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Rochester Median House Sales Price = $63,250
Rochester Median Mortgage Payment = $1,630
Rochester Median Real Estate Taxes = 3.0%
Rochester’s Density Per Mile = 7,996
Rochester Median Dwelling Age = 71 years old
Rochester Number of Homes Built in last 10 years = 0
Rochester Number of Homes Built in last 15 years = 10
Rochester has an Annual Residential Turnover of 19.8%
The Average Rochester Homeowner lives in their Home for 3.05 years.
Rochester’s Population Growth since 2000 = 17%
Rochester, NY was settled in 1797 & established in 1834.
Rochester, New York, covers an area of 37.1 square miles. Rochester has the Strong Museum of Play. Rochester offers quick and easy access to everywhere in Monroe County.
It is a city full of lively events and festivals with a population estimated in 2010 to be more than 15,767. According to 2010 estimates, the median annual household income level was over $31,383 for Rochester residents.
The school district serving the city is the Rochester City School District. There are public high schools (East, Monroe, Art & Tech High School), public middle schools (No.9, No.16, No.53) and elementary schools (No.9, No.16, No.20, No.9, No.16, No.20). The following colleges are located in the Town of Rochester University of Rochester, Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School, Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations (satellite), Ithaca College's Department of Physical Therapy (satellite).
There are a number of varied attractions and destinations in Rochester, NY including the Rochester Historical Society, George Eastman House, University Business Center, Museum of Arts, Kirkhaven, Pillars Adult Care Facility, Wesley Gardens Nursing Home, Rochester Public Library Monroe Branch, Rochester Museum and Science Center, Strong Museum, Strasenburgh Planetarium, Rochester Fire Department Engine 1, Rochester Fire Department Truck 4, Susan B Anthony House, Landmark Society of Western New York, Hervey Ely House, Campbell Whittlesey House, Northwest Rochester Senior Center, Rochester Public Library Phyllis Wheatley Branch, Rochester Fire Department Engine 13, Unity Living Center, Rochester Public Library Arnett Branch, Rochester Fire Department Engine 7, Rochester Fire Department Truck 5, Rochester Public Library Maplewood Community Library, and Rochester Presbyterian Home.
The following parks are located in Rochester: Jones Square, Teoronto Block Historic District, Anthony Square, Maplewood Park, and Edgerton Park.
Corn Hill Arts Festival - www.cornhillartsfestival.com
Park Ave Festival - www.park-avenue.org/park-ave-summer-art-fest.html
Rochester Public Market - Tues/Thurs 6am-1pm year-round - Saturdays 5am-3pm year-round - 280 N. Union
Monroe Village Farmers Market - Wednesday 4pm – 7pm - June to October - Blessed Sacrament Church
Southwedge Farmers Market - Thursday 4pm-7pm - June to October - Boulder Coffee Co. - 100 Alexander St
Westside Farmers Market - Tuesday 4pm – 7:30pm - 34 Monica St.
Rochester Central School District Link: http://www.rcsdk12.org
Rochester Town Link: http://www.cityofrochester.gov
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