Heritage House Apartments  50 Grove Drive  Canandaigua, New York 14424
Elegant Affordable Living

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The City of Canandaigua ,with its historic Victorian achitecture leads the way to great shopping and dining downtown or lakeside. The area is renowned for its wineries, museums, and the new Wine and Culinary Center which offers tastings, cooking classes, and more. Canandaigua Lake is well known for its beauty and clean water. Some of the most expensive estates in the United States are located on Canandaigua Lake. Kershaw Park provides free entry for City residents, and the Canandaigua State Marine Park adjacent to the City Pier offers free guest boat launching and docking. The Pier is home of the picturesque Historic Boat Houses .The community offers festivals and craft shows during the summer season as well as the Annual Waterfront Arts Festival . The Canandaigua Lady is a 19th century replica of a double-decked paddleboat and is not to be missed.


Canandaigua is the Iroquois word for Chosen Spot, and the Heritage House truly is the Chosen Spot in Canandaigua for tenants who demand the best the area offers, with the added features of a private, quiet and safe location. This beautiful, four season location, in the Finger Lakes is the fastest growing area in Western New York. Located very close to Rochester traveling west, and Syracuse traveling east. Canandaigua is easily accessible from the New York State Thruway. Don't forget to check the venue at the newly expanded Performing Arts Center on the Finger Lakes Community College campus. If you are a skier or snowboarder or just want to experience the mountain and attractions there, Bristol Mountain is only 20 minutes south. The Fingerlakes Gaming and Race Track is only 10 minutes away. In warmer weather Bristol Harbor on Canandaigua Lake has the award winning Robert Trent Jones Golf Course, a great restaurant and grounds open to the public. What a view from the top of the mountain!