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Should you buy a mobile in Rochester, NY? Here's everything you need to know.

If you are considering a move to New York State, but don’t want to commit to the prices and hassle of living in a huge metropolis like New York City, maybe you should
buy a mobile home in Rochester, NY. Rochester has a thriving arts, culture and entertainment scene, as well as high employment and a thriving research industry.

In this article, we’ll look at the places you might find the perfect Rochester New York Mobile Home for sale, as well as what parts of the city you might enjoy living in. We’ll look at Rochester’s geography and climate, the demographics of its population, and also what people in Rochester do for fun.

History of Rochester

History of Rochester

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The region that would become Rochester, NY was the territory of the Seneca Tribe until it was given over to the US via treaty in 1797. Rochester was founded shortly after the conclusion of the American revolution, primarily by immigrants from other parts of New England. Those interested in buying a mobile home in Rochester, NY might be surprised how quickly the city has grown. Rochesterville, as it was then known, had a population of just 15 in 1811. It had become the seat of government for Monroe County by 1821, when it had swelled to around 2,500 residents. By 1838 it was the largest flour producer in the US, and had doubled its population in less than a decade. After the Civil war, the city was heavily industrialized.

Rochester Genessee Falls New York

Things to do in Rochester

Things to do in Rochester

Rochester Lilac Festival Highland Park New York

Anyone interested in Rochester, NY land will want to know what to do for fun, as well. The East End is the hub of the city’s nightlife, and many of the city’s most popular bars, coffee shops, lounges and nightclubs can be found there. Another burgeoning nightlife hub can be found just south of Downtown, in “the Wedge,” which is popular with both students and young professionals.

Rochester is also famous for its parklands and outdoorsy activities, centered around places like Durand Eastman Park, Cobb’s Hill, Highland Park, Seneca Park and Ontario Beach. The annual Lilac Festival in May is not to be missed. Other festivals of note include the Rochester International Jazz Festival (among the largest in America), the 360 365 Film Festival, the Rochester Fringe Festival and the Corn Hill Arts Festival.

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Location

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Location

Rochester is located in Upstate New York, on the southern shore of Lake Ontario. It is roughly 250 miles northwest of New York City. Anyone buying a mobile home in Rochester, NY, should be aware that being that close to Canada, the winters get cold. Rochester has a line of hills that were carved by the same advancing glaciers which created Lake Ontario in the Pleistocene Epoch, but its most relevant feature is probably the fertile Genesee River Valley, which bisects the city. Before you begin buying mobile homes in Rochester, consider what kind of neighborhood you want to live in. Is easy access to great primary and secondary schools more important than proximity to a university? Is shopping more of an issue than an easy commute? Each part of the city has something unique to offer. Rochester Neighborhoods Homestead Heights If you are thinking about buying a mobile home in Rochester, NY, Homestead Heights might be an ideal location. It is a largely residential area in the northeast of the town, next to the suburb of Irondequoit. It is not far from scenic Irondequoit Bay, and is a great place to live inside the city but still has a big yard or garden. Swillburg The Swillburg neighborhood is a great place to find mobile homes in Rochester. It claims the Field Street Elementary School – one of the best in the city – and boasts one of the higher owner-occupied home ratios in the city as well. The neighborhood itself describes a wedge between Field Street, South Clinton Avenue and I-490. This gives it easy access to both downtown Rochester and many of its suburbs. Susan B. Anthony The Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood and Preservation District is a great place to find well-reserved historic Rochester, NY mobile homes for sale. It is within easy walking distance of the Downtown commercial hub, but also has its own commercial and industrial areas. It is centered around Susan B. Anthony Square and its large park. It also houses a museum dedicated to Anthony, which had been her residence in the city. Charlotte If you are looking to buy land in Upstate New York, consider the Rochester neighborhood of Charlotte. Charlotte is right on the shore of Lake Ontario, and includes Ontario Beach Park. It is a lovely area to live in, and has many shops, restaurants and small businesses which cater to both local and out-of-town visitors to Charlotte Beach. The 19th Ward A great place to find mobile homes in Rochester, the city’s 19th Ward is bordered on one side by the scenic Erie Canal and on the other by the stately University of Rochester. The 19th ward first became a desirable residential neighborhood in the 19th century. However, since the 1960s the neighborhood has been known for its cultural, class and racial diversity. It has a great deal of commercial development, as well as historic districts like Arvine Heights, Chili-West, Inglewood and Thurstan.

Rochester demographics

Rochester demographics

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Rochester, NY’s population as of the 2020 census was 211,328, up less than 1000 people since 2010. Of course, it is also at the center of a metropolitan area with more than 1 million residents. Rochester and its suburbs are good places to find New York mobile homes, because the rate of expansion is relatively low.

Just over 82% of Rochester residents over the age of 25 have high school diplomas, and just over 27% have a Bachelor’s degree or higher. The median household income was $37,395 in 2020, and the median value of owner-occupied housing units was $88,100 – something like 1/10th the median value in parts of New York City.

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Arts in Rochester

Arts in Rochester

Strong National Museum of Play Rochester New York

Rochester has been the center of a great deal of industry for many years, so it is not surprising that it has plenty of its own cultural institutions. Anyone who does buy a mobile home in Rochester will be able to attend performances of the Rochester City ballet, the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra or the Geva Theater Center, for example.

Other arts institutions in the city include the Strasenburgh Planetarium, the Rochester Museum & Science Center, the Rochester Contemporary Art Center, the Memorial Art Gallery and the George Eastman Museum International Museum of Photography and Film.


Strong National Museum of Play Rochester New York

Schools in Rochester

Schools in Rochester

Rochester is served by charter schools like Young Women's College Prep, Vertus High School, Urban Choice Charter School, Rochester Academy of Science Charter School, Renaissance Academy Charter School of the Arts, Genesee Community Charter School, Eugenio Maria de Hostos Charter School and Discovery Charter School. 2ndary schools include Charlotte High School, Thomas Jefferson High School, the School of Imaging and Information Technology at Edison, the School of Engineering and Manufacturing at Edison, the School of Business, Finance and Entrepreneurship at Edison, Dr. Freddie Thomas High School and Wilson Magnet High School. Rochester colleges and universities include Monroe Community College, SUNY Brockport, Ithaca College, the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, the Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School and the University of Rochester.

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Why Rochester?

Why Rochester?

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Should You Buy A Mobile Home In Rochester?
Many do, but buying a mobile home in Rochester, NY is a very personal decision. Some people are drawn to the city for its much lower-key Urbanity, compared to nearby megalopolis like NYC and Boston. Others like the low housing costs and thriving arts and culture scene. There is something in Rochester for nearly everyone, but only you can decide if it has the perfect set of features for you and your family.




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