Real Estate Auction Lakehouse Lake Placid New York

Real Estate Auction

Nominal Opening Bid: $250,000

616 Mt. Whitney Way, Lake Placid, NY
4BR 5.5BA 1,970sf+/-
Sells: 2:00PM Sat., Aug. 10 on site

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NYBroker: Dean C. Williams Re Lic 32WI0834875; Williams & Williams ReLic 109911428

Sunset Bluff is a private, road access waterfront Camp located on Lake Placid in the Adirondack Region of Northern New York. The Camp’s main home and guest house are perched on a hillside with extensive gardens, outdoor fireplace, dining deck, hot tub and numerous secluded areas for relaxing. The covered 2-slip boat house, located below the main home on the water, is a rare find un-reproducible under current regulations. Located on 1.96+/- acres, the camp has 160’+/- of shoreline.

The property will convey with some furnishings. The art will not convey. The owner of this waterfront estate chose to auction this property and enjoy the certainty of a time-definite sale.

The 3,500+/- sf home is built of cedar and has a main level living room with a cathedral ceiling, fireplace and floor to ceiling windows that provide spectacular views of the lake, mountain and surrounding forest. The room is open to both the kitchen and dining area. The master bedroom, with an en-suite bathroom, is also located on the main floor. A loft area accessed from the living room has a half bathroom. The lower level has a den/bonus room with wet bar and 2 bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom. There is a second full bathroom in the hallway. The home has a wraparound deck on the main level and a patio on the lower level with a fireplace and seating for 18.

The Adirondack Region is located in Northern New York State. The region is made up of seven different areas – Adirondack Coast Plattsburgh, Adirondack Lakes, Adirondack Seaway, Adirondack Wild, Adirondacks Tug Hill, Lake George and Lake Placid. The Adirondack Forest Preserve, at 6 million acres, is the largest park in the nation outside of Alaska.

The region is known for its outdoor recreational opportunities. Residences and guests enjoy canoeing and kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, swimming, boating and fishing along with numerous other adventures. Many choose to relax and enjoy the views of lakes, forest and mountains. Fall in the Adirondacks is especially memorable as the woods explode into seas of color.