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Woodcote

2114 Lowell Park Rd.
Dixon, IL 61021
Lee County
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 A stone and timber cottage in historic Lowell Park, Dixon, Illinois. Designed by Arthur C. Comey, a graduate cum laude of Harvard and recommended by famous Boston landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. Woodcote was constructed with native limestone quarried on site in beautiful Lowell Park in 1909.

A SPECIAL PLACE FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS
Today, Woodcote offers a quiet atmosphere with privacy for any occasion such as:

  • Art or Antique Shows
  • Bird and Wildlife Watching
  • Boating Parties
  • Bridal or Baby Showers
  • Business and Organization Meetings
  • Church Activities
  • Corporate Retreats
  • Family Reunions
  • Garden Shows
  • Graduation Parties
  • Private and Theme Parties
  • Weddings and Receptions

 The Living Room, with its elegant library paneling and huge stone fireplace, is air conditioned.

The Great Room, highlighted with three walls of windows and an immense stone fireplace, provides a sense of being outdoors while enjoying air-conditioned comfort. Banquet tables and chairs are available.

The kitchen is equipped with an electric range/oven, two refrigerator/freezers, microwave oven, coffee maker, and pots and pans. Service for 25 includes dishes, glassware, and flatware.

An ADA restroom is located adjacent to the Great Room and the Living Room on the main floor. Two additional restrooms are located upstairs.

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  • Availabilty of 6 bedrooms for overnight accomodations.
  • Two front porches.
  • Access to 200 acres of park.
  • Boat docks and ramps.
  • Trash service included.

Additional Info

Address:
2114 Lowell Park Rd.
City:
Dixon
State:
IL
Zipcode:
61021
Phone:
815-284-3306

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