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  • Play in the Park! Irondequoit has many community parks to explore including Joshua Park, Camp Eastman, Heyer-Bayer Memorial Park, McAvoy Park, and Spezio Park.

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Top 11 Reasons to Live in Irondequoit, NY

  • Place for renters! Irondequoit is a suburb of Rochester, where more than 58% if the residences are renter occupied. Elmwood Manor Apartments and Country Manor are two complexes that offer reasonable rental rates.
  • Home ownership opportunities! The city of Rochester, of which Irondequoit is a part, has a large number of home owners. Approximately 40% of the dwellings are owner occupied, which spells opportunity for you to own your own home. Check out Titus Ave. or Portland Ave. for rent to own houses.
  • Historic Fun! Most places have an interesting history, but in Irondequoit, history is brought to life in two very fun locations. The Seabreeze Amusement Park is the fourth oldest amusement park in the United States that is still operating. Whispering Pines Miniature Golf Course is the oldest one in the country and is open spring, summer, and fall.
  • Lovely Neighborhoods! The city of Irondequoit is filled with rent to own properties in a variety of picturesque neighborhoods. Some of the most popular include Autumn View Estates, Culver Meadows, Glen Haven, Orchard Park, and Windsor Beach.
  • Dining Around Town! Atlas Eats is a locally owned restaurant and bakery that features fresh baked breads and sweets as well as sandwiches, soups, and seafood. Murph's Irondequoit Pub is a hometown favorite that has an expansive menu for lunch and dinner as well as a pool table and full bar.
  • Local Shops! In addition to the national retail stores located in the area, there are also many locally owned shops to explore. John Robert Collectibles has a large selection of collectible dolls and figurines. Simply New York Marketplace finds the best items made in New York State and offers them in their charming shops. Here you will find soaps, handmade clothes, pottery, art, gourmet foods, music, jewelry, and games.
  • Annual Events! The city of Irondequoit has many annual events for residents to enjoy including Oktoberfest, an Artists' Exhibition, as well as a variety of holiday events.
  • Great location! Irondequoit is located on the northern outskirts of Rochester, New York, which is the third most populous city in the state. This gives residents all the major benefits of a large city while maintaining the small town charm many cherish. Rent to own homes in this area are highly sought after by those working in Rochester and by those who want to be near Lake Ontario to the north for the many outdoor activities it offers.
  • Employment Opportunities! With Rochester only minutes away, residents of Irondequoit have access to a booming job market. Some of the area's largest employers include the University of Rochester, Xerox Corporation, Eastman Kodak Company, Sutherland Global Services, and Wegmans Food Markets.
  • Scenic Beauty! There are a number of ways to explore the great outdoors in Irondequoit. The Seaway Trail is a series of roads that follow along the great lakes of the North East. The Irondequoit Bay State Marine Park is a public launch site into Lake Ontario. Durand Eastman Park has 5,000 feet of Lake Ontario coastline as well as nearly 1,000 acres of park land with hiking trails, small lakes, and a golf course.