This rustic hilltop mountain home overlooking the smokey mountains is a true example of the old camps found in upstate New York. Executed in authentic Adirondack style, the home is grand and serves as a retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life.
The red windows, stained cedar entrance and the subtle green siding blend effortlessly with the mountain top vista at 4000 feet. Snow falls early at this altitude and the building of the home took over two years to complete due to lack of accessibility. It was worth the wait as the time was taken to plan every detail of the home in the true spirit of the great camps built in the late 1800's.
The gated community boasts the multiple compounds that were prevalent in upstate New York and provides fishing, boating, hiking, and a lodge for large events. The home is built for entertaining and was designed to sleep 12 comfortably. Perhaps not as grand as the camps that were eventually owned by the Vanderbuilts' and Rockefellers' the home nonetheless is luxuriously appointed while still providing the homeyness of a rustic retreat. Antiques, custom made furniture from New York artisans as well as fine crafted new furnishings compliment the style .