While I am not a 'Real Estate Pro', I am a life long resident of the Rochester area. My advice to you is this: first decide what the most important items are in terms of the type of area you would like to reside in. While the qualities of your house are important, the town that you choose is more so. This will be the community that your children grow up in, the school district that they will attend, and the neighborhood that you will come home to everynight, so you will want to make sure that these factors are taken into consideration. There are many suburbs of Rochester, NY. Most are wonderful, but some border the city, and it is apparent. While you may love your house, you could hate your neighborhood, regret buying, and end up wasting alot of money to move somewhere else. My final opinion... rent a nice townhome for a year in a suburb of interest, get to know the area, and explore other suburbs at your leisure to make a decision you and your family will be happy with for years and years.