is less than three miles from Downtown Rochester,
providing a close-knit community just minutes from the city center. Historic homes
for rent, many built during the early 20th century, sit along the tree-lined streets.
Residents love walking to the nearby Public Market for fresh produce and specialty foods. This public market has been a city tradition since 1905, featuring more than 300 vendors. Local florists, cafes, and breweries also set up shop on the market grounds. Spend a day here tasting an array of foods and chatting with locals about their favorite businesses.
The Hungerford building on East Main Street houses the studios of many Beechwood artists and opens to the general public twice a month. Get involved with the local art scene by browsing the art pieces for sale during First Fridays, or watch your favorite artist at work during Second Saturdays.