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Bennington Townhomes

Welcome to Bennington Townhomes in Greece, NY! These Beautiful 2 bedroom 1 bath Townhomes are located in a quiet secluded neighborhood off Bennington Drive and Britton Rd. Each unit has a private front and rear entrance and monitored off street parking. Through the back entrance is a ground-floor basement with washer and dryer hookups! 24-Hour on-site maintenance with snow plowing is provided! Just minutes away from Shopping centers, Dunkin Donuts, Bowling & 15 downtown Rochester! All Newly renovated apartments include modern updates, stainless steel appliances, as well as central heating and air conditioning. Up to two indoor only pets such as cats are allowed. Looking for pricing or availability? Check out our  Vacancies Page !

Townhome Features and Amenities

Apartment Features

  • Washer/Dryer Hook-Up in Ground Floor Basement

  • Central Heating and Air-Conditioning

  • Double Pane Windows

  • Window Coverings / Blinds

  • High Speed Internet Access

  • Tub/Shower

Kitchen Features

  • Refrigerator

  • Stove/Oven

  • Microwave and Dishwasher

Move-in Fees

  • 25 Application per adult

  • 50 Admin Fee

  • Security Deposit (equal to rent.) + Rent

Pet Policy

  • Up to 2 Indoor Only Pets Allowed (no dogs)

  • Must be spayed or neutered

  • Service Animals permitted with verification

Pet Fees

  • 25 monthly / 1 pet 

  • 50 monthly / 2 pets

  • 100 Pet Fee - One Time - Non Refundable - Per Apartment

  • Smoke Free

  • Off-Street Parking Lot

  • Snow Plowing Provided

  • Ample Closet Space

  • Vinyl Plank / Carpet / Tile Flooring

  • Close to Lake Ontario!

2 BR 1 BA Townhome

For Pricing See Our Vacancies


Rent Includes: Trash & Water

Parks and Recreation


Bennington has 5 parks within 5 miles, including Turning Point Park, Columbus Park, Lower Falls Park, Greece Spray Park - Wild Over Water Zone, and The Town of Greece Community and Senior Center.

Greece Central School District

750 Maiden Lane, Rochester, NY 14615 | (585) 966-2321 | Website


     The Town of Greece was established by the State Legislature on March 22, 1822. It was initially known as Northampton and was a part of the Town of Gates. Its name was chosen because of the current wave of sympathy toward the Greeks who were then fighting for independence from Turkish rule. Greece, New York, in Monroe County, is 5 miles Northwest of Rochester and 64 miles East of Buffalo. The town nickname is "The town of good people” and according to the Morgan Quitno Awards, Greece was rated the ninth-overall-safest city in The United states of America. 
     There are three school districts serving the Town of Greece: the Greece Central School District, the Hilton Central School District and the Spencerport Central School District. There are twelve elementary schools, four middle schools, and four high schools in the Greece Central School District, educating approximately 13,000 students. The post-elementary schools have Classical Greek names: Arcadia, Athena (Middle/High, Odyssey Academy, and Olympia. The school district's motto is "One Vision, One Team, One Greece."

Bennington DeGeorge, LLC


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