Scottsville is a village in southwestern Monroe County, New York, and is in the northeastern part of the Town of Wheatland. The village is named after an early settler, Isaac Scott.
Home values in Scottsville are decreasing heavily year-over-year. In this year, the average listing price has dropped a whopping 33.6 percent to reach $83,740. Last year, this locale featured 7 listings, and in this year, the number of homes for sale prominently increased to 9, a 28.6 percent escalation. A handful of properties in this locale feature kitchens with open floor plans which give you plenty of space and flexibility for entertaining your guests. The walk-in closets that feature in many residential properties here are a great addition for couples who often find themselves fighting over storage space. For those first homes and couples just starting out, the tried and true ranch-style homes in this area are a great way to build a life.