Relocation to Clarence, New York
The Town of Clarence, incorporated in 1808, is the oldest town in Erie County. Located in the northeastern corner of the county, one of the benefit's of owning Clarence real estate is the close proximity to downtown Buffalo of 30 minutes. A short 40 minute drive can also have you in beautiful Niagara Falls, NY.
Clarence residents are highly educated, with just over one out of four having earned a four-year college degree or higher. This higher education reflects in the above-average median income and median home prices.
One of the benefits of owning Clarence real estate is the reputation of the school district which consistently earns high marks for quality of education. In 2011, Business First of Buffalo, the area’s leading business newspaper ranked the 97 school districts serving Western New York. The Clarence Central School District is ranked No. 2.
A benefit of owning Clarence real estate is the spacious properties, vast amounts of open space and parkland, and a number of biking and hiking trails. The Clarence Pathways trails, each approximately 6 miles in length, were developed to connect with trails in the neighboring town of Newstead in Niagara County. There are also many organized youth sports leagues for children in the community.
The total population of Clarence is estimated at 41,604 for 2010, an increase of 6.62% from the 2000 census.
Clarence Real Estate
There are many Town of Clarence real estate opportunities for all types of home buyers, from large homes on spacious properties, to modest homes, to smaller starter homes. Clarence real estate buyers will be able to find the type of home to best suit their needs.
Clarence is a great community to call home. Your representative at Stovroff & Taylor Realtors will take you on a tour of the available Clarence real estate. For travel and Clarence relocation needs call Stovroff & Taylor Travel.
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