Big Tree Apartments
Welcome to Big Tree!
Beautifully updated 2 bedroom apartments in the Conesus Lake Area. Boast open floor plan throughout and newer windows. Additional Storage Closets Included for every Apartment. Enjoy a beautiful view of the countryside and a sense of community in this quiet and safe village made up of 10 apartments. Lake Conesus is less than 2 miles away making Big Tree Apartments the perfect place for lake life, fishing, and boating enthusiasts. Modern apartments built in the 80's. Full laundry suite on site. Plenty of off street parking. On call 24/7 Property Maintenance to assist with any repairs that need to be done or emergencies that arise.
2 BR 1 BA APT | $1000-1100
Rent Includes: Trash & Water
Parks and Recreation
Big Tree Apartments has 5 parks within 9.5 miles, including Livonia Community Park, Bowen Park, Vitale Park, Long Point Park, and Hemlock Lake Park.
Livonia Central School District
40 Spring Street, Livonia, NY 14487 (585) 346-4000 | Website
6 Puppy Lane, Livonia, NY, 14487
Public district, PK-5 | 638 students
Distance: 2.68 miles
20 Memorial Dr. Livonia, NY, 14487
Public district, 6-8 | 373 students
Distance: 2.79 miles
Lakeville | Livonia
Lakeville is a hamlet and census-designated place in the town of Livonia, Livingston County, New York, United States. Its population was 756 as of the 2010 census. Lakeville is in northeastern Livingston County, in the northwestern part of the town of Livonia. It sits at the northern end of Conesus Lake, the westernmost of New York's Finger Lakes, where the lake flows out into Conesus Creek, a northward-flowing tributary of the Genesee River. Lakeville is bordered to the south by the Conesus Lake.
Livonia is a town in Livingston County, New York, United States. As of the 2000 census, the town population was 7,286. The Town of Livonia contains a village, also called Livonia. The town is on the eastern border of the county.
The region was home to Native Americans belonging to the Seneca people of the Iroquois confederacy. The Senecas actually inhabited the area well into the 19th century and were removed only during a violent overtaking compelled by pioneer Samuel Brownstone, an infamous enemy of the Iroquois. The name for the lake was "Ga-ne-a-sos," which became the modern "Conesus," meaning "Berry Place."