OWN A CAZENOVIA HOME – A COMMUNITY ON CAZENOVIA LAKE
You will love the old charm and the peaceful outdoors of owning a Cazenovia home. The village was incorporated in 1810 and was the first county seat (until 1817). The village is steeped in tradition and charm with a nuber of shops and restaurants to suit everyones needs. Cazenovia Lake features a public access area, a marina, and loads of beautiful homes in the village and on and around the lake.
Here is what you will find when you own, or visit, a Cazenovia home. Cazenovia is a village which is located in the town of Cazenovia in Madison County (New York), east of Syracuse. Known for Cazenovia College, it is located on US Route 20. Dating back, Cazenovia was established by John Lincklaen in 1794. He purchased the town under the name Holland Land Company and built the Presbyterian Church. Later, the town was named after an agent of the company Theophilus Cazenove.
Cazenovia has a public library that is a part of larger library system called the Mid York. It also consists of an art gallery for local artists, a museum with mummy and a local history display area. The library holds a community room, a smaller board room and a story hour room.
Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce is committed to the maintenance and advancement of a good economic environment, thereby, enhancing the overall quality of life of the greater Cazenovia people. It gives priority to the prosperity of the business community, as a whole. In 2005, the Cazenovia high school Academic Decathlon Team won the school’s first state title and went on to the National competition in Chicago. It also retained its title the following four years.
Many newspapers and magazines are accessible to the people of Cazenovia. The village is well connected to the outer world through licensed television station and radio stations, 2 matching cable communities and 5 reported broad band providers. There are a variety of golf courses, snow mobile trails, fishing hot spots, and hunting throughout Madison County. The median income for a household in Cazenovia village, New York is about 43 thousand dollars. The per capita income for the village is about 23 thousand dollars.
The community developed as an affluent commuter suburb after the Second World War. One of the well known residents of this Cazenovia is Leland Stanford, California governor and founder of Stanford University.There are quite a few local festivals held here, winter festival is celebrated during February and Jazz in Caz during September. Chittenango state historic park and Lincklaen House are some of the parks that are nearby Cazenovia village.
For travelers, there are many accommodations in Cazenovia such as Notleymere Cottage, Deer Hill Bed & Breakfast, Lincklaen House, Cazenovia Motel, Stone Cottage by the Lake, and more.