Historic Bethany Town Hall

On the market: A rare, historic property in a bucolic rural setting


The former Bethany Town Hall is located in a bucolic rural setting in Genesee County. This location offers a serene escape from the hustle and bustle with easy access to urban centers. It’s just 15 minutes to Batavia or LeRoy and 45 minutes from Rochester or Buffalo.


This 1832 Greek Revival is solidly built and features loads of historic details and charm. Hardwood floors, original wood doors, wainscoting, and light fixtures throughout. Approximately 5,000 square feet on two floors includes plenty of open space—perfect for a loft style residence or artist’s studio. Spaces include meeting hall, restrooms and kitchen on first floor and auditorium, stage, dressing rooms and offices on second floor.

The Old Bethany Town Hall has been the center of community life for generations. It has functioned as a church, an academy, the Town Hall, and a grange hall. The history and character of this building can be yours!

Date of Construction: 1832
Address: 10510 Bethany Center Road, East Bethany, NY  14054
List price: $39,900
Style: Greek Revival
Property Type: Residential, Performance, Professional Office Space


  • 2 stories
  • Approx 5,000 SF
  • Hardwood floors
  • Original wood doors and hardware
  • Open meeting hall on first floor.
  • Stage on 2nd floor

The Landmark Society of Western New York is working with the Town of Bethany to market this unique historic property to a new owner who appreciates the building’s historic character. Contact Caitlin Meives, Preservation Planner at The Landmark Society for more information.