Take a look inside this Brewster Point Adirondack Grand Lodge. This cabin on Lake Placid Lake, New York is an architectural masterpiece that comprises over 7,000 square feet of living space in the main house. You’ll love the unsurpassed craftsmanship with multiple stone fireplaces and specialty custom log work. the stunning cabin lodge has 7 bedrooms, 7.5 baths with a dramatic two-story great room, 2-story elevator, leisure bar, and family room plus a chef’s kitchen and adjoining screened dining porch. Additional amenities at the cabin include a guest house, a beautiful 5 slip boathouse with an entertainment area above, an in-ground pool, and a large multi-vehicle garage.
The log cabin is situated in a 23-acre park-like setting, comprised of multiple lots, with over 2,500 feet of shoreline. The property has the opportunity for the construction of additional structures. One of the largest and most dramatic properties in the Lake Placid region. You’ll be inspired by all this log cabin has to offer. The beautiful region of Upstate New York has plenty to offer in the Adirondack region. The huge Ausable Chasm and views of the Adirondack mountains are just a couple of things to enjoy. One of the coolest parts of the Adirondacks is sure to be finding all the cool things to do in Lake Placid New York. From the epic views to adrenaline-pumping thrill rides, you’ll not want to leave Lake Placid, New York.
Lake Placid New York is a booming area, especially during the summer months. For a tiny village of only 2,500 people, during the summer, it seems a lot bigger. Even when combined with the nearby town of Saranac Lake, the year-round population doesn’t reach 10,000. Thanks to the stunning natural scenery of the Adirondacks, tourism in Lake Placid has been booming for over a century. You can’t talk about Lake Placid without talking about sports. Everywhere you go in Lake Placid, people are sure to be either running, cycling, climbing, or hiking. This active lifestyle has occurred over the last 100 years. Lake Placid was home to not one, but two Olympic games, the first in 1932, and the latest in 1980. One fun thing to do before you visit Lake Placid is to pick up some vintage Lake Placid Olympic shirts for exploring the sites.
Today it’s possible for visitors to the area to take a stroll (or a bobsled run) down memory lane when they visit Lake Placid. Since 1981, the area has been working to carry on the legacy of the great winter sports capital by keeping the Olympic sites alive and open for tourism. Five attractions are available for tourists to explore, from the bobsled run which is open to guests, to the skiing and snowboarding on the slopes of Whiteface Mountain. You can also try out the cross-country skiing routes at Mount Van Hoevenberg, or try the new high-speed gondola at the Olympic Jumping Complex. Overlooking Lake Placid is one of the tallest peaks in New York State, and one of its most prominent ski destinations in Whiteface Mountain. Whiteface Mountain is where outdoor enthusiasts can go when they need a challenge.
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