Beautiful Lake Front House on Lake Champlain
This large Adirondack house is located on a bluff above Lake Champlain and has wonderful views of Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains of Vermont to the east.
The house was built in 1916 as the summer home of Ethel Dupont Barksdale and was later operated as the Stable Inn.
The main house accommodates a maximum of 15 people, including children. The house has three floors. The first floor includes: a living room, a dining room, a family room, a sun room, a large kitchen/butler's pantry, a laundry room, a guest bathroom and a bedroom/bath suite. The second floor includes two one-bedroom suites and one two-bedroom suite. Each suite has its own full bathroom. There is also a bedroom with bunk beds. The third floor includes a dorm room with three beds and a bathroom.
There is also a two-story cottage on the property that can accommodate up to 7 people, including children, available for an additional rental fee. It includes a kitchen, living/dining room, and bathroom on the first floor and four small bedrooms and bath on the second floor. The cottage is available for rental in conjunction with the main house. Please note that the cottage is not available during the month of August.
In addition, there is a recreation building that includes a basketball court and a pool table.
Stone steps lead to the lakefront. At the lake there is a large shed with water sports equipment. There is a deck on the lake with a slide and ladder to the water. There is also a boat dock.