Adirondack Waterfront Real Estate
Hoel Pond in the St Regis Canoe Area

Back Bay on Upper Saranac Lake

An original lodge designed in 1930 by architect William Distin who was responsible for many notable works in the Adirondack style. This property was an integral part of the historically significant Saranac Inn which operated on the shores on Upper Saranac Lake for nearly a century. This magnificent lodge is a standalone lakefront residence facing  western exposure, with 150 feet of private sandy shoreline on a level maturely wooded site of one acre. The handsome 3000 square foot lodge is constructed in the craftsman style, it has five working fireplaces, high ceilings, covered porches, deep gables and widely overhanging roof lines. There are 6 bedrooms and 4 full bathrooms.  The boathouse has two wet slips and a large viewing deck on its roof for sitting lakeside and enjoying the views.  This protected bay provides great harbor for boats, sailing wide expanses of lake are only moments away.  The level property is dominated by the massive 100 year old trees. Access to the Saranac Inn Golf Course, miles of excellent bike riding, paddling in the St. Regis Canoe area, are just a few of the wonderful attributes of this location.




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