The 20,000-square-foot gated estate spans more than six acres and boasts 545 feet of lakefront access.
Wikiosco – Lake George, New York
This ultra-luxurious estate on the shore of Lake George in the Southern Adirondacks was designed by renowned New York architects Ludlow and Peabody in 1895. The 20,000-square-foot Tudor Revival main house offers seven bedrooms, twelve bathrooms, and seven fireplaces across three floors. The gated estate also spans more than six acres and boasts 545 feet of lake-frontage, a dock with four slips, and two boathouses. Original carved oak doors and beams, as well as crown moldings and wainscoting, remain. The property also comes equipped with an elevator, 12-bay garage, 4,000+ bottle wine cellar, tennis court, exercise room, sauna, two-bedroom guest cottage, and 20-yard heated pool overlooking Lake George. Price: $12,900,000... Read More →
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Geoff Montes is an Editorial Intern at the National Trust. He enjoys Art Deco architecture, any activity that can be done at the beach, and cotton candy.