Discover the hidden side of the Adirondacks, where there is no shortage of spectacular mountain vistas, pristine nature and picturesque towns...one of those being the lesser-traveled-to Tupper Lake. This small-town gem boasts some of the darkest skies due to no light pollution in the Northeast, making it perfect for stargazing. Year-round activities for those who love adventuring in the great outdoors abound - in the Winter season, gaze into the star-studded cosmos by night or perhaps embark on a lantern-lit sleigh ride; ski Whiteface Mountain the home of the 1980 Winter Olympics, ski the local cross country trails, go snowmobiling or snowshoeing by day. If you're visiting during the other seasons, explore the miles of hiking trails offering countless routes through unforgettable scenery and endless views of the Adirondacks; go canoeing or kayaking on the Lake or test your luck fishing. For foodies, there's also no shortage of farm-to-table seasonal culinary offerings, fantastic local restaurants and artisan breweries to tap into. The perfect educational day-outing for families includes a visit to The Wild Center with its suspended tree-canopy walkway and the Adirondack Sky Center & Observatory. Stroll through the Tupper Art Center to view the creative works by local artists; or visit the Six Nations Indian Museum. With over six million acres in the Adirondack Park, there are many amazing things to encounter, Tupper Lake makes for the ideal escape to start an adventure!
Tucked away along the scenic calm waters of Tupper Lake, guests can dwell within a marvelous wooded lodge-residence retreat that is set on 14-acres of secluded property and its very own 2500-ft of waterfront. The property's spacious interior encompasses three levels of multiple gathering and entertaining areas, making it the perfect vacation residence for a large family and friends group. Custom built with architectural natural elements of stone and wood, this lake house showcases beautiful interior and exterior spaces, and meticulously decorated with fine furnishings throughout. Gather around in the Great Room with its vaulted high ceilings and stone fireplace, while marveling at the lovely lake views from either inside or out on the expansive wooden deck. Enjoy cooking and entertaining in the fully-equipped Chef's Kitchen (there's even a separate prep area with additional refrigerator and freezer); dine around together for family meals in the Dining Room or out on the screened-in dining lounge and deck area; sip crafted cocktails in the clubby ambiance of the handsome bar or escape into the wine room. Slumber in any of the wonderful Ralph-Lauren inspired seven bedrooms, each uniquely decorated with Americana luxury furnishings, posh bedding and linens; even the nine spacious bathrooms evoke an outdoorsy-wooded retreat ambiance and decor, with lovely tubs and showers.
Wander into the backyard to find an oasis of serenity, provided by the Lake views, small sandy cove beach for swimming, Adirondack seating and deck space with chaise recliners. Swimming is allowed on the beach and off the dock-pier. Guests have access to canoe, kayaks and stand-up paddle-boards, including a water trampoline (depending on time of year). When visiting during the winter season, guests can enjoy ice skating on the lake in the front yard. Boats are available nearby for rent for exploring the lake and fishing outings.
Private Residence with 3 levels
7 bedrooms, 9 baths, 10700 square feet, 995 square meters
King, King, King, Queen + Twin, Queen + Twin, Queen, and Other
24 guests maximum
Saranac Lake, NY (SLK) 30 minutes by car
Plattsburgh International Airport (PBG) 80 minutes by car
The lake, mountains, islands
No Pets Allowed
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Activities of Interest
- Snow Skiing
- Ski jumps
- Mountain coaster
- Lake placid
- Local breweries
Places of Interest
- Lake Placid Olympic village
- Whiteface Ski Area
- The Wild Center and Wild Walk