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4665 Millersport Hwy, East Amherst, NY 14051 is an acreage located in the most sought-after zip code in Wny, in a desirable affluent suburb of Buffalo, NY. According to CNN and Money Magazine, East Amherst ranks among the top 50 most livable cities in the country.
4665 Millersport Hwy East Amherst, NY 14051 is in the boundary for top-ranked Williamsville School District and minutes from Downtown Buffalo, with easy access to the 990 expressway. Shopping, salons, restaurants & entertainment are all just minutes' drive away. Within minutes to the Buffalo Niagara International Airport and Crosspoint Business Park, This is convenient acreage for travel, work & play.
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Erie County is one of 62 counties in the State of New York that is located along the shore of Lake Erie in western New York State. Erie County is known for The Erie County Fair, one of the largest county fairs in the country held every August in the Town of Hamburg.
Also, Erie County is home to the Buffalo Bills football team, the Buffalo Sabres hockey team, the Buffalo Bulls college teams, the Buffalo Bandits lacrosse team, and the Buffalo Bisons minor league baseball team.
The county seat is Buffalo, which makes up about 28% of Erie County's population. The County's name comes from Lake Erie and along with Niagara County, they make up the Buffalo-Niagara Falls metropolitan area, the second-largest metropolitan area in New York State.
Major Cities and Towns:
Buffalo (county seat), Lackawanna, Tonawanda, Towns, Alden, Amherst, Aurora, Boston, Brant, Cheektowaga, Clarence, Colden, Collins, Concord, Eden, Elma, Evans, Grand Island, Hamburg, Holland, Lancaster, Marilla, Newstead, North Collins, Orchard Park, Sardinia, Tonawanda, Wales, West Seneca
Akron, Alden, Angola, Blasdell, Depew, East Aurora, Farnham, Gowanda, Hamburg, Kenmore, Lancaster, North Collins
Amherst, NY Neighborhoods:
Audubon, Eggertsville, Getzville, East Amherst, North Bailey, Snyder, Swormville, West Amherst, Williamsville
Amherst, NY Cost of Living:
The cost of living is 20% lower than in New York, and 2% more expensive than the US average.
What's Happening in Amherst, Ny?
Amherst is a town in Erie County, New York, United States. Amherst is also the most populated town in upstate New York and the second largest in the area within the inner ring suburb of Buffalo. The town of Amherst encompasses the village of Williamsville as well as the hamlets of Eggertsville, Getzville, Snyder, Swormville, and East Amherst.
A historic neighborhood that combines city living with village charm, this stylish urban enclave in the heart of Buffalo is packed with acclaimed restaurants, shopping, and vibrant architecture. Explore for yourself when you plan your upcoming visit.
Amherst is home to the north campus of the University at Buffalo, the graduate campus of Medaille College, a satellite campus of Bryant & Stratton College, and Daemen College. The town is in the northern part of Erie County and borders a section of the Erie Canal.
Amherst, NY Amenities:
You'll find undeniable energy inside this dynamic venue. Located in the heart of downtown Buffalo, the KeyBank Center is home to the Buffalo Sabres, as well as a destination for world-class concerts and other special events.
Animal exhibits, natural habitats, and beautiful gardens await at the Buffalo Zoo - a favorite destination for fun, adventure, and history. Open daily year-round, its location adjacent to Delaware Park makes it an easy stop to integrate into a day of exploration.
The Buffalo Waterfront is the perfect place to explore. From Canalside to Outer Harbor, this destination offers scenic views, exciting ways to exercise, family fun, and date-night activities. Plan your stay to see this waterfront revitalization for yourself.
We couldn't leave off this wonder. The falls offer a mix of natural beauty, entertainment, history, and captivating photo opportunities. Set out with the family for a day of exploring one of the region's most awe-inspiring wonders.
The newly opened Explore & More Children's Museum is a destination for family interaction that showcases the transformative power of play. Learn about the history, culture, agriculture, and architecture of Western New York through exhibits that are sure to spark the imagination.
- Address: 4665 Millersport Hwy East Amherst, NY 14051
- Status: Available
- State: New York
- County: Erie
- Municipality: Amherst
- School District: Williamsville
- Neighborhood Type: Residential
- Closest Community/City To The Property: Buffalo, Ny
- Frontage: 342 Ft.
- Lot Size: 12.07 Acre
- Property Class: Residential Vacant Land Over 10 Acres (322)
- Zoning: SA - Suburban Agriculture District
- Terrain: Level
- Road Access: Paved
- Utilities: Electric Available
- Water: Contact Amherst Engineering Office for information
- Sewer: Contact Amherst Engineering Office for information
- Annual Taxes: $533.00 (Estimated)
- HOA Dues: N/A
Disclosure: The owner has not visited the property and is not aware of the overall condition and may require rehab, or need to be re-build or re-zoned. Based on our research this is a free & clear parcel with no liens and taxes are paid to date. However, we cannot provide suggestions, or advice with regards to your purchase and buyers should do due diligence on property condition, back taxes, and liens prior to your offer.
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