The town of Lancaster is just 14 miles from downtown Buffalo, giving you the convenience of living close to the city but far enough to reap the rewards of a quiet life in the country. Within the town, there’s a quaint village, with beautifully preserved, historic buildings like the Lancaster Opera House and Lancaster Presbyterian Church.
The popular Como Lake Park—named “The Best Picnic Area in Buffalo”—gives Lancaster residents easy access to a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities. In the summer, visitors head here for swimming, boating, hiking, basketball, baseball, disc golf, soccer, and tennis in the park, which also offers a playground. In the winter, ice skating, sledding, and cross-country skiing bring people to Como Lake Park.
The highly acclaimed Lancaster Central School District—recognized as one of the top school districts in Erie County—presents yet another reason to move to this suburb. The quality of education at Lancaster High School, Lancaster Middle School, and Como Park Elementary School increases the value of choosing to live here.
Living in Lancaster gives you so many choices to experience the town’s ever-growing variety of entertainment choices, which includes a wide variety of shopping, dining, and entertainment. When you want a taste of city life, it’s a short drive to venture into downtown Buffalo—for work or play.
If this sounds like the kind of place you want for your hometown, Forbes Capretto Homes invites you to look at the new homes in Lancaster, in our pristine community of Hidden Meadow.
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