Just north of Buffalo in the extreme western part of the State of New York, you will find Niagara County. This gorgeous county is adjacent to Canada and the Niagara River on its western border and Lake Ontario on its northern border. The county’s primary geographic feature is Niagara Falls, which along with the Niagara River, is essentially four of the Great Lakes’ drainage ditch. But don’t let that description minimize its majesty. Niagara Falls is an impressive natural feature that attracts innumerable tourists annually, from near and far. The Niagara River bed has eroded seven miles over the course of the last twelve thousand years, the water flowing from Lake Erie, to the river, then over the falls and into the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario before finally reaching the North Atlantic Ocean.
Founded in 1808, Niagara County is a well-established county more than one thousand one hundred square miles in size. It is home to more than two hundred thousand people and its main industries include wine, agriculture, and tourism. The county’s flat, fertile land grows vegetables, peaches, apples, grapes, and other fruits. Adding to its allure, Niagara County encompasses several state parks and the Tonawanda and Tuscarora Native American Reservations. State Parks in Niagara County include Wilson-Tuscarora State Park, Reservoir State Park, Niagara Reservation State Park, Joseph Davis State Park, Golden Hill State Park, Four Mile Creek State Park, Earl W. Brydges Artpark State Park, Fort Niagara State Park, Devil’s Hole State Park, and De Veaux Woods State Park.
Niagara County also encompasses several cities, towns, and villages. Cities in Niagara County include North Tonawanda, Niagara Falls, and Lockport. Towns in Niagara County include Lewiston, Hartland, Cambria, Royalton, Porter, Pendleton, Niagara, Newfane, Lockport, Wilson, Wheatfield, and Somerset. And the villages of Niagara County include Wilson, Barker, Middleport, Youngstown, and Lewiston. Moreover, in Sanborn you’ll find Niagara County Community College, and in Lewiston is Niagara University. Bordered by water on three sides with the Niagara River to the west, Tonawanda Creek to the south, and Lake Ontario to the north, Niagara County clearly is a naturally beautiful place with much to offer prospective homebuyers. Homes for sale in Niagara county include a wide variety of housing options. There are many incredible single-family homes from which to choose, as well as fabulous Niagara County condos, townhomes, and apartments. Real estate in Niagara County consists of properties of many architectural styles, floor plans, ages, and square footage. As a result, Niagara County real estate has a broad spectrum of listing prices and includes everything from fixer-uppers to stunning Niagara County luxury homes. We would love to provide you with specific details about currently available properties in Niagara County, New York, so please contact us today so we can assist you with your Niagara County home search.
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