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Brighton Median House Sales Price = $146,833
Brighton Median Mortgage Payment = $1,544
Brighton Median Real Estate Taxes = 3.0%
Brighton’s Density Per Mile = 3768
Brighton Median Dwelling Age = 49 years old
Brighton Number of Homes Built in last 10 years = 372
Brighton Number of Homes Built in last 15 years = 867
Brighton has an Annual Residential Turnover of 16.9%
The Average Brighton Homeowner lives in their Home for 3.74 years.
Brighton’s Population Growth since 2000 = 0%
Settled in 1790 & Established in 1814 Brighton’s name originated from the town of “Brighton England” and started as a farming and brick making town. Brighton is known as one of the oldest towns in Monroe County.
Brighton, New York, covers an area of 15.5 square miles and borders downtown Rochester’s South & Southeast sides. Brighton has the highest percentage of residence with a Bachelors Degree or higher @ over 60%. Being located at the center of Monroe County Brighton offers quick and easy access to everywhere in Rochester. It is a culturally diverse community with a population estimated in 2010 to be more than 60,712. According to 2010 estimates, the median annual household income level was over $85,006 for Brighton residents.
School districts serving the town include Brighton School District, Pittsford School District, Penfield School District & Rush-Henrietta School District. There is 1 public high school (Brighton High School), 1 public middle school (Twelve Corners) and 2 elementary schools (Council Rock & French Road also called FRES by locals). The following colleges are located in the Town of Brighton Monroe Community College, Medaille College (satellite).
There are a number of varied attractions and destinations in Brighton, NY. There is Rochester Country Club, Stone Tolan House, Carlson Park, Blossom Health Care Center, The Friendly Home, WROC - TV 8, Brighton Fire Department Station 3, Saint John Fisher College Golf Course, Locust Hill Country Club, Country Club of Rochester, Growney Stadium, Alumni Terrace, Natapow Quadrangle, Golden Flyer Stadium, Meridan Centre, Crossbridge Office Park, Cambridge Place Corporate Center, Brighton Meadows Business Park, Brighton Corners Office Park, Allens Creek Office Park, Oak Hill Country Club, Locust Hill Country Club, Irondequoit Country Club, Elizabeth George Hall, Golisano Academic Center, Anna Portka Hall, Lyons Hall, Mount Hope Cemetery, Monroe County Parks Arboretum, Ellwanger Garden, Warner Castle, Rochester Science Park, Monroe Community Hospital, Mount Hope Professional Building, Goler House, Arthur Kornberg Medical Research Building, Helen Wood Hall, Slater Hall, Munro Hall, Kendrick Hall, Gale Hall, Fairchild Hall, Chambers Hall, Arbor Hill Care Center, Rochester Public Library Highland Branch, Rochester Fire Department Engine 8. It is also home to Best Volvo, and Harris Corp RF Communications. Lake Riley, Cobbs Hill Reservoir, East Branch Allen Creek, and West Brook are also located in Brighton.
The following parks are located in Brighton Cobbs Hill, Dugan Yard, and Highland Park.
The following shopping is located in Brighton Twelve Corners Plaza Shopping Center, Pittsford Place Mall Shopping Center, Pittsford Colony Plaza Shopping Center, & Clover Commons Shopping Center.
Brighton Farmers Market – May thru October Sundays 9am - 1pm in the High School Parking Lot 1150 Winton Rd. S. Brighton. (585) 241-0088.
2019 Winter Farmers Market –Nov. thru April
Brighton Central School District Link: www.bcsd.org
Brighton Town Link: http://www.townofbrighton.org
Brighton Farmers Market: www.brightonfarmersmarket.org
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