Historic Maplewood

196 Alameda Street
196 Alameda Street

Elegance and Charm

306 Rosedale Street
The elegance and charm of early 20th century architecture are captured in this Colonial Revival style home, built in 1910, at 306 Rosedale Street. The grand front porch with its six stately round columns spans the front of the home and is the perfect place to sit and relax drinking lemonade or iced coffee on Rochester's warm summer days.

A Lakeview Terrace Treasure!

6 Lakeview Terrace
6 Lakeview Terrace

The House that Grew

30 Washington Street
30 Washington Street

25 Bengal Terrace

Set against the backdrop of Cobbs Hill on the city's east side, Bengal Terrace is a quiet street where residents enjoy the surroundings of one of Rochester's many parks. Here, historic street lamps line the street and mature trees grace many lots.

A Charming Colonial in the Strong Neighborhood

75 Irvington Road
75 Irvington Road

Cozy Comfort in the 19th Ward

518 Post Avenue
518 Post Avenue

21 Mendon-Ionia Road

Perfection in Cobblestone
Perfection in Cobblestone

301 Canterbury Road

Elegance on Canterbury
Elegance on Canterbury

501 Lakeview Park

Charming Maplewood Neighborhood Home I stepped into this charming 1915 American Foursquare style house at 501 Lakeview Park on a sunny afternoon and light was dancing through prism and stained glass windows.

215 Crosman Terrace

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Drive down Crosman Terrace, located in the Upper Monroe Neighborhood, and you will be delighted to experience one of the city’s most attractive early 20th century residential streets. Its name is linked to the Crosman Seed Company, which was founded nearby on Monroe Avenue in 1838 by Charles Frederick Crosman.

65 Laurelton

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A Lovely Laurelton Foursquare After World War I, Americans turned to simpler architectural styles.

44 Alameda Street

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44 Alameda Street, Maplewood Alameda is one great street.

248 South Landing Road

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A Smooth Landing In 1817 Matthew Dryer brought his family from Rehobeth, Massachusetts, to a small arm house near Rattlesnake Springs in newly created town of Brighton.

399 Wellington Avenue

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An Exquisite 19th Ward Home Southwest Rochester's 19th Ward is well known for its carefully maintained and finely detailed early 20th century houses.

124 Parkside Avenue

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A wonderful city house On a sunny, absolutely gorgeous late summer morning, I found my way to Parkside Avenue, a lovely, quiet street that runs “behind” Webster Park near the intersection of Webster Avenue and Bay Street on the city’s northeast side.

110 Pelham Road

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An English Cottage at a Grand Scale Built in 1924 for Elizabeth Oviatt, this charming residence is one of seven houses on Pelham Road in Brighton designed by architect Ward Wellington Ward.

1932 Clinton Avenue North

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A Well-Designed Cape Cod Since the late 1600s there have been Cape Cod houses in America, spreading from Massachusetts, where they originated, across the country, achieving perhaps their greatest popularity after 1945, when new suburbs filled with the practical one-and-a-half story houses.

211 Culver Road

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In the Mediterranean Style The freshly painted gold stucco and trim of the Mediterranean style house at 211 Culver Road immediately catches one’s eye.

2865 St. Paul Blvd.

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Stucco and Spanish Tile on St. Paul The stretch of St. Paul Blvd. just north of the City of Rochester, after the Seneca Park Zoo and heading towards Lake Ontario, is replete with examples of unique, extravagant mansions built in the early twentieth century.

320 Barrington Street

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Gracious Park Avenue Property As you enter the ivy filled yard, open the front door and walk through the house and garden, you are taken in by every detail from the newly refinished floors to the wall colors to the garden that invites you to sit. This gracious house is more than ready to move in.

92 Martha Street

ENJOY VILLAGE LIFE IN SPENCERPORT This home at 92 Martha Street in the village of Spencerport looks deceptively small from the outside.

