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The Neighborhood


A unique place to call your own.

Say hello to a peaceful life in the Village of Churchville, where its village shops and lovely parks and trails invite exploration. And for those who enjoy the services and delights of a big city, downtown Rochester is just a short drive away. 

Enjoy a stroll on the West Shore Trail from the Village to Monroe County Park, or take in the nightly light show at the Churchville Dam to end the day with flair. And don't forget the nearby phenomenal natural wonders of Niagara Falls, the Finger Lakes, and the Great Lakes when you're feeling more adventurous.

At Legacy at Parklands, we think it's the peak of senior living, and we're pretty sure you will, too. Come join us. 

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In 1806, Samuel Church purchased 897 acres along Black Creek in what was then known as West Pultney and built a saw mill and a grist mill. At the conclusion of the War of 1812, a railroad was constructed connecting the area to other towns, and more businesses and shops quickly appeared. When the Village of Churchville was officially formed in 1852, it was named after Samuel, who owned all the land in the village.

The Village prospered in the 20th century as a suburb of Rochester, and the Rochester Post Express described it as a "banner village...a place of quiet, away from noise and disturbances of every description known in city life." These qualities are proudly maintained today, and Churchville continues to reflect the “healthfulness, beauty, and progress” that have made it an ideal place to live for two centuries. 

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