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Henrietta Median House Sales Price = $134,650
Henrietta Median Mortgage Payment = $1,315
Henrietta Median Real Estate Taxes = 2.6%
Henrietta’s Density Per Mile = 1089
Henrietta Median Dwelling Age = 29 years old
Henrietta Number of Homes Built in last 10 years = 884
Henrietta Number of Homes Built in last 15 years = 2075
Henrietta has an Annual Residential Turnover of 22.6%
The Average Henrietta Homeowner lives in their Home for 3.32 years.
Henrietta’s Population Growth since 2000 = 15%
Henrietta was settled in 1790 & established in 1818. Henrietta was named after Henrietta Laura Pulteney, Countess of Bath in Great Britain. Her father Sir William Pulteney, 5th Baronet, was a major British investor from the Pulteney Association who owned the land that became the town. Henrietta Pulteney never visited the town.
Henrietta, New York, covers an area of 35.6 square miles and is 7.4 miles South of downtown Rochester. Henrietta has the Marketplace Mall.
Located at the center of Monroe County, Henrietta offers quick and easy access to everywhere in Rochester.
It is a bustling community with a population estimated in 2010 to be more than 47,118. According to 2010 estimates, the median annual household income level was over $65,876 for Henrietta residents.
School district serving the town is the Rush-Henrietta School District. There are public high schools (Nineth Grade Academy, Rush Henrietta), 2 public middle school (Roth, Burger) and 2 elementary schools (Leary, Sherman). The following colleges are located in the Town of Henrietta Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and Bryant & Stratton College.
There are a number of varied attractions and destinations in Henrietta, NY including the Henrietta Station, Executive South Family Golf Center, Matthews Farms, Barker Farms, Summit Point Business Centre, Brentland Woods Adult Care Facility, Henrietta Senior Center, Henrietta Public Library, Henrietta Town Hall, Riverton Oaks Golf Course, West Henrietta Station, Scottsville Rest Stop, University Park of Rochester, Thruway Industrial Park , Winton Place Shopping Center, West Brighton Plaza Shopping Center, The Commons Shopping Center, Suburban Plaza Shopping Center, Southview Commons Shopping Center, South Town Plaza Shopping Center, Scutti Plaza South Shopping Center, Scutti Plaza North Shopping Center, Jefferson Plaza Shopping Center, Westfall, Genesee Valley Park Golf Course, County Fairgrounds, Townline Business Center, Genesee Valley Regional Market, Corporate Woods, Canal View Office Park, Southtown Industrial Park, Rochester Henrietta Planned Industrial Park, Metro Industrial Park, John Bailey High Tech Centre, Crossroads Building, L Slaughter Center For Integrated Manufacturing Study, Bausch And Lomb Visitor Center, Chester F Carlson Image Science Center, Center For Bioscience Education And Technology, Laboratory For Applied Computing, Lyndon Baines Johnson Building, Alexander G Bell Hall, Peter Paterson Hall. It is also home to Deep Pond, Devils Bathtub, Hundred Acre Pond, Red Creek, and Black Creek. The following parks are located in Henrietta Veterans Memorial Park and Genesee Valley Park.
12h Annual Civil War Days - Tinker Nature Park - 1525 Calkins Rd
Tinker Nature Park Field Day - 1525 Calkins Rd - August 13
Harvest Festival - Tinker Nature Park - 1525 Calkins Rd
Henrietta Central School District Link: http://www.rhnet.org
Henrietta Town Link: http://www.henrietta.org
Vacant, wooded land accessible from Brighton Henrietta Town Line Rd and West Henrietta Rd. Not yet Developed. Refer to TN or Brighton Chapter 203 District Use Regulations...