This is a very unique 120 year old 'Wedding Cake Style' house with beautiful Lake George as your front yard.This charming waterfront house has 300 ft. of lakefront on over an acre of land on the quiet East side of Lake George in the Adirondack State Park. The home sits down below the quiet roadside,and sits only 15 ft. from the lake. The sounds of the water , the outstanding views and sunsets in a very secluded area makes for a perfect getaway.
The 'patchwork' wood interior of the house makes it a very warm and inviting place.It has 3 levels, the main floor has living and dining area, Kitcken ,1/2 bath, and laundry area with a full wrap-around porch, 2 entry ways and large windows with lake views, also a floor to ceiling stone fireplace. The second floor has 4 bedrooms and a full bathroom each with a full size bed and a dresser and windows with lake views. The Third floor has a 30ft. high ceiling with surrounding stained glass windows with 2 beds and dressers. Fans in every room
This house has a T-dock and a boathouse ,with successful fishing from both. Great swimming,waterskiing and tubing area with docking for a boat up to 24ft.
The atmospher of 'The Wedding Cake on the Lake' is very calming and relaxing. The house is furnished and the kitchen is fully equipped with microwave,coffee maker, toaster,pots pans,dishes,utensils,glasses and paper products. Towels and bedding provided .
Country stores , public launching and marina's minutes away.
This home is in a secluded area that is bordered by thousands of acres of 'forever wild' adirondack Forest Preserve. This home is perfect for people who like privacy while enjoying spectacular views of the lake surrounded by mountains. The village of Lake George is only 15 minutes away and offers many things to do such as shopping dinning, miniture golfing,golfing,trolley cars, amusement parks,waterslides, go-carts, Steamboat cruises, fireworks every Thursday night for the month of August.Hiking trails and much more.
It gets the name of 'Wedding cake on the Lake' for the 4 tier graduating shapes upon each other that resemble a weddinng cake. The only one built like it by hand in the late 1800's.