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Rush Median House Sales Price = $173,000
Rush Median Mortgage Payment = $1,844
Rush Median Real Estate Taxes = 2.4%
Rush’s Density Per Mile = 114
Rush Median Dwelling Age = 34 years old
Rush Number of Homes Built in last 10 years = 13
Rush Number of Homes Built in last 15 years = 157
Rush has an Annual Residential Turnover of 9.7%
The Average Rush Homeowner lives in their Home for 6.06 years.
Rush’s Population Growth since 2000 = -3%
Rush was established in 1818.
Rush, New York, covers an area of 30.7 square miles and is 14.6 miles S of downtown Rochester. Rush is home to the Lehigh Valley Trail.
Located in the southern end of Monroe County, Rush offers quick and easy access to the south side of Rochester.
It is a quaint community with a population estimated in 2010 to be more than 2,782. According to 2010 estimates, the median annual household income level was over $99,089 for Rush residents.
The school district serving the town is the Rush-Henrietta School District. There are public high schools(Nineth Grade Academy, Vollmer Learning Center, Rush Henrietta High School), public middle schools (Roth, Burger) and elementary schools (Leary, Crane, Fyle, Sherman, Winslow).
There are a number of varied attractions and destinations in Rush, NY including the Industry, Thunder Ridge Country Club, Wildwood Country Club, Winmark Office Park, Southern Meadows Executive Golf Course, Rush Mendon Senior Center, Rush Public Library, New York Museum of Transportation, Rochester and Genesee Valley Railroad Museum, and Rush Fire Department.
It is also home to Rush Reservoir.
Rush Community Farmers Market - Thursday 3pm- 6:30pm Mid June – November United Methodist Church
Rush Central School District Link: http://www.rhnet.org
Rush Town Link: http://townofrush.com