Although just 19 miles from Buffalo, Clarence presents the comfort and hospitality of a small-town lifestyle in Western New York. You can get into the city in less than half an hour and then return home to the peaceful countryside here. With just 9,200 households and about 32,000 residents, this is a community where you will know your neighbors when you see them at local shops and events, like the farmer’s market. Simple pleasures in Clarence include apple picking, corn mazes, tobogganing in the park, and dropping a fishing line in one of the creeks. The downtown area of Clarence features a wide array of locally-owned shops, restaurants, and services, so you never have to go far for what you need. Families also appreciate the highly-rated Clarence school district, giving students a great start with a quality education.
You also have the convenience of enjoying the town’s three parks, offering a wide variety of recreation opportunities and programs. The Tillman Road Wildlife Park is a 235-acre nature preserve in Clarence that includes hiking trails and boardwalk with a wildlife viewing platform.
The population is growing steadily here, having grown nearly 20% between 2000 and 2010. Still, the people who live here cherish the serenity, green spaces, and local culture, including the Museum of European Art, which houses works by Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso.
On the northern border of Erie County, the town of Clarence is separated from Niagara County by the Tonawanda Creek. Several streams run through Clarence, adding scenic drives and trails to the menu of things to do here.
Among the new homes in Clarence, you’ll find the Forbes Capretto Homes’ communities of Northwoods, Spaulding Green, and Waterford Estates, each with its own distinctive character.
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