Brockport’s pedestrian friendly downtown of small shops and restaurants is listed on the National Register of Historic places. The Village prides itself on its public art, its Canalfront Welcome Center staffed by volunteers who greet boaters and Erie Canal cyclists, and its nine public parks.

Located 20 miles west of the city of Rochester and 11 miles south of Lake Ontario, Brockport is home to the College at Brockport, State University of New York. Once an agricultural and manufacturing center, today’s village industries include frozen food packaging and distribution and electronic recycling.  To get some more info on the area or to look at some great homes and properties take a look at our real estate power search page that can gain you instant access to the MLS.

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