951 Park Avenue

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Strolling Rochester's Park Avenue on a warm summers day is an experience that can include dining at one of the area's many fine sidewalk cafes and admiring the elegant homes that line the meandering street. The Park Avenue neighborhood is one of the places most sought after by hardworking young families who wish to live in the City of Rochester.

113 Linden Street

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A Lovely South Wedge Foursquare The South Wedge is one of Rochester’s oldest neighborhoods.

377 Seneca Parkway

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Tradition, Grace and Craftsmanship Seneca Parkway, one of Rochester’s most picturesque streets, features graceful homes on expansive lots facing a beautiful tree-lined median.

21 Delaware Street

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A Place for Art The Neighborhood of the Arts (NOTA) is a vibrant community on the city’s east side.

330 Aberdeen

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Colonial Revival Charm Situated on a curved corner opposite Aberdeen Square Park, 330 Aberdeen exudes charm from the curb.

3054 Main Street

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Overlooking the beautiful Genesee Valley, this spectacular property is notable for its handsome 1827 brick home, an award-winning vineyard, a trout pond, and lovely gardens, all on 5.5 landscaped acres. The property, located on Rt.

37 Magee Avenue

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Gracious City Living: 37 Magee Avenue Magee Avenue is a broad city street in the historic Maplewood neighborhood, with a wonderful variety of very well cared for and architecturally interesting homes.

94 Bellevue Drive

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Style and Flexibility in Ellwanger Barry Architect C. Storrs Barrows designed the 1927 Stucco Tudor for Dr. John R. Slater, a University of Rochester Professor.

5169 PreEmption Road

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Finger Lakes Quintessential The view from the backyard of this cobblestone house, across fields of grapes and fruit trees with Seneca Lake as the backdrop, captures the essence of the Finger Lakes.

1920 Culver Road

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A HOME DESIGNED BY THOMAS BOYDE As shown by 1920 Culver Road, architect Thomas Boyde designed houses that people and families could live in with grace and comfort.

120 Crossman Terrace

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“A Unique Opportunity in Upper Monroe” Enjoy the Upper Monroe neighborhood of Rochester on a deeper level as you walk along historic Crosman Terrace, a street filled with houses as beautiful as the old growth trees that surround them.

29 Girard Street

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At Home in the ABC Streets: 29 Girard Strolling east of Park Avenue’s restaurants, cafes and shops, one encounters the quiet ABC streets of Park Avenue: Audubon, Beverly, Calumet, etc. In this pleasant neighborhood stands the gray and white American Foursquare at 29 Girard Street.

160 Maybrooke Road

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A Mid-Century Modern Gem Designed by architects Highland & Highland and built by Fred R. DeBlase in 1953 as the Carefree House, 160 Maybrooke Road retains a great deal of its original detail, character, and even some original furnishings designed specifically for the house.

117 Rugby Avenue

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117 Rugby Avenue: A Classic 19th Ward Home Exquisite decorative hand-carved woodwork, stained glass, leaded glass, and hardwood floors are all architectural delights that instantly catch the eye upon entering 117 Rugby Avenue of Southwest Rochester’s 19th Ward neighborhood.

179 Cobbs Hill Drive

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Tucked Behind the Hill Most residents of Rochester's Eastern neighborhoods have become accustomed to the iconic views of Cobbs Hill's western face, with it's tree-covered slope, extensive urban park, and Lake Riley.

130 Dorchester Road

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A Classic Colonial in the Browncroft Neighborhood The Browncroft Neighborhood, located on the eastern edge of the city, was the vision of nurseryman C. J. Brown.

1160 Routes 5 and 20 in Seneca

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Cobblestone Masterpiece Town of Seneca Chartered in 1799 as the First Great Western Turnpike, the nearly 400-mile-long highway known as State Route 20 features some of the most outstanding architecture in New York State.

10 Riverside St.

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Buy Yourself a Present in Historic Maplewood The home at 10 Riverside St. in Historic Maplewood will celebrate its 100th birthday in about seven years.

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