Buffalo Suburban Communities
Amherst (Including Williamsville/Snyder)
- Amherst is a town in Erie County, New York, U.S., directly northeast of the City of Buffalo. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 116,510. This represents an increase from the 1990 census figure of 111,711. The town is named for Jeffrey Amherst, a British Army officer of the colonial period. Read Also: Make Amherst NY Home
- The Town of Amherst encompasses most of the Village of Williamsville. The town is by the northern part of the county and borders a small section of the Erie Canal. The town is the largest and most populous suburb of Buffalo. The Town of Amherst was created by the State of New York on April 10, 1818.
- Amherst was formed from part of the Town of Buffalo (later the City of Buffalo), which had previously been created from the Town of Clarence. Timothy S. Hopkins was elected the first Supervisor of the Town of Amherst in 1819. Part of Amherst was later used to form the Town of Cheektowaga in 1839.
- Amherst include the communities Williamsville and Snyder. Williamsville has a popular park –Glen Park in Williamsville. To learn more about Williamsville: Your Personal Guide to Williamsville NY
- Market Reports for Amherst/Williamsville
- Cambria is a town in Niagara County, New York, USA. The population was 5,393 at the 2000 census. Cambria is an early name for Wales. The Town of Cambria is in the center of Niagara County.
- Communities in Cambria include:Cambria Center, Cambria Station, Comstock Corners, Hickory Corners, Molyneaux Corners, North Ridge, Pekin, Sanborn, Streeters Corners and Warren Corners.
- Current Real Estate Market Conditions in Cambria New York
- Cheektowaga is located in Erie County, New York, located in the north-central part of the county and boarders the city of Buffalo. Cheektowaga has a large Polish-American community, about 39.9% of population is of Polish heritage.
- Located in Cheektowaga include: The Buffalo Niagara International Airport, Villa Maria College, and Walden Galleria Mall.
- Cheektowaga Real Estate Market Report
- Located 20 miles east of Buffalo, the hamlet of Clarence or Clarence Hollow, as it is sometimes called, is the oldest town in Erie County.
- The surrounding township of Clarence is almost 53 square miles and has a population of approximately 24,000. Clarence offers the charm of winding lanes and country living.
- Market Reports
- Depew is a village in Erie County, New York, United States. The population was 16,629 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Buffalo Niagara Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area. The name is derived from Chauncey Mitchell Depew, the President of the New York Central Railroad and former US Senator.
- The Village of Depew village extends across the boundary between the towns of Lancaster and Cheektowaga. The village lies on both sides of NY Route 78 (Transit Road), a major north-south route.
- Grand Island is situated in the northwest corner of Erie county in New York. The town has a total area of 33.3 square miles and it completely located on the island of Grand Island. Grand Island is just north of Buffalo and south of Niagara Falls. There are two sets of bridges that link Grand Island to the Town of Tonawanda (South Grand Island Bridge) and to the City of Niagara Falls (North Grand Island Bridge).
- Major points of interest on Grand Island include: Beaver Island State park, Buckhort Island State Park, Grand Island Nike Base, Grand Island Rod & Gun Club, Martin’s Fantasy Island, River Lea Farmhouse, Veterans Park and Woods Creek.
- Communities within Grand Island include: Falconwood, Ferry Village, Hennepin Road, Oakfield, Sheenwater, Grandyle Village, Sandy Beach, Fairview Court, and Sour Springs Grove.
- Schools on Grand Island include: Grand Island High School, Veronica E. Connor Middle School, William M. Kaegebein Elementary School, Huth Road Elementary School, Charlotte Sidway Elementary School and St. Stephen’s School.
- Grand Island New York Real Estate Market Report
- The town of Hamburg is just south of Buffalo NY, just twenty minutes from the Buffalo Niagara International Airport. The Villages of Blasdell and Hamburg are contained within the Town’s boundaries.
- In many ways, Niagara County is a wonderland. Mighty Niagara Falls one of the world’s natural wonders is at it’s western doorstep.
- Nearly surrounded by water on three sides, the county is a Mecca for water sports. Moreover, it is surrounded on two sides by Canada, giving it the status of an international port. In the climate of free trade between Canada and the United States, this status becomes enviable.
- Lewiston Real Estate Market Reports
- Orchard Park was founded in 1805 by the Quakers and thee original Quaker meeting house is still in use today. Rich in history, this quaint town has a population of 30,000 residents.
- Housing includes architecturally significant early farm houses as well as new construction geared to an affluent suburban community.
- Orchard Park Real Estate Market Report
- Pendleton is a town in Niagara County, New York, United States. The population was 6,050 at the 2000 census. The Town of Pendleton lies on the southern edge of Niagara County. It is east of the City of Niagara Falls and southwest of the City of Lockport.
- Communities located in Pendleton include: Beach Ridge, Hoffman, Mapleton, Pendleton Center, Wendelville and Pendleton.
- Wheatfield is a town in Niagara County, New York, United States. The population was 15,768 at the 2005 census estimate. The name stems from the agricultural use of the town lands: Growing Wheat.
- The Town of Wheatfield is in the southwest part of Niagara County and the Niagara Falls International Airport is situated in Wheatfiled.
- Communities in Wheatfield include: Bergholz, Hoffman, Nashville, Sawyer, Shawnee, St. Johnsburg, and Walmore.
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