GENEVA, BUT NOT SWITZERLAND

Set on a high plain at the northern tip of Seneca Lake, Geneva’s long rows of 19th Century townhouses are thought to be the last remaining blocks of this type in western New York. The main thoroughfare, South Main Street, was voted the most beautiful street in America by Ladies Home Journal in 1893.

Homes on South Main Street

Row house on South Main Street

View toward Seneca Lake

Doric columns in the golden hour

Near Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Beautiful Pulteney Park

Local vernacular architecture

Near Genesee Park

Rooftops on South Main

Downtown to the lake