Get away from it all and enjoy the fruits of scenic Central New York! So much to do in the heart of the Finger Lakes Region from the Waterloo Outlets to Watkins Glen! Drive to wineries, breweries, restaurants, the new Del Lago Casino and shopping. Walk to Lodi State Park and bring your boat to the public boat launch free on weekdays. Take the canoe or kayaks for a ride on the lake.
Everything is new; entire house has been completely remodeled! Large private driveway (plenty of room to park your boat!) leads to a huge tree-lined yard; perfect for outdoor activities. Walk up to the open front porch over-looking scenic Seneca Lake boasting breathtaking sunsets. Step inside to the living/dining area.
Quaint screened in side porch enters into the kitchen. Each floor is a separate entity and has two fully equipped kitchens with granite countertops, comfortable, roomy living room with dining area (don't miss the over-sized reclining sofa!) electric heat fireplace, and large flat screen TV with cable along with free WIFI. 2 Bedrooms & 2 full bathrooms on each floor (Master bedroom with attached full bath on each floor). Each bedroom on the first floor has its own private entry. The upstairs floor has its own stairways great for couples or family that want some privacy. On off season inquire about renting half of the house.
Back outside, step down to your semi-private stone beach front with extended dock, picnic table and fire pit (chairs supplied!). Check out the unbelievable night sky with billions of bright stars, this is an experience you won't want to miss!
History of Lodi
The township of Lodi was created in 1826 from a portion of the township of Covert. The
Latin scholars who after the American Revolution surveyed the territory bordering on Seneca Lake named it Lodi after the Lodi in Italy which was a fortress with high banks. The bluff along Seneca Lake varies in Height from ten to fifty feet. The principal stream is Mill Creek which includes the 150 high cascade known as Silver Thread Falls. General Sullivan’s soldiers crossed Lodi in 1779 as part of the campaign to destroy Iroquois Indian settlements and aid to the British during the American Revolution. The first white settler in Lodi was Silas Halsey in the spring of 1792. He erected a cabin at Cooley’s Point (Lodi Landing). He built the first grist mill in 1794.