Welcome to Sterling Square!
Beautiful 2-bedroom 1.5 bath Townhomes located in a quiet, secluded neighborhood off Britton Rd in Greece. Apartments have their own private entrance, parking, and small backyard for family gatherings. Full, Open basement with washer and dryer hookups! 24-Hour on-site maintenance! Minutes away from Shopping centers, Dunkin Donuts, Bowling & 15 minutes from downtown!
2 BR 1.5 BA APT | $1200-1250
Rent Includes: Trash & Water
Parks and Recreation
Sterling Square 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."