Central Illinois' Newest Manmade Lake for Boating & Living

Just 90 minutes from Chicagoland, this residential and recreational 300 acre lake is making a splash in 2008

Chatsworth, IL, March 22, 2007 --(PR.com)-- In an county where the average farm is 479 acres, Chatsworth, Illinois welcomes a new friend.  Lake Oliver will be a 300 acre boating lake with over 800 properties.  Currently a valley formed by a glacial lake washout over 15,000 years ago, Lake Oliver will range in depth from 14 foot to 40 foot deep and will feature a 2 1/2 mile water ski run.

Whether you choose to live on the gated island, the lake, or the 3000 linear foot, lighted airstrip, Lake Oliver will take your breath away.  Proposed ammenities also include a marina, stores, restaurant, community center, assisted living facility, and miles of trails.

As for the area, Livingston County is rated 20th in the nation for rural places by Progressive Farmer magazine.

Chicagoland enthusiasts will revel that the lake can be reached in 90 minutes by I55, I57 or via 5 trains to Pontiac, Illinois.

Lake Oliver's forthcoming website is www.lakeoliverhomes.com.

They can be reached by email at lakehousejerry@mchsi.com.

Lake Oliver
Jerry Grodesky
630 533 7600