little something for everyone with the median sales price for a 3 bedroom 1 bath home over the past 6 months at right about $100,000. The majority of those homes were built pre-WWII, so many offer period details and hardwood floors throughout.
“My wife and I had both rented in the city, but when we moved here 10 years ago, we weren’t specifically looking to stay in the area. But after looking at a home in North Winton Village we were amazed by the craftsmanship. It was a nicer home than we could afford in the suburbs, and the neighbors were so friendly… We’ve also come to appreciate its walkable village atmosphere of cool shops, restaurants, and bars.” – Brian Halligan, 10 year resident of North Winton Village
Here is a 1920’s foursquare style home for sale at 26 Marion Street in the North Winton Village. This is a 3 Bedroom / 1.5 Bathroom, with updated kitchen and tons of charm listed at $99,900…
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