4. 47 High Street (Geneva)


What to know:
Circa 1865
Address: 47 High Street, Geneva, New York, 14456
Price: $53,000
Style: Fixer-Upper

Geneva, situated at the northern end of Seneca Lake, was originally occupied by the Seneca tribe, who established a major village (Kanadaseaga) on the land in 1687. Today, the city, known as the “Gateway to Finger Lakes Wine Country,” recognized for its rural quality and scenic views. Although it still maintains its agricultural roots, it has grown commercially over the years.