A Lake Placid Getaway For Politicians And Poets

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Now for $2.9 million, you can own one of Lake Placid, New York’s rarest treasures – Camp Cavendish! And it’s up for grabs just in time for the holidays. In fact, it is an idyllic place to visit year-round. From the perfect fall foliage for your Thanksgiving, to wintertime snow-capped peaks, and summers on the lake, nothing compares!

Storied Lake Placid History

The historic Adirondack Camp on Lake Placid has seen its fair share of famous faces. This includes poet, Robert Frost, and prominent politicians seeking an ultra-private escape. 

The Best Of Lake Placid And Olympic Village

And the views are some of the best around. The nine-bedroom, six-full-and-one-half-bathroom estate boasts one of the most desirable addresses on the lake. Each room is filled with natural light from windows meant for taking in the coveted Adirondack setting.

Even better, it sits within walking distance to the Olympic Village but with no village taxes! Here you can ski, hike, bike, boat, or simply stay in and get inspired. There’s plenty of surrounding beauty to enjoy, indoors and out.

Cushy Updates For Modern-Day

The main house is a sight to be seen. It has a great room with two stone fireplaces, all built in 1893. But the property has also seen several updates. These include a winterized three-bedroom guest house, built in 1985, and a 2000 addition. Of course, the custom historic charm remains. Outside is equally impressive with an expansive covered porch for parties that has been here for ages. 

Stunning Space To Store Your Boat

And the boathouse? It’s in pristine condition, offering cathedral ceilings, a bonus room, full bathroom, kitchenette, and three covered boat slips with a sundeck. All of this comes ideally sited on 3.9-waterfront-acres. Swim, boat, ski, and feast! This is a lake home to enjoy at every season. Now is your chance to 

Margie Philo with Adirondack Premier Properties Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices has listed 193 Ruisseaumont Way, Lake Placid, New York for $2.9 million.