If you are looking for a secluded quiet mountain retreat this is your spot. The home, on Eagle Lake, sits on 11 acres of land and has been in the family since the late 1800's. The original home built in 1891 was replaced with a modern camp/cabin in the 1960's and has been recently updated.
The views and sunsets are breathtaking! Spend a day at historic Fort Ticonderoga and learn about the important role it played during colonial times.
If you love to kayak, hike, swim or sail, Eagle Lake is the place to be. Quick access to the lakefront is by steps or a path. (both somewhat steep)
A day trip to Burlington Vermont to visit the Shelburne Museum or lunch and shopping in Lake Placid are always a treat. Montreal is 2-4 hours way by car or train--Amtrak has a stop in Ticonderoga. The Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake is a must see as well.
A renovated kitchen, a large master bedroom and a great deck are just a few highlights. The downstairs also has 2 comfortable queen futons which are perfect for unexpected guests. Summer is lovely on the lake but don't miss out on the fall foliage--- see the beautiful autumn colors while cruising Lake Champlain on the Carillon, a 60 ft lake boat.
MINIMUM STAY IS ONE WEEK. June 15 - Sep 20 only.
Partial weeks ( or long weekends) are sometimes available from Sept 20 - October 20 ; however, an additional cleaning fee of $200. is also charged.