Great for renters! The average rental price in West Seneca is $730, which is about 75% less than the average rental price for the state of New York. Capitalize on the great rates with rent to own homes near Buffalo Creek or Tim Russert Park.
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Lots to do nearby! Enjoy the community lifestyle of West Seneca along with the bonus of nearby cities. Buffalo is less than 15 minutes away by car, and Niagara Falls is just over a half-hour car ride from West Seneca.
Enjoy nature! Natural beauty is abundant in West Seneca, but is most prominently on display at the 29-acre Charles E. Burchfield Nature and Art Center. The center's namesake resided in the neighborhood of Gardenville, and is remembered with an incredible array of gardens and nature trails. The Nature and Art Center also features an outdoor amphitheater.
Unique properties! West Seneca offers the charm of Victorian homes and duplexes, even for renters. More than half of the area's property is rental property, with gorgeous Victorian homes often divided into as many as four separate rental units. Look for rent to own properties near foodie favorites such as Papa Genos or Schwabl's restaurant.
Stay active! The Southtowns YMCA Facility adds to West Seneca's recreational opportunities with pools, a sauna, an indoor running track, and outdoors sports fields. The city continues to add more opportunities for staying active, and is currently in the planning stages of the Seneca Creek Pathway for cyclists and pedestrians.
Live music! Just like in the popular sitcom, there is a beloved neighborhood bar and grill called Cheers. Everyone may not know your name yet, but the live music keeps locals coming back. Even more musical entertainment can be found at 88 Keys Live, home to a popular dueling piano bar.
Affordable homes! The median home value is right under $140,00. This area offers a unique mix of detached homes as well as townhouses, with houses for sale as well as rent to own houses. With such affordable living, use the extra money to take up ballroom dancing at Ballroom Dance Center Iliana or train collecting at Lawrence J. Williams Classic Trains hobby shop.
Cultural experiences! The Fireman's Memorial Exhibit Center of West New York calls West Seneca home, as does the Historical Society and Museum. A visit to the Historical Museum highlights living in West Seneca's Ebenezer neighborhood during the 1850's.
Rich history! Formed in 1851 from parts of Cheektowaga and Hamburg, West Seneca has kept its history alive. The family business of Mayer Bros. Cider Mill began in 1852, and is not only still in business but is now run by the founder's great grandson. The Cider Mill Store is only open from August to November, but has its products in many local stores year round.
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