The Meadowbrook neighborhood consists of 371 homes in the Town of Brighton, a first-tier suburb of Rochester, New York. Meadowbrook is bordered by Elmwood Avenue, Winton Road South, Danbury Circle South, Bonnie Brae Avenue, and Vernon Place. Its origin as a carefully-planned development and its favorable location adjacent to Twelve Corners, the heart of modern Brighton, have combined to create an especially beautiful and well-loved home to Meadowbrook's families.
The Meadowbrook Neighborhood Association, formed in 1931 when the development was not even 25% complete, was one of the first organizations of its kind in the United States. The strength of that early organization can still be felt today, as neighbors work together to plan events through the year, preserving traditions and fostering wonderful memories for new generations of Meadowbrook residents.
A walk through our neighborhood reveals great pride of ownership. Our homes, many of which are now eighty years old, continue to be well maintained. The yards are beautiful, with much new landscaping in evidence, and many of our homes have had thoughtfully-architected additions. These changes bespeak our continued investment in the neighborhood we love.