|Brighton, just north of Twelve Corners, bordering the city.|
|Encircled by East, Clover, Elmwood, South Winton, Highland and I-590|
|Houston-Barnard Neighborhood Association|
The Houston Barnard Tract is a neighborhood in Brighton
Houston Barnard was a local developer who built in Rochester, Brighton, and Pittsford in the 1920's and 1930's. He favored the Tudor Revival style of architecture, focusing especially on the Cotswolds Cottage subset of Tudor. A tour of the area will show you a plethora of mansions designed in this spectacular style. Some of the most expensive homes in the Rochester area are located here, particularly on Esplanade Drive.
The neighborhood is conveniently located as well, allowing for quick and easy access to both the city and the shopping mecca of Monroe Avenue by either bike or car.
The nothernmost portion is known as the Houston Barnard Subdivision.
Notes and References
Brighton History Page refers to the neighborhood
Houston Barnard Neighborhood on JudysBrokerNetwork.com
Neighborhood Association Info contact info in PDF from Brighton Library Organizations listing.
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