Pittsford Apartment

So, as of last night I’m moved into my currently-permanent residence in Pittsford, NY. It’s a condo in a little subdivision just down the road from the Pittsford Wegmans (and soon a Trader Joe’s, plus lots of other stores) on one side and the Erie Canal on the other. The condo neighborhood is apparently mostly retirees according to my neighbors, so things are quiet and picturesque.

I hope to get more furniture in the next week or two, but the landlord couple was kind enough to leave the old mattress from their daughter and some other things, and to sell me a very nice futon so I’m set for the weekend at least. Tables would be nice though…

As you can see it’s pretty big but once I get furniture it should be cozy. It has more closet space than I know what to do with though. The bathroom is pretty cool, it has three doors, so you can close off the shower part, or the whole thing from both the bedroom and main room. There’s a private laundry room downstairs too. Apparently some condo owners have cut holes in their floors to go right down to their basement, but mine have not. Still a nice feature to have a basement though.

So those are my living conditions for the next year.

4 Responses to “Pittsford Apartment”

  1. Jeremy Abel
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    Dang, that place looks nice! REALLY like that green color on the walls in the bathroom, too. It all looks like some place I’d see in one of those housing magazines my parents have

  2. ellen
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    haha thanks Jeremy, but I think plenty of that effect it my nice wide-angle lens :P It’s a nice apartment though, yes. I like the colored walls but I’m not sure about the sage green color. I would probably repaint the walls in the kitchen something brighter, although the bathroom does look nice. The bathroom’s definitely my favorite part of the apartment :P

  3. Angus Rockett
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    Looks like a really nice apartment. Of course that wide angle lens really helps with that too. Still, things seem to be coming along well.

  4. tara
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    welcome to pittsford! i’m thrilled to hear you are living in rochester. i’ll have to read backwards :) to see why you are here! i’d love to meet up when you have a chance.

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