Clyde is a village in Wayne County, New York. It was named after the River Clyde, in Scotland, and the village sits on the Clyde River, a tributary of the Seneca River.
Many of the people in Clyde have been residents for a long time; come and see for yourself why they choose to stay for so long.
With an average listing price of $48,875, home prices in Clyde dropped by 1.4 percent this year, but the marginal decline did little to the overall market. Avoid the mess and congestion of the city and relax in the small town atmosphere of this village. Residents who have young children or animals will be happy to know that many of the homes around here have beautiful and low-maintenance hardwood floors.