170 Seventh Lake Road, Inlet, NY
Set on over 5 acres with 120 feet of quiet lakefront, sits this quintessentially Adirondack log camp with rustic character from the Gilded Age. Nestled among the mature pines and birch, this 3-season summer home overlooks beautiful Seventh Lake and Sleeping Man Mountain in the town of Inlet, NY. The simple lifestyle of yesteryear has been preserved throughout in this uniquely tranquil setting, and artistically designed camp.
Located just outside the 5-acre property are the foot trails to Black Bear Mountain, Arnolds Point, Bug Lake and 8th Lake campground. There are activities abounding for the outdoor enthusiast, from area hiking, canoeing, boating and fishing, to horseback riding, birding, hunting, and exploring the quaint towns and shops of the Central Adirondack Park region. The camp is accessed by a well-maintained private road on the north shore of private Seventh Lake, a lake where the majority of the shoreline is state forever wild land to never be developed, keeping this lake quiet, private and less congested with boaters compared to other area lakes.
Built in 1908 and occupied by the current owners since 1940, this camp has been well attended and loved throughout the generations. This is evident in the attention to detail, the steady attention to maintenance, and the manner in which the current owners would prefer to convey this wonderful property to its next custodian.
There are also 2 guest cabins on the property, one right on the water, and one slightly above this further up the gradual hill. There is also an attic playroom making this ideal for a large family or even a partnership of families as a retreat. An established rental history exists at the property, and an ability to increase the annual rental income to offset the carrying costs when not using the camp if so desired. There is a single-slip boathouse with a stationary, floating dock where the mail is delivered by boat, harkening to an earlier era and welcomed by many on this part of the lake.
You can relax and unwind in the screened-in lean-to in the rock-lined cove, and watch the mallards gather by day and listen to the loons at night. Children and adults alike can enjoy a game of croquet or volleyball on the grassy yard along the water’s edge, take a dip in the clear waters, or sunbathe on the large open deck on the floating dock. The wide and welcoming front porch is a gathering place for viewing the beauty and splendor that only the Adirondacks can afford.
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The feeling you get when you arrive on this property is one that immediately creates a sense of calm and longing for the simpler way of life so rarely achieved in today’s world. To learn more about how this unique lakefront camp could be your new retreat and to schedule a tour, please contact The Keir Weimer Team today.