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G&I Homes of Brewerton has been proud to offer families like yours affordable manufactured and modular homes since 1985! We are committed to helping families find the perfect single wide, double wide or triple wide for their lifestyle. Whether you're looking for features like a farmhouse kitchen sink, large kitchen island, built-in storage options or walk-in closets, we're ready to get you the features you love in the home of your dreams. Our friendly and knowledgeable home consultants are excited to help you kick start your home buying journey, so come by to meet them and browse our selection of floor plans today!
From the fabulous breakfasts at Brewerton Diner to recreation at Oneida Lake, your whole family will love the small town feel of Brewerton! It's convenient location off I-81 at the west end of Oneida Lake near Youngs and Central Square lets you take advantage of Oneida Shores County Park. You can also enjoy all that the major city of Syracuse has to offer, just 20 minutes away while still calling charming Brewerton your home!
Many residents from Brewerton commute daily to Syracuse with major healthcare and higher education sectors located in Syracuse. Employers like Syracuse University, Syracuse VA Medical Center and Crouse Hospital all provide opportunities in Syracuse, but you'll also find opportunities with companies like National Grid, Time Warner Cable and Raymour & Flanigan! Students are provided with an excellent education from Central Square Central School District and can attend highly rated Brewerton Elementary and well-performing Paul V Moore High School. There are even a variety of higher education providers like St. Joseph's College of Nursing, Syracuse University and Onondaga Community College.