Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 24, 2015 · Page G1
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Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page G1

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Democrat and Chronicle Saturday,October24,2015 ROCRealEstate&Rental Listings powered by HOMEFINDER.COM TRANSACTIONS 2 EDITH LANK 4 JERRY LUDWIG 11 BEST BUYS 23-24 NEW HOMES 25 OPEN HOUSES 25 R ENTALS 28 INSIDE Lamberton Conservatory: Botanical garden featuring displays of exotic flowers and foliage plants from around the world in lush tropical settings. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Lamberton Conservatory, Highland Park, 180 Reservoir Ave. $3; $2 seniors and ages 6-18; free a ges 5 and younger. (585) 753-7270 or www.monroe- county.gov/parks-high- land.php. Terrarium Workshop: Transform an ordinary glass container into a living accent for your home. Bring a glass container to class (or purchase one from an assortment available). 6:30 to 8 p.m. Oct. 26. Registration required. Gallea’s Tropical Greenhouse a nd Florist, 2832 Clover St., Pittsford. $35. (585) 473-5130 SeeCALENDAR,Page16G Affordable housing is an issue in the region, so says Kellie Boyan, manager of Whispering Woods Estate, a 161unit prefabricated home community in Williamson, Wayne County. Aging Baby Boomers and young people are looking for ways to own a home for less, she said. T he manufactured housing community is managed by Horizon Land Management. Boyan lives t here with her two sons and husband and enjoy the peace and quiet o f the community with a mixture of y oung families and retirees as neighbors. T here are 8.6 million mobile homes in the United States, according to a 2013 U.S. Census Bureau report. Some are a lone trailer while others are in a community. I t’s an affordable option for people w ho would like to fulfill their d ream of home ownership, said Rob erta DiLella, an agent with Hunt R eal Estate, who is representing Living in a prefab community Young people seek affordable ways to own TINA MACINTYRE-YEETINA MACINTYRE-YEE/@TYEE23/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Roberta DiLella, associate broker with Hunt Real Estate ERA, is selling this double wide mobile home in Williamson, W ayne County. MARY CHAO @MARYCHAOSTYLE SeePREFAB,Page13G REAL ESTATE CALENDAR Inside: Nothnagle’s Gallery of Homes <17&174?:$)47"::#%=35:4 ?:$4=7!&1:@7:4A9"A;7 5:4?:$49A47=&'( "93B$9'39 &?8=7AB'&=?)B<$&>9B?<'==!('= AB#9@=%73=A9(9B7>39B(&970 82>0.+*,*6-/ /9B'397:&!!97 -*4*+.*421664;3!A&!!97,5B??9''0>=A

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