The Woodstock Preservation Association is pleased to announce that the Woodstock House on Main Street in Woodland Park will be on display again!
We are pleased to bring back the ‘Woody House’ to its former glory.
The Woodstock Home is the centerpiece of the Woodland Pavilion, which was built in 1884 and is a beautiful addition to the park’s cultural landscape.
The original Woodstock Mansion is located in a restored Victorian building on the east side of Main Street.
In the 1960s, a private group purchased the house and built a community garden and pavilion on the site.
The pavilion is currently on display in the New York State Historical Society’s Museum of Contemporary Art at Woodstock.
The original wooden house has been lovingly restored and is now open to the public for the first time in almost 60 years.
A large, outdoor terrace will be available for families and visitors to enjoy while enjoying the outdoor patio.
The renovated wooden house features modern kitchen, dining room, living room and living room terraces with built-in video game consoles and video cameras.
In addition, the house has a fully functional video game console room.
The renovation was inspired by the restoration of the old wooden house in the area, which is still a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike.
The wooden house is the first building to be restored since its construction in 1984, and is scheduled to be open to public visitors for the very first time on February 14.
The restoration of this landmark will include the addition of a full-sized outdoor terraces and an additional built-ins video game lounge.
A new entrance ramp will be added to the building to accommodate visitors arriving on foot or on the back of a motor scooter.
The new wooden house will also feature a new, expanded guest room with new furniture and appliances.
The remodeling of the wooden house comes at a time when Woodstock is celebrating its 100th anniversary.
The landmark has been a part of the local community for over 100 years and continues to attract visitors of all ages, skills, and backgrounds.
The restoration of a historic building will continue to be a unique experience for Woodstock residents and visitors alike.