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Located in the far west of New York State and resting along the Great Lakes, Erie County provides both comfortable living and pleasant locales. Erie County is now home to nearly one million residents and is an area of growing prosperity. Ryan Homes is proud to provide some of the best homes for sale in Erie County, NY.
New Homes in Erie County Near Gorgeous Local Scenery
Located in the western reaches of New York State and bordering the Great Lakes, Erie County is rich with a beautiful pastoral character. Our new homes for sale in Erie County are within close reach of the Buffalo River and the Great Baehre Swamp wetland preservation. In addition, the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site provides a dash of local historic character. The intertwining of various forests, creeks, plains and wetlands provide Erie County with a lush, verdant terrain.
Prosperity and Opportunity in Buffalo
While Erie County is home to some of New York State’s prettiest natural sights, it's also the location of its second-largest city. The greater Buffalo metropolitan area is home to well over one million residents. Fast expanding and home to burgeoning industry, Buffalo contains highly profitable technology, science and finance sectors. Ryan Homes provides an abundance of local new homes in Erie County, and our home communities provide quality single-family homes for those drawn to Buffalo’s economic promise. The health care and research sectors represent some of the region’s top employers and act as a major draw for those seeking new homes in Buffalo.
Quality Local Schools
While Buffalo and the greater Erie County provide ample economic opportunity, the area is also known for its school choices. Metro Buffalo is in the process of a generous school renovation program. Further still, our new Erie County homes for sale provide access to the roster of local magnet and charter schools, with Buffalo providing a wide selection of New York’s alternative education choices.
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