Scottsville: A Quaint Suburb of Rochester
Scottsville is a village located in southwestern Monroe County, New York. With a modest population of approximately 2,000 residents, Scottsville is a peaceful retreat for those looking to escape the bustling city of Rochester while still remaining in close proximity to its big city recreation, entertainment, and amenities. History buffs will enjoy strolling along the streets of Scottsville, which is home to one of the oldest Historic Districts in the nation. If you prefer a more active lifestyle, our village is adjacent to the NYS Greenway so residents may enjoy hours of hiking, running, cycling as well as snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in the winter. Most residents of Scottsville commute to Rochester, and when work is over, it’s time to play. It’s easy to find entertainment in Rochester! The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, the Gava Theatre Center, and the George Eastman House International Museum are just a few of the cultural institutions that populate Rochester. Nightlife is abound in Rochester’s East End district, and if this isn’t enough entertainment to please your every whim, Rochester holds a number of cultural festivals each year including the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival, the Rochester International Film Festival, and the Lilac Festival at Highland Park. As you can see, residents of Scottsvilles have the ability to indulge in the best of both worlds.