Comfortable lifestyle. Historic setting. In the heart of Chautauqua Institution.
The Englewood Treehouse
The Englewood TREEHOUSE is the entire 3rd floor of The Englewood House, a former 15 room 9 bathroom historic guest house. The building, newly renovated in 2018, now houses 6 beautiful modern apartments. The TREEHOUSE is the largest unit occupying the entire 3rd floor of the building. With 4 bedrooms and two full bathrooms, vaulted ceilings, skylight, dine-out porch, two large house- length porches with four porch accesses, fully equipped kitchen and Victorian revival decor.
Located in the heart of the historic Chautauqua Institution, a gated summer community and festival grounds. This community offers intellectual and entertainment programming with a focus on music, art, spirituality and dance during a 9-week season. Visit their website for more information on tickets/parking:
Only two doors from the Amphitheater, which hosts the majority of programming throughout the summer season, The Englewood House has been in operation as a boarding house since it’s founding in 1876.
This historic structure was converted into six new apartment spaces, while preserving the exterior of the historic Victorian house. The Treehouse is located on the 3rd floor (walk-up) and boast splendid views above the homes glimpsing the lake, the Amphitheater, and Bestor Plaza and Downtown Chautauqua. The living space features new appliances, A/C and ample porch spaces.
"This place embodies the life we wish we could always live.”
- Justice Sandra Day O’Connor
The Chautauqua Institution is a non-profit adult education center and summer resort located on 750 acres in Western New York, situated upper Chautauqua Lake. The Institution has operated each summer since 1874, offering quality educational programming during a 9-week season, featuring instruction and entertainment in the arts and religion, combined with recreation experiences.
The Institution includes a school of Special Studies as well as a professional residential music and dance program through admittance into the Chautauqua School of Fine and Performing Arts. The Chautauqua institute also boasts its very own world-renown seasonal symphony orchestra, theatre company, ballet and opera company. addition to theater, symphony, ballet and opera, recreational activities are also offered to the public during the season, including popular entertainment, visual arts exhibitions, lectures, children's camp, tennis, swimming, and golf. Chautauqua Institute is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and it was further designated a National Historic Landmark.