One nice, big, friendly house on one lakeside acre for one group at a time. A 22-year history of good times. “Lake House” is right on Lake George and is open year round and pet friendly. It has five bedrooms and four full baths, a screened porch, and a pool table. The dining table seats ten easily. There is an extra-wide two-bay garage for parking and storing gear. At the waterfront is a boat house with docking for a boat and a deck with glorious views. The swimming is great. There are also a campfire ring and sandbox and playhouse for the kids. Best of all, perhaps, is its total privacy.
Woodland House is truly a dream of a house, situated on 49 wooded acres, for one group at a time. With four spacious bedrooms and four full baths, it sleeps ten comfortably. Everyone loves its bright woodwork interior, the well-equipped kitchen, and especially its total privacy. For fun there are a standard size Ping-Pong table and the stakes and the horseshoes for a game of horseshoes. The private hiking trail out back guides you past tall cliffs, rock ledges, a deep gorge, and small streams and, at the trail's end, to fine views of the lake. Open year round, Woodland House (formerly called Lake George House) welcomes pets and provides reliable Internet service.
Melissa and her family lived in Lake House for a number of years, taking in Lake George’s exquisite beauty and taking advantage of the fine boating, swimming, and hiking available. As their family needs evolved the house grew to accommodate them. Now Melissa lives two miles away in a house on Smith Brook in Diamond Point. She is passionate about protecting the lake’s complex ecosystem so generations to come will be able to enjoy it as much as she does. A recent reviewer called her "a very accommodating host, excellent with communi-cation and planning."
Beautiful, Clean, and Natural
Whatever the season… Lake George is wonderful. Throughout the day, the sun, waves, shadows, and colors change again and again from one beautiful image to the next.
Set in the Adirondack mountains, this natural glacial lake with its deep, crystal clear water is surrounded by mountains and preserved and protected by the Lake George Park Commission. In many ways, it is unchanged from the time when the battles of the American Revolution were fought on its shores.
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