Amish furniture stores in the Rochester, New York Area

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Rochester is not Lancaster, but it does have something in common with the famous Pennsylvania county.  The upstate NY city lies close to numerous Amish communities, and also has a fair share of Amish furniture businesses located in the city itself or in neighboring towns.

Residents of Rochester and nearby suburbs and towns including Webster, Irondequoit, Brighton, Penfield, Henrietta, North Chili, Spencerport, Hilton, Riga, and Brockport can find Amish furniture outlets in the vicinity.  Additionally, numerous Amish communities lie within a short drive of the Rochester area, offering possibilities for direct purchase.

Use the guide below to find retail Amish furniture stores in the Rochester area, as well as locations of Amish settlements near Rochester.

You can also visit the New York Amish furniture main page for other Amish furniture locations around the Empire State.

Rochester, NY Amish Furniture

Amish-owned businesses as a rule are closed on Sundays, though non-Amish owned furniture retailers may be open.  Call to verify information before traveling long distances.  Find furniture in other states with the Amish Furniture 50-state directory.

Jack Greco Custom Furniture
1611 Scottsville Road
Rochester, NY 14623
jackgreco.com
Local dealer which carries Amish furniture primarily made by craftsmen in Holmes and Wayne Counties in Ohio; does custom finishing. Also sells non-Amish furniture. Amish desks, bedroom furniture including dressers & nightstands, computer desks, beds, tables, kitchen islands, more.




Amish Exclusive
2045 Empire Bouevard
Rochester, NY 14580
(585) 670-0607
amishexclusive.com‎
Amish furniture retailer lying in Rochester proper selling custom-crafted furniture for the entire home.

Amish Pride Hardwood Furniture
5353 Ridge Road West
Spencerport, NY 14559
(585) 349-7788
Hours: Mon Closed; Tues-Sat 10 -5; Sun: 12-4
amishpride.com
Lying on the west end of the greater Rochester area.  This Amish furniture dealer carries a broad selection including beds, occasional tables, rockers, outdoor pieces, buffets, hutches, dining chairs & tables, entertainment centers, benches, stools, more.

Amish Outlet & Gift Shop
Furniture and Gift Showroom
3530 Union Street
North Chili, NY 14514
Located on the west side of greater Rochester, just off Highway 490.  Amish bedroom, living room, dining room furniture including beds, dining tables, chairs.  Crafted in multiple styles including the ever-popular Shaker and Mission. 

Amish Workshop‎
7936 Mill Street
Springwater, NY 14560-9727
(585) 669-9710 ‎
theamishworkshop.com‎
Furniture business lying about 45 minutes south of the Rochester area.  Sells Amish outdoor furniture, sheds, lawn decor, barns, home furniture. Two Empire State locations–Springwater and Big Flats.

Roses & Oak Ranch‎
4169 Ferguson Corners Road
Rushville, NY 14544-9624
(585) 554-5409

Gigglin’ Pig
3090 Main Street
Caledonia, New York 14423
800-649-2830
585-538-2830
Hours: Mon-Sat 9 – 5; Sun 12 – 5
gigglinpig.com
Business selling Amish woodcraft lying southwest of the city. Bedroom, dining room, children’s, office, living room, outdoor furniture. Also sells Amish-made pine furniture.

 Amish Communities near Rochester

Like the Empire State as a whole, western New York has been a hotspot for Amish migration, with around a dozen Amish communities within an hour’s drive of Rochester, many of them founded in the past few years.

Jasper NY Amish Business

Small, home-based businesses are popular among Amish in western NY. Photo: Tom the Backroads Traveller

Below are a few of the larger Amish settlements within the vicinity of Rochester. Since woodworking is such a popular occupation for the Amish, there is a good chance that these communities are home to numerous Amish furniture businesses.

While many Amish prefer to sell their goods wholesale only, some do provide retail buying.  If you’re looking for Amish furniture direct from the source, and have a little bit of time at your disposal, you might consider leaving the Rochester area for a day and visiting one of these communities.  Amish businesses can often be found by following signs commonly situated by the roadside or by inquiring locally.

Romulus/Ovid (Seneca County): Lying about an hour’s drive from the Rochester area, the community of Romulus and Ovid is situated between two of the Finger Lakes (Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake).  This community of 4 church districts numbers around 500 Amish residents.

Steuben County communities:  Around an hour south of Rochester lies Steuben County, which as of 2013 was home to 4 Amish communities.  The oldest lies at Prattsburgh, though the largest in the county is the Woodhull/Jasper area community.

Romulus NY Amish Settlement

In the Romulus/Ovid Amish community. Photo by Tom the Backroads Traveller

The Woodhull/Jasper area is home to a traditional Amish group infamously visited by a road tragedy in which parents of 12 were among those killed when a drunken driver struck a van carrying a group of Amish people.

The community is a sizeable one, and at fourth-largest in the state, is home to around 200 Amish households (businesses in the community include this Amish-owned bulk foods store).  Other Steuben County communities include those in the area of Addison, and Pulteney/Hammondsport.

Clyde (Seneca and Wayne Counties):  One of the closest communities to Rochester is found in the area of Clyde, lying about 45 minutes east of Webster.  Founded in the late 1990s, this settlement had grown to 3 congregations (80-100 households) by 2013.

Conewango Valley (Cattaraugus County): More distant from the others listed here, the Conewango Valley community makes the list as it is the oldest and largest Amish community in the state, having been founded in 1949.  Around 2,000 Amish reside in the Conewango Valley community, which is home to numerous Amish businesses including furniture makers.  About 2 hours from the Rochester area.
Amish outdoor furniture photo: Tom the Backroads Traveller


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