Old Forge House Rental Photos and Description
6 BR's, 2.5 Bath, family room, new gourmet kitchen, private dock, Sleeps 12
'Little Naumkeag', our 95-year-old single family owned camp, is all done in varnished southern pine. It has six bedrooms, formal living and dining rooms, family room with tv, dvd player, cable, wireless internet, 2 fireplaces, 2 & 1/2 baths, washer/dryer. And just completed in 2013-- a open plan gourmet kitchen.
Out front a covered front porch and plenty of lawn furniture make entertaining and relaxing easy. This is an old fashioned Adirondack experience not generic condo modern.
6 bedrooms as follows:
* large master with king and private sink.
* large downstairs br w/queen & private bathroom.
* room with double bed.
* room with two twins.
* room with single bed.
* downstairs room with queen bed.
* family-room also has two couch beds.
The house looks over 4th lake of the famous Fulton Chain of lakes. A private path leads down to our dock right on the water. Dock can accommodate a boat up to 18 feet. Several canoes are part of the rental.
4th lake is about 1 mile across at our dock, seven miles long. Excellent for swimming, water skiing, boating, sailing and fishing.
THANKS FOR LOOKING AND PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL OF JULY BOOKED, LATE AUGUST WEEKS STILL AVAILABLE! THIS IS A SUMMER/FALL PROPERTY ONLY.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- pets considered
Our family has owned 'Little Naumkeag' since it was built for our Grandparents by famed local Adirondack builder, Evert Lewis in 1927. Enjoyed by four generations, and counting, our camp reflects who we are; people who don't mind new things, but also appreciate a bit of history in our surroundings.
Little Naumkeag is a family camp with years of character. If generic condo style is what you're looking for then our home may not be for you. A place that has always been about kids (and sometimes dogs) the house has plenty of rainy day old books, vintage board games, decks of cards-- plus cable, wireless internet and 100's of dvd's. When weather is fine there's badminton, croquet, bikes and more.
The house is large enough to have several families share the place, but not too big as to be expensive, beyond reach, or comfortable for more intimate get-a-ways.