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    Southern Cayuga County, NY
    Honoco Road is a private road that runs along the former railroad bed along the east side of Cayuga Lake. Honoco Road has grown from simple seasonal camps to substantial year round homes. The lake front along Honoco gets a high rating for water quality (low seaweed patches), many level beach fronts, and the depth of the water is terrific for sizeable boats. There are many home owners who live on the road year round. Summer is filled with people, golf carts, and water activities. They are strict about the ten miles an hour speed to protect the people and pets. It's about three miles long and a dead end, so little thru traffic, the farther in, the less the traffic. Honoco Road has so very much to offer at a variety of price points.
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    Southern Cayuga County, NY
    Many of the towns in Southern Cayuga are named after places in Italy like Genoa and Venice. They were also part of the Military Land Tract. Scipio Center was founded about 1798, one of the first when Cayuga County itself was founded. The Military Land Tract was land reserved for the soldiers in the Revolutionary War as payment for their service. Almost two million acres were set aside for them. Some homes are updated from the late 1700's, but you can see the details of the era. Wonderful workmanship, incredible stone foundations, and homes beautifully placed on the land.
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    Southern Cayuga County, NY
    Genoa, founded about 1808, was actually named after Genoa, Italy. Genoa borders Tompkins County. There are just over 700 homes and just under 2000 people who live here. King Ferry, which is in the town of Genoa, borders Cayuga Lake. Most of the housing stock in Genoa is circa 1840. They have great character, including colonials, Greek Revivals and classic farm houses. Almost all the homes on Route 90 have municipal water services and cable with internet. Genoa is an easy commute to Ithaca, Auburn and Cortland.

